What is SquirrelMail ?
Install SquirrelMail in Virtualmin / Webmin Control Panel :
- A Server/VPS running Virtualmin Control Panel
- Browser Access
If you want to install Roundcube instead of SqirrelMail then follow our guide on Installing Roundcube on Virtualmin / Webmin.
Before going further please make sure that you have a server running Virtualmin or Webmin Control Panel.
Step 1 : Access your Virtualmin Control Panel by going to https://your-domain:10000 and loggin in with your admin account.
Step 2 : After logging in to the Virtualmin select your primary domain from left side panel (if you don’t have one then add a domain) and then click on Install Scripts (See the below picture for reference).
Step 3 : Now in install scripts page make sure that you are on Available Scripts page, now in Email section below you will see option for Roundcube and SquirrelMail, just click on the green play button for SquirrelMail to begin the installation Wizard.
Step 4 : Now in the next page, leave all the settings to its default and click on Install Now button, that’s it, your SquirrelMail installation will begin and in the end you will get a message and link to access your SquirrelMail Webmail panel, usually that link is http://your-domain-name/squirrelmail.
Step 5 : Open the SquirrelMail Webmail page and login with the Email Address and Password that you have created in Virtualmin, if tou haven’t created any Email Address in Virtualmin then follow our guide on How to Create Email Accounts in Virtualmin.
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I have an issue about send the email from squirrelmail with virtualmin (Ubuntu VPS server 16.04).
The issue is I can’t send an email but for receipt an email it’s work well.
Otherwise I try to install Roundcube before but it always go to ERROR HTTP 500 when I want to login.
Any suggestion ?
Please check if your server is allowing the UDP ports like 8000, 465, 25 etc to communicate with the network.