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CentOS 5 WebMail - SquirrelMail

ServerWorld 2016.06.09 09:18

CentOS 5 WebMail - SquirrelMail

 

Install SquirrelMail to build web-based mail transfer system like yahoo mail or hotmail. SMTP/IMAP server is needed to run in your LAN.

 www.srv.world- SquirrelMail Server

 mail.srv.world- SMTP/IMAP Server

 

 

1. Install and Configure SquirrelMail


[root@www ~]# yum -y install squirrelmail

[root@www ~]# cd /usr/share/squirrelmail/plugins/ 


[root@www plugins]# wget http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugins/compatibility-2.0.16-1.0.tar.gz 

[root@www plugins]# wget http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugins/empty_trash-1.4-1.2.2.tar.gz 

[root@www plugins]# wget http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugins/secure_login-1.4-1.2.8.tar.gz 


[root@www plugins]# tar zxvf compatibility-2.0.16-1.0.tar.gz 

[root@www plugins]# tar zxvf empty_trash-1.4-1.2.2.tar.gz 

[root@www plugins]# tar zxvf secure_login-1.4-1.2.8.tar.gz 


[root@www plugins]# rm -f *.tar.gz 

[root@www plugins]# cd 


[root@www ~]# /usr/share/squirrelmail/config/conf.pl   # run config script


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Main Menu --

1. Organization Preferences

2. Server Settings

3. Folder Defaults

4. General Options

5. Themes

6. Address Books

7. Message of the Day (MOTD)

8. Plugins

9. Database

10. Languages


D. Set pre-defined settings for specific IMAP servers

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 1  # select

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

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Organization Preferences

1. Organization Name: SquirrelMail

2. Organization Logo: ../images/sm_logo.png

3. Org. Logo Width/Height: (308/111)

4. Organization Title: SquirrelMail 

5. Signout Page :

6. Top Frame: _top

7. Provider link : http://squirrelmail.org/

8. Provider name: SquirrelMail


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 5  # change log-out page

When users click the Sign Out button they will be logged out and

then sent to signout_page. If signout_page is left empty,

(hit space and then return) they will be taken, as normal,

to the default and rather sparse SquirrelMail signout page.


[]: /webmail     # change log-out page


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

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Organization Preferences

1. Organization Name: SquirrelMail

2. Organization Logo: ../images/sm_logo.png

3. Org. Logo Width/Height: (308/111)

4. Organization Title: SquirrelMail 

5. Signout Page: /webmail

6. Top Frame: _top

7. Provider link: http://squirrelmail.org/

8. Provider name: SquirrelMail


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> r  # back to menu

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Main Menu --

1. Organization Preferences

2. Server Settings

3. Folder Defaults

4. General Options

5. Themes

6. Address Books

7. Message of the Day (MOTD)

8. Plugins

9. Database

10. Languages


D. Set pre-defined settings for specific IMAP servers

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 2  # select

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings

General

-------

1. Domain: localhost

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: Sendmail


A. Update IMAP Settings: localhost:143 (uw)

B. Change Sendmail Config: /usr/sbin/sendmail

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 1   # change to your domain name

The domain name is the suffix at the end of all email addresses. If

for example, your email address is jdoe.com, then your domain

would be example.com.


[localhost]: srv.world   # input your domain name

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings

General

-------

1. Domain: srv.world

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: Sendmail


A. Update IMAP Settings: localhost:143 (uw)

B. Change Sendmail Config: /usr/sbin/sendmail

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 3   # select

You now need to choose the method that you will use for sending

messages in SquirrelMail. You can either connect to an SMTP server

or use sendmail directly.

1. Sendmail

2. SMTP


Your choice [1/2] [1]: 2   # change to SMTP

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings

General

-------

1. Domain: srv.world

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


A. Update IMAP Settings: localhost:143 (uw)

B. Change Sendmail Config: localhost:25

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> A  # select

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings

General

-------

1. Domain: srv.world

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


IMAP Settings

--------------

4. IMAP Server: localhost

5. IMAP Port : 143

6. Authentication type: login

7. Secure IMAP (TLS): false

8. Server software: uw

9. Delimiter : /


B. Update SMTP Settings: localhost:25

H. Hide IMAP Server Settings

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 4  # select

This is the hostname where your IMAP server can be contacted.


[localhost]: mail.srv.world  # specify your IMAP server

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings

General

-------

1. Domain: srv.world

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


IMAP Settings

--------------

4. IMAP Server: mail.srv.world

5. IMAP Port : 143

6. Authentication type: login

7. Secure IMAP (TLS): false

8. Server software: uw

9. Delimiter : /


B. Update SMTP Settings: localhost:25

H. Hide IMAP Server Settings

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 8  # select

Each IMAP server has its own quirks. As much as we tried to stick

to standards, it doesn't help much if the IMAP server doesn't follow

the same principles. We have made some work-arounds for some of

these servers. If you would like to use them, please select your

IMAP server. If you do not wish to use these work-arounds, you can

set this to "other", and none will be used.

   bincimap= Binc IMAP server

   courier= Courier IMAP server

   cyrus= Cyrus IMAP server

   dovecot= Dovecot Secure IMAP server

   exchange= Microsoft Exchange IMAP server

   hmailserver= hMailServer

   macosx = Mac OS X Mailserver

   mercury32= Mercury/32

   uw = University of Washington's IMAP server

   gmail= IMAP access to Google mail (Gmail) accounts

   other= Not one of the above servers

[uw]: dovecot  # select Dovecot

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings


General

-------

1. Domain : srv.world

2. Invert Time : false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


IMAP Settings

--------------

4. IMAP Server: mail.srv.world

5. IMAP Port : 143

6. Authentication type: login

7. Secure IMAP (TLS): false

8. Server software: dovecot

9. Delimiter : /


B. Update SMTP Settings: localhost:25

H. Hide IMAP Server Settings

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 9  # select

This is the delimiter that your IMAP server uses to distinguish between

folders. For example, Cyrus uses '.' as the delimiter and a complete

folder would look like 'INBOX.Friends.Bob', while UW uses '/' and would

look like 'INBOX/Friends/Bob'. Normally this should be left at 'detect'

but if you are sure you know what delimiter your server uses, you can

specify it here.

To have it autodetect the delimiter, set it to 'detect'.


[/]: detect  # select detect

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings


General

-------

1. Domain: srv.world

2. Invert Time : false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


IMAP Settings

--------------

4. IMAP Server : mail.srv.world

5. IMAP Port : 143

6. Authentication type: login

7. Secure IMAP (TLS): false

8. Server software: dovecot

9. Delimiter: detect


B. Update SMTP Settings: localhost:25

H. Hide IMAP Server Settings

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> B  # select

SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings


General

-------

1. Domain : srv.world

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


SMTP Settings

-------------

4. SMTP Server: localhost

5. SMTP Port: 25

6. POP before SMTP: false

7. SMTP Authentication: none

8. Secure SMTP (TLS): false

9. Header encryption key:


A. Update IMAP Settings: mail.srv.world:143 (dovecot)

H. Hide SMTP Settings

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 4  # select

This is the hostname of your SMTP server.

[localhost]: mail.srv.world  # specify your SMTP server


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings


General

-------

1. Domain : srv.world

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


SMTP Settings

-------------

4. SMTP Server: mail.srv.world

5. SMTP Port: 25

6. POP before SMTP: false

7. SMTP Authentication: none

8. Secure SMTP (TLS): false

9. Header encryption key:


A. Update IMAP Settings: mail.srv.world:143 (dovecot)

H. Hide SMTP Settings

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 7  # select

If you have already set the hostname and port number, I can try to

automatically detect the mechanisms your SMTP server supports.

Auto-detection is *optional* - you can safely say "n" here.


Try to detect auth mechanisms? [y/N]: y  # yes (autodetect)

Trying to detect supported methods (SMTP)...

Testing none: SUPPORTED

Testing login: SUPPORTED

Testing CRAM-MD5: NOT SUPPORTED

Testing DIGEST-MD5: NOT SUPPORTED


What authentication mechanism do you want to use for SMTP connections?

none - Your SMTP server does not require authorization.

login - Plaintext. If you can do better, you probably should.

cram-md5 - Slightly better than plaintext.

digest-md5 - Privacy protection - better than cram-md5.


*** YOUR SMTP SERVER MUST SUPPORT THE MECHANISM YOU CHOOSE HERE ***

If you don't understand or are unsure, you probably want "none"


none, login, cram-md5, or digest-md5 [none]: login  # select login

SMTP authentication uses IMAP username and password by default.


Would you like to use other login and password for all SquirrelMail

SMTP connections? [y/N]: n


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Server Settings


General

-------

1. Domain : srv.world

2. Invert Time: false

3. Sendmail or SMTP: SMTP


SMTP Settings

-------------

4. SMTP Server: mail.srv.world

5. SMTP Port: 25

6. POP before SMTP: false

7. SMTP Authentication: login (with IMAP username and password)

8. Secure SMTP (TLS): false

9. Header encryption key:


A. Update IMAP Settings: mail.srv.world:143 (dovecot)

H. Hide SMTP Settings

R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> r  # back to menu


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Main Menu --

1. Organization Preferences

2. Server Settings

3. Folder Defaults

4. General Options

5. Themes

6. Address Books

7. Message of the Day (MOTD)

8. Plugins

9. Database

10. Languages


D. Set pre-defined settings for specific IMAP servers

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 10  # select


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Language preferences

1. Default Language: en_US

2. Default Charset: iso-8859-1

3. Enable lossy encoding: falsev


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 1  # select

SquirrelMail attempts to set the language in many ways. If it

can not figure it out in another way, it will default to this

language. Please use the code for the desired language.


[en_US]: ja_JP  # specify your language


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Language preferences

1. Default Language: ja_JP

2. Default Charset: iso-8859-1

3. Enable lossy encoding: false


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 2  # select

This option controls what character set is used when sending

mail and when sending HTML to the browser.

This option is used only when default language is 'en_US'.


[iso-8859-1]: iso-2022-jp  # specify your language


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Language preferences

1. Default Language: ja_JP

2. Default Charset: iso-2022-jp

3. Enable lossy encoding: false


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> r  # back to menu


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Main Menu --

1. Organization Preferences

2. Server Settings

3. Folder Defaults

4. General Options

5. Themes

6. Address Books

7. Message of the Day (MOTD)

8. Plugins

9. Database

10. Languages


D. Set pre-defined settings for specific IMAP servers

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 4  # select


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

General Options

1. Data Directory: /var/lib/squirrelmail/prefs/

2. Attachment Directory: /var/spool/squirrelmail/attach/

3. Directory Hash Level: 0

4. Default Left Size: 150

5. Usernames in Lowercase: false

6. Allow use of priority: true

7. Hide SM attributions: false

8. Allow use of receipts: true

9. Allow editing of identity: true


Allow editing of name: true

Remove username from header: false


10. Allow server thread sort: true

11. Allow server-side sorting: true

12. Allow server charset search: true

13. Enable UID support: true

14. PHP session name: SQMSESSID

15. Location base:


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 7  # select

Hide SM attributions (y/n) [n]: y  # Yes


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

General Options


1. Data Directory: /var/lib/squirrelmail/prefs/

2. Attachment Directory: /var/spool/squirrelmail/attach/

3. Directory Hash Level: 0

4. Default Left Size: 150

5. Usernames in Lowercase: false

6. Allow use of priority: true

7. Hide SM attributions: true

8. Allow use of receipts: true

9. Allow editing of identity: true


Allow editing of name: true

Remove username from header: false


10. Allow server thread sort: true

11. Allow server-side sorting: true

12. Allow server charset search: true

13. Enable UID support: true

14. PHP session name: SQMSESSID

15. Location base:


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> r  # back to menu


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Main Menu --

1. Organization Preferences

2. Server Settings

3. Folder Defaults

4. General Options

5. Themes

6. Address Books

7. Message of the Day (MOTD)

8. Plugins

9. Database

10. Languages


D. Set pre-defined settings for specific IMAP servers

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 8  # select


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Plugins

Installed Plugins

1. delete_move_next

2. squirrelspell

3. newmail

Available Plugins:

4. listcommands

5. filters

6. fortune

7. mail_fetch

8. message_details

9. compatibility

10. calendar

11. translate

12. sent_subfolders

13. empty_trash

14. spamcop

15. bug_report

16. abook_take

17. info

18. secure_login

19. administrator


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 9  # add compatibility (number is different at an env)


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Plugins

Installed Plugins

1. delete_move_next

2. squirrelspell

3. newmail

4. compatibility

Available Plugins:

5. listcommands

6. filters

7. fortune

8. mail_fetch

9. message_details

10. calendar

11. translate

12. sent_subfolders

13. empty_trash

14. spamcop

15. bug_report

16. abook_take

17. info

18. secure_login

19. administrator


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 13  # add empty_trash (number is different at an env)


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Plugins

Installed Plugins

1. delete_move_next

2. squirrelspell

3. newmail

4. compatibility

5. empty_trash

Available Plugins:

6. listcommands

7. filters

8. fortune

9. mail_fetch

10. message_details

11. calendar

12. translate

13. sent_subfolders

14. spamcop

15. bug_report

16. abook_take

17. info

18. secure_login

19. administrator


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> 18  # add secure_login (number is different at an env)


SquirrelMail Configuration : Read: config.php (1.4.0)

---------------------------------------------------------

Plugins

Installed Plugins

1. delete_move_next

2. squirrelspell

3. newmail

4. compatibility

5. empty_trash

6. secure_login

Available Plugins:

7. listcommands

8. filters

9. fortune

10. mail_fetch

11. message_details

12. calendar

13. translate

14. sent_subfolders

15. spamcop

16. bug_report

17. abook_take

18. info

19. administrator


R Return to Main Menu

C Turn color off

S Save data

Q Quit


Command >> q   # quit

You have not saved your data.

Save? [Y/n]: y   # save


Data saved in config.php

Exiting conf.pl.


You might want to test your configuration by browsing to

http://your-squirrelmail-location/src/configtest.php

Happy SquirrelMailing!


[root@www ~]# cd /usr/share/squirrelmail/plugins/secure_login 

[root@www secure_login]# cp config.sample.php config.php 


[root@www secure_login]# vi config.php


# line 24: change (continue to connect with SSL after login)

$change_back_to_http_after_login = 0;


[root@www secure_login]# /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd reload 

Reloading httpd:     [  OK  ]



2. Access to 'http://(your server's name or IP address/)/webmail/', then follwing sacreen is shown, then authenticate your user name and password to login.



3. Just logined.




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