Which web interface to choose for mail?

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    Tell me a good user-friendly web interface for mail? no matter what users eat me, I didn't really like roundcube
    Linux Vivian McIntyre, Jan 5, 2019

  • 6 Answers
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    RoundCube
    Anonymous

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    I really liked Rainloop www.rainloop.net

    Fast and simple.
    Anonymous

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    RC is a normal client, there are a bunch of plugins for it. Maybe there are topics, you need to search. The whole disadvantage of RC is that it does not support multiple accounts under one login. True, there is a paid plugin.


    P.S. Squirrel is even worse in terms of face.


    Maybe in iredmail the same RC will look different
    Anonymous

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    roundcube

    Also consider the option of transferring mail to yandex pdd

    There, too, the interface is not bad;).
    Eva Nash

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    There are a lot of themes (free) for a round cube. In particular, I dug a very nice interface for mobile phones.
    Adalyn Richardson

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    For myself, I run AfterLogic Webmail Lite: a beautiful, pleasant interface, intuitive, lightweight and easy to install.


    Check it out here: https://www.afterlogic.org/webmail-lite


    (P.S. for myself, I prefer a thick mail client like Thunderbird or Evolution, and web mail is like a reserve for working on someone else's computer)
    Anonymous

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