Projects / Atmail


Atmail is a fully-featured email server and Webmail client, allowing users to send and receive email via a Web browser or mobile device. It has full support for IMAP mailboxes, and an optional email-server mode that uses EXIM as the MTA. Features include a scheduler, MySQL backend support, spell-check, address book, calendar user preferences, multiple accounts, SpamAssassin support, migration scripts from other mail servers, a customizable interface, an attractive AJAX interface, an optional group sharing Calendar/Addressbook, and an Outlook plugin to sync Contacts/Tasks/Calendar data between a Desktop, Mobile, and Webmail client or other email users.


RSS Last announcement

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RSS Recent releases

  •  21 Dec 2012 23:07

    Release Notes: New features. A new Atmail 7 theme. New color customization options. New DAVSync. White-labeling options for DAVSync. Faster performance for big mailboxes. Many improvements and fixes.

    •  17 Sep 2012 20:57

      Release Notes: This release adds an Outlook Add-in for Contacts and Calendar exchange syncing between Outlook and Atmail Server using ActiveSync.

      •  17 Sep 2012 20:57

        Release Notes: This release adds online file storage with sharing and a mobile-optimized UI.

        •  27 Feb 2012 22:50

          Release Notes: This is a minor release. It corrects uninitialized array usage in the dashboard controller during graph calculation. It corrects an unhandled exception in logsearch when no index or duration are specified. It corrects an unhandled exception in the user list for groups without users. It corrects an unhandled exception on invalid data for view contact.

          •  24 Nov 2011 03:49

            Release Notes: Improvements to calendar migrations and improved support for Internet Explorer 8/9.

            RSS Recent comments

            19 May 2008 14:57 mountainash Thumbs up

            Re: Too expensive

            > Could you name a few?

   ( in fact.

            It seems AtMail has now gone open source.

            26 Jul 2006 20:37 jim_brazil Thumbs up

            Our evaluation tests of various Webmail apps

            We have evaluated an extensive set of Webmail applications on behalf of our ISP client.

            The tests involved using IMP, Roundcube, Squirelmail and @Mail.

            Overall @Mail stood out from the crowd for the following reasons:

            * Improved user-interface over the competition. An advanced interface for IE/Firefox ( using XUL ) and a lightweight Ajax interface are included. The interfaces are very well polished

            Other clients like IMP, Squirelmail have a really bad end user interface/experience. Products like Roundcube are very lightweight and not as feature rich

            * Outlook sync support - This was a nice plugin, users can sync addressbook/calendar data between a desktop client and Webmail

            * Good Groupware support - Nice Calendar, Task, and shared contact support. Also has free/busy support which the competition is lacking or they are poorly implemented

            * Wireless interface and SMS support - Also a nice plugin that our end users enjoy, which the other products don't have up to scratch

            In summary there are good quality Webmail applications out there, and for our needs @Mail fit the pie best

            26 Jul 2006 06:26 bpat1434

            Re: Too expensive


            > % Other viable alternatives are for

            > FREE



            > Could you name a few?

            Roundcube -

            While not as fully featured as @mail, and still in its infancy, Roundcube has to be doing well, since @mail founders are looking to get rid of Roundcube so they can have 1 less OS competitor :)

            26 Jul 2006 04:32 blackhaze Thumbs up

            Get your facts straight

            As the authors of @Mail we have to disagree with your false acusations.

            Firstly, @Mail does work under Suse Linux. The dependencies of the software are Apache, perl , gcc and mysql. If these are available under your OS the software can be installed.

            Secondaly, the accusations of our technical team resetting root passwords, opening firewalls and exposing systems to hackers via SSH and Webmin are completely wrong. You should get your facts straight before you bad mouth a company without any backing to your claims.

            Thirdly, we provide an online demo, download evaluation and a 30-day refund policy on the software. So you had plenty of opportunities to evaluate the software.

            18 Jul 2006 07:50 royalpain

            Another Warning
            Atmail may work on some systems, as noted above. But it does not and cannot be made to work on a number of Linux systems, including SuSE SLES.<br /><br />Moreover, the company will not issue a refund for any reason; and if you make the mistake of paying them to do the install, as I did, they will reset your firewall to give themselves permanent access, give themselves Root User access and, if they know you system cannot be made to work, will then expose it to hackers with SSH and Webmin. If you run Webmin (Perl) do not even consider giving them access. <b>Be very careful with these folks! Only a fraud action gets their attention after they have your money.</b>


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