Install RainLoop Webmail (A Web Based Email Client) using ‘Nginx and Apache’ in Arch Linux

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8 Responses

  1. ting says:

    Wow, not too sure what the author was on when writing those Apache config files up above? They bear no relationship to anything I know of or have ever come across recently.

    I mean, I don’t mind a challenge but, whatever’s in there is certainly mind bending. Doesn’t quite add anything to Tecmint’s credibility and expertise on this topic. While this piece was written some time back, don’t believe things have changed that much? Maybe time to research, review and update this article.

  2. Laurie Calkins says:

    Yes. I have plenty to say. We just moved over to RainLoop webmail hosting. I’m trying to see how to retrieve all of my folders that RainLoop won’t allow me to have! It won’t even let me delete folders that I no longer need.

    I sent an email out last week requesting assistance, and I never got a response. Is there anyone out here in the RainLoop cyber dimension that is willing to get in touch with me so that I can resolve this issue????

  3. Matei Cezar says:

    Verify your accounts credentials.

    • rex says:

      please how do you do that… l have created the Imap and smtp connections for yahoo and gmail enabled app connection to connect with gmail but still the same… can login on the yahoo or gmail platform but now when using rainloop

  4. rex says:

    l keep getting authentication failed trying to login with yahoo, or gmail

  5. Mwamba Natanga says:

    Does it support PGP signatures/encryption?

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