I have a client that wants their users to be able to login and manage their e-mail from within the glFusion site I am setting up for them. Currently, the users have to do a seperate login to a webmail client to do e-mail functionality.
The glFusion site is installed on the mail server, so direct access to the mail files for each user is there. An example path to the mail files would be, "/home/webmaster/mail".
The glFusion usernames exactly match the mail usernames. So a glFusion username of "specialagent" would have a mail folder of "/home/webmaster/mail/specialagent" and this folder would contain the normal unix/linux directories of "cur", "new" and "tmp".
I have looked at the ALPHA plugin glPopMail-0.1 and while that might work, there is no real need to use POP3 since local access to the physical mail files is possible. Even if you had to statically set the path to each user's mail files, that would be more than fine in our case where there is a limited number of user logins.
Anybody know of a solution to handle what I am looking for?