RainLoop Webmail – A Modern Fast Web Based Email Client for Linux

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15 Responses

  1. Tom Jackson says:

    Good article. I have used rainloop in the past and it covered a great amount of work for me.
    Personally I love this webmail.
    But bear with me, recently I discovered a great article about an application for a customer-centered workflows and business webmail management. It drastically changed my webmail preferences due to the numerous features it offers. It’s called VTEDDY. It’s official documentation is nice, but i am not so good in the linux cli and luckily for me i found this great article : https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/install-vteddy-on-an-ubuntu-14-04-vps/ so i installed and tried the application. I am very satisfied and can recommend to anyone that wants a complete webmail solution.

  2. Anuraag says:

    I have followed this tutorial and installed it correctly on my server. Also I am running virtualmin on it. I have installed it on http://ip_address/rainloop. The rainloop does not show up. And I Tried installing it on another server without virtualmin, it worked perfectly. Pl tell me how to run both of them on a single server.


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