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SquirrelMail is a project that aims to provide both a web-based email client and a proxy server for the IMAP protocol. The latest stable version 1.4.23-svn is tested with PHP up to version 8.1 and replaces version 1.4.22 which can only run on PHP version 5.0-5.4.
SquirrelMail is the main email program used by students at University College London (one of the world's leading research institutions) [url] http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/common/mail/squirrelmail [/url]. Actually most institutions in the UK's Russell Group use SquirrelMail for students. Tedickey, maybe a quick Google might display the notability.
Originally released as freeware in 1999, i.Scribe was released and renamed as a commercial product InScribe in 2003. Development of both software continues from the same source. Version 2.0 of the software is slated to include a rewrite of the mail database back end. Either product is sometimes referred to as just 'Scribe'.
Squirrelmail? Where's this? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mcannac (talk • contribs) 18:10, 22 October 2011 (UTC) SquirrelMail is a web based email client. It therefor is in Comparison of email clients. --Athaba 19:56, 6 December 2011 (UTC) Sendmail on Windows
The Simple Mail Access Protocol ( SMAP)  is an application layer Internet protocol for accessing e-mail stored on a server. It was introduced as part of the Courier suite, with the goal of creating a simpler and more capable alternative to IMAP . As of 2005, SMAP is still considered experimental, and is only supported by the Courier server ...
Webmail (or web-based email) is an email service that can be accessed using a standard web browser. It contrasts with email service accessible through a specialised email client software. Examples of webmail providers are 1&1 Ionos, AOL Mail, Gmail, GMX Mail, Mailfence, Outlook.com/Hotmail.com, Yahoo! Mail and IceWarp Mail Server.
Zimbra Collaboration, formerly known as the Zimbra Collaboration Suite ( ZCS) before 2019, is a collaborative software suite that includes an email server and a web client. Zimbra was initially developed by LiquidSys, which changed their name to Zimbra, Inc. on 26 July 2005.  The Zimbra Collaboration Suite was first released in 2005.