- oMail-Admin: a PHP-based qmail+vmailmgrd Web interface
oMail-admin is a PHP-based Web frontend to qmail and vmailmgrd. It can be used by domain owners and single users to easily administer their mail accounts without bothering the sysadmin. Its features include mailbox/alias management, auto- responder (vacation-like) support, support for changing passwords, and translations for the French, English, Swedish, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Danish, Romana, Czech, Nederlands, and German languages.
- oMail-Webmail (discontinued): Webmail solution based on qmail, perl, and optionally vmailmgr.
oMail-webmail was a Webmail solution for mail servers based on qmail and optionally vmailmgr or vpopmail. The mail is read directly from maildirs on the hard disk, which is much quicker than using protocols like POP3 or IMAP. Other features includes multiple language support (English, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, and many more), HTML and pictures inline display, folders, and address book support.
Update on 28.05.2009: imap/pop-based webmail systems were slow years ago when I started with omail-webmail, but current imap servers are now quite
performant (cf. dovecot), so IMHO the project is not necessary anymore. Current solutions like Roundcube Mail are also more secure and do not require root rights on the system anymore. Thanks again to all the supporters of omail-webmail in the past, and see you on other projects :-) (omail-admin, phpmyadmin, etc.)
- oSpam: a system-wide anti-spam solution for qmail and vmailmgr, based on perl, mysql, ifspamh and SpamAssassin
oSpam uses omail-admin as web frontend which manage the SpamAssassin sql userprefs table. oSpam itself is
a Perl script which will look at this table, and dynamicaly (on a cronjob basis) create/modify/remove .qmail-files according to the
users preferences. It will take care not overwritting existing .qmail-x files, and keeps md5sum tracks of the
created files to make sure it will only remove self-created files.