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Web Mail Clients


GatorMail is a servlet-based Webmail built on the Struts framework. It was originally developed to meet the needs of the University of Florida. Efficient interaction with the mail store along with a low support overhead are the goals of the project.



yawebmail is a webmail-client written in Java as a webapp. Having it deployed on your Internet-accessed webserver, you can get access to your POP3- or IMAP-Mailbox, even if you are behind a firewall that blocks the eMail-ports - in general port 25 for SMTP, port 110 for POP3 and port 143 for IMAP (natch you must be allowed to access your webserver via HTTP...). Just throw the "yawebmail.war"-file into the deployment-directory of your Servlet-container (tomcat, jetty, weblogic, ..) and you're ready to go! No configuration needed



Claros inTouch (previously known as Claros Webmail) is an Ajax communication suite with key features such as webmail, address book, post-it notes, calendar(in progress), built in instant messenger, rss reader, webdisk(in progress). It is an open source web application which features built in spam protection and instant messaging capabilities.



WebMail is a www-frontend to IMAP/POP3 mailboxes. You can compare it to the systems Hotmail, YahooMail etc use. It allows a user to access his mailbox via the world wide web and do most things other mail programs allow to do, even if he is not sitting on his own personal computer or corporate LAN.



Primarily jwma is a WebMail implementation in Java, enabling the user to access, manage and compose email using a standard web browser.