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Old 07-11-2005, 12:44 AM   #1
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Question cyrus-imap GUI for administration

Hi everyone,

I've done a search and had a quick google but have so far not found anything that I need. I have built a mail server (cyrus-imap + postfix + ldap) on FC4 for a small business as one of many favours for a friend of mine.

It all works fine. However as his world is one of windows, I would like to make life easier for him, by giving him a GUI to enable him to do some basic administration of cyrus-imap. So that he can add new users, set quotas, create global mail boxes etc.

Can anyone point me in the right direction or is it a case of writing my own?




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