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Date: 2008may30 OS: Linux Q. Is there an autoresponder for SquirrelMail? And if so how do I installed it? A. Squirrel Mail is an IMAP/POP client. Its only running when you are logged in so how can it automatically respond? Some clever guys made a plugin that uses FTP to modify the ~/.forward file that MTAs (Mail Transfer Agents) - like Postfix - use. Nice idea. Users don't care how it works. To install (on Fedora/RedHat/CentOS)... Make sure you have a "vacation" command:which vacationIf its not there download and install from here:cd /usr/share/squirrelmail/plugins tar xvfz <file-you-just-downloaded>Run the config program in a terminal window:/usr/share/squirrelmail/config/conf.plEnable the plugin. Login as a regular user and make sure it works.
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