Re: [NTISP] Seattle Labs SLMail

Dan Waldron ( (no email) )
Thu, 28 Jan 1999 17:19:34 +1100


The folks at Software.Com have told me that they plan in including a web
based e-mail solution in an upcoming release of Post.Office. Myself I think
it's taking a long time, but as I already have paid so many $$ for those
licences, at PO seems so stable, it could be worth the wait. I found Emurl a
bit clunky myself, so didn't go any further with it. The users we have so
much want a web based email program, I can't understand why there aren't any
decent ones out there!

My .02c worth


-----Original Message-----
From: Norris Sydnor <>
To: <>
Date: Thursday, January 28, 1999 1:34
Subject: RE: [NTISP] Seattle Labs SLMail

At 09:10 AM 1/25/99 +0000, you wrote:
>We use SLMail to handle all office and ISP/Hosted mail. It has been in
>nearly 6 months now and my comments would be:
>Very nice web interface, I mean VERY nice. There isn't anything you can't
>from it and in all honesty I think it's a little faster than the provided

I use SLMail also. Have been for a couple to 3 years now. The only
problem I have with the Web-Based Administration is trying to use it over a
dial-up connection.

For some reason, Netscape kicks back an error when trying to go into users
and other areas.

Also, the web-based email for users (EMURL) has potential but needs a
little work. I understand a new release is in the works that will take
care of some of the issues.

Best Regards,

Norris Sydnor
Capital City Internet
Washington D.C. and Baltimore's Internet Success Provider
1-888-249-0027 (24/7)

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