how to config squirrel mail for mercury

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how to config squirrel mail for mercury

Postby @vijay@ » 11. September 2006 19:10

i installed xampp........i want to create a email server for sending free emails........how do i do it ......im using windows so i could not find any good applications..........is it possible to config squirrel mail to mercury.....

or is there any other way???

plzz explain in step by step

plzz help me im new to this stuff :oops:
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Re: how to config squirrel mail for mercury

Postby Izzy » 12. September 2006 00:06

@vijay@ wrote:i installed xampp........i want to create a email server for sending free emails........how do i do it ......im using windows so i could not find any good applications..........is it possible to config squirrel mail to mercury.....

or is there any other way???

plzz explain in step by step

plzz help me im new to this stuff :oops:

You can use RoundCube in place of Squirrel which is difficult to configure for the uninitiated:
http://www.roundcube.net/

There are many post on this forum on how-to configure MercuryMail. Once it is configured correctly you would add the details that RoundCube or Squirrel would require.

Google is also your friend in these matters. You will need to do some reading to try and understand what is required. When you have got things up and running and you have problems with the XAMPP implementation of these modules then post back and we can take this further.

Also you are not limited to using Mercury Mail, you could use any of a bunch of mail exchangers.
One that comes to mind is hMailServer a free, open source e-mail server for Microsoft Windows.
http://www.hmailserver.com/

Did you vote for a simpler E-mail module for XAMPP?
http://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?t=14494
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Postby @vijay@ » 12. September 2006 17:29

thanx ...... i tried hmail and it worked fine.....and its easy to config tooo :lol: :lol:
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