Posted by Jim Jagielski on Monday, February 6. 2006 in Open Source

I'm having fun working around with Telaen, which is a simple yet powerful webmail client built using PHP. The nice thing about it is that it requires a very barebones PHP build: no MySQL, IMAP, etc, yet it fully supports POP3 and IMAP, and has support for folders, HTML email, etc... It's an offshoot of Uebimiau, which I liked and did some patches/development on, but that project seems to have stagnated, so a few of us started Telaen. Just this weekend I released our 2nd release candidate. A number of Uebimiau users seem pretty happy that we've kick-started development and support again. It's a nice little project.

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  • David Powell
    Just wanted to say that I am watching this project and will probably be participating. It looks promising.

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  • As posted some time ago, I've been hacking away on Telaen, a "new" PHP-based Email client, designed to be easy to use and administer (with no big dependencies). It's nice having some smaller projects to play around with in addition to larger ones, I think

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