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Protonmail webclient
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Protonmail webclient
New open source webmail

https://github.com/ProtonMail/WebClient

Used at https://protonmail.com
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RE: Protonmail webclient
looks realy nice!
Is it suitable as replacement for roundcube?
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RE: Protonmail webclient
Didn't test it yet but look ok you have other webmail clients too like:

http://www.rainloop.net/
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RE: Protonmail webclient
I like the ProtonMail more.. just saying.. Tongue
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RE: Protonmail webclient
We may want to look into rainloop instead of roundcube. Rainloop uses the postfix mailboxes instead of its own DB.

Tested this because new mailboxes are no longer being created in my roundcube DB for some reason but the new mailboxes are working in rainloop.

This may be a better, quicker and easier alternative instead of having to use a pass-through to roundcube like we already do and have to worry about future updates breaking the roundcube DB.


Rainloop info:

Modest system requirements, decent performance, simple installation and upgrade,
no database required - all these make RainLoop Webmail a perfect choice for your email solution.


features
Modern user interface.
Complete support of IMAP and SMTP protocols including SSL and STARTTLS.
Sieve scripts (Filters and vacation message).
Minimalistic resources requirements.
Direct access to mail server is used (mails are not stored locally on web server).
Allows for adding multiple accounts to primary one, simultaneous access to different accounts in different browser tabs is supported. Additional identities.
Administrative panel for configuring main options.
Really simple installation and update (the product is updated from admin panel).
Integration with Facebook, Google, Twitter and Dropbox.
Managing folders list.
Simple look'n'feel customization.
Configurable multi-level caching system.
Extending functionality with plugins installed through admin panel.
Perfect rendering of complex HTML mails.
Drag'n'drop for mails and attachments.
Keyboard shortcuts support.
Autocompletion of e-mail addresses.
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RE: Protonmail webclient
Rainloop is AGPL V3

http://www.rainloop.net/licensing/

We can't integrate it in sentora. Those AGPL are a pain in the a$$.
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RE: Protonmail webclient
Ugh...you're right... Damn. That would be a perfect drop-in.
Guess I'll check out protomail more closely. Do you have to use their email?
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