SquirrelMail Plugin: Show User and IP

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
This is a simple plugin that, when installed, shows the username and/or IP address and/or hostname of the user under the folder list. Also, shows the last login date, last login IP address and last login hostname (if possible) under the MOTD for once. It also has a .pot file for localisation. You can find the latest Show User and IP files and translations on http://blog.keremerkan.net Download...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Show Thumbnails

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This plugin shows thumbnails of images when you read a message, the thumbnail is placed in the attachments list next to the download link. It works with many image formats: gif, bmp, png, jpeg. Latest version 1.05 works with released squirrelmail version 1.5.1.

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SquirrelMail Plugin: Show SSL Link

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This will place a link on the login.php page if the browser url is not https://. Very simple and gives the end-user a chance to login in with https Make sure to download the Compatibility plugin in order for Show SSL Link to function correctly. Download...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Show Headers

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Instead of having to always click 'View Headers', this plugin will allow you to see certain headers while you are viewing the message. Header names as well as PERL regular expressions can be used.

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SquirrelMail Plugin: Shared Todo Lists

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The plugin allows creation and maintenance of personal, public and shared todo lists between users of SquirrelMail. Todo list features: - set start date, title, description, duration, owner, priority. - assign tasks to other persons. - public lists with read-write access for all. - shared lists with user-defined access per user. - personal lists with user-defined access per user. - todays task at a glance across multiple todo...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Shared Folders (ACLs)

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This plugin provides Squirrelmail with the functionality of Access Control Lists (ACLs) aka Permissions per User, that is available in many modern IMAP servers, the most popular open-source one being Cyrus IMAP. ACLs allow you to declare such things as: "I Allow user bar to view the contents of my folder INBOX.Work." "I Allow users bar and taz to write (append) to the contents of the folder INBOX.OurSharedFolder." "I Allow user bar...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Shared Calendars

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This plugin implements fully iCal-compliant calendaring functionality for SquirrelMail. Multiple calendars may be created, where each calendar can be made public, private, or shared between custom-defined groups of users. User access to public and shared calendars may be given as read-only or read/write. Calendar administrators can be defined as "limited", so that they may only manage their own calendars, or as super-adminstrators, who...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Server Side Filter

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
This plugin is intended to replace the existing ProcFilter plugin and the existing Server Side Filters plugin. It is based largely off of the ProcFilter plugin with the backend rewritten to support many different configurations. Supports Virtual domains, Maildir and MBOX mailboxes, procmail and maildrop, and Spamassassin filtering. Download...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Server Settings Backend

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
This plugin provides a highly configurable way for other plugins to retrieve and store settings outside of SquirrelMail. Values stored in a SQL database, in LDAP, on a server accessed by FTP, or on the local file system (usually accessed via a set-uid wrapper that allows read and write access to files not owned or normally accessible by the web server) are all supported. Even the credentials used for accessing the settings (for example, the FTP...

SquirrelMail Plugin: Server Settings

Published › November 30, 2011 // 0 Comments
This plugin provides a front end to the configuration options for any system running outside of SquirrelMail. This can include anti-spam software such as SpamAssassin, or even ANY unrelated software that users should be able to configure using the SquirrelMail interface. It is tightly coupled with the Server Settings Backend plugin so that it can offer user control over settings that are stored in a variety of backends. Settings stored inside...

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