SquirrelMail Plugin: Startup Folder

Published › December 1, 2011 // 0 Comments
This plugin allows the user to change the mail folder that is displayed when first logging in. It also allows certain plugin pages to be displayed instead of a mail folder.

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SquirrelMail Plugin: Squirrel Logger

Published › December 1, 2011 // 0 Comments
This plugin implements logging functionality for your webmail interface. You can choose to log to a database, a file, your system log, or any combination thereof. You can also choose which kinds of events to log, including login events, logout events, login error events, all outgoing messages, possible outgoing spam messages, and other error events. Also included is monitoring functionality that will send alert emails to the administrator...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Spamrule (simple, flexible mail filter config)

Published › December 1, 2011 // 0 Comments
Spamrule gives users an Options page to configure their own set of spam filters based on maildrop or procmail filters provided by the site admin. The filters can be grouped however you like (e.g. "no filters", "loose filters", and "strict filters") so that users can just choose a group, or users can choose to select from any of the filters to create their own group if they like. There are also mechanisms to edit lists that the filters use --...

SquirrelMail Plugin: SpamAssassin+SQL

Published › December 1, 2011 // 0 Comments
The SASql SquirrelMail plugin lets users change a pre-defined set of SpamAssassin settings when those settings are stored in a SQL DB rather than a config file. The is very useful in a virtual user setting when the users don't have home directories or access to them. SUPPORTED SPAMASSASSIN SETTINGS [un]whitelist_from / [un]blacklist_from /...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Spamassassin SpamFilter (Frontend) v.2

Published › December 1, 2011 // 0 Comments
This is a web frontend to the "spamassassin" (http://spamassassin.org) filter program. Spamassassin gives the end user a bit more control over how they want their mail filtered. Since spamassassin is called via a .procmailrc file, the filtering is done when the email hits the server. Please be sure to check out the README for configuration. This is the beta of version 2.0 of the spamassassin plugin. It is not a finished product but should...

SquirrelMail Plugin: SpamAssassin Configuration

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
SAConf is a SquirrelMail plugin that allows users to configure the behavior of the SpamAssassin mail filter. Specifically SAConf can modify a user's spam threshold value, whitelist contents, and destination folder for spam. SAConf connects to the mail server via FTP and modifies the user's .procmailrc and .spamassassin/user_prefs files. FTP support in PHP is required to use SAConf. Download...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Spam Buttons

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
This plugin will place "Spam" and/or "Not Spam" buttons on the mailbox message list page as well as on a single message view page. The action associated with the buttons (as well as the button text) can be configured to suit most any spam reporting system. Reporting by email, reporting by executing a command on the server, reporting by moving (or copying) the message to a designated folder and reporting by calling a custom-defined PHP function...

SquirrelMail Plugin: smrestrict

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
When using a database for user preferences, this plugin will restrict allowed usernames to those listed in the database. If the userprefs database contains a record for user='allowed_username', prefkey='squirrelmail_login_enabled', prefval='Y' the user will be granted access. This is useful if you want to control access to Squirrelmail on a per-user basis. The system uses PearDB and the Squirrelmail DSN setting, so there is no configuration...

SquirrelMail Plugin: smrestradmin

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
This will add a little link on the login page for accessing the GUI interface in smrestrict. After entering the userprefs DSN username and password, you will be presented with a simple form for adding, enabling/disabling, and deleting the allowed users for Squirrelmail. Requires smrestrict. Questions can be directed to bentz[at]bentz[dot]no[dash]ip[dot]com. Download...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Small Calendar

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
This is a small calendar plugin that extends the std calendar by adding a small calendar to the left navbar. The days are links that bring up calendar day in right window. Note that if you use the Shared Calendar plugin, it already includes a Small Calendar (based on this plugin), so in that case, please DO NOT install this one. Download...

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