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Improve Squirrelmail compatibility with Mail in Server
Authored by: etresoft on Dec 20, '07 11:28:46AM
I hope that isn't the hacked version of SquirrelMail

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Improve Squirrelmail compatibility with Mail in Server
Authored by: jelockwood on Dec 20, '07 11:41:37AM

No, I am the poster of this hint and I am using the standard Squirrelmail included with Mac OS X 10.4.x server.

By the way, the post was edited compared to what I originally submitted, so the structure Squirrelmail uses for the folders is not as obvious.

Squirrelmail defaults to

Inbox
..Sent
..Drafts
..Trash

that is the Sent, Drafts, and Trash folders are sub-folders of the Inbox. My tip alters this to match what Apple Mail (and the iPhone) default to along with the slightly different folder names Apple Mail uses. I have tested this with Apple Mail in both Tiger and Leopard and also on an iPhone.



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