This project is not covered by Drupal’s security advisory policy.

This module is abandoned due to a security issue the maintainer didn’t fix. See SA-CONTRIB-2012-171 - Webmail Plus - SQL injection - (unsupported) for details.

If you want to use this module, your options are:

Looking for a new maintainer.

Unfortunately I no longer have the time to maintain this project and thus I am looking for a new maintainer.

What is Webmail Plus?

Webmail Plus is a full-featured email client for Drupal. It's designed to provide email for any or all members of a Drupal site. It relies on a standard IMAP (Dovecot, Courier-IMAP) server for mail storage and localhost or SMTP (Postfix, Exim) server for mail delivery. It's a great way to add email/webmail functionality to your Drupal community site.

Drupal 6.x Release

The following UI features are implemented:

  • Compose/send message with predictive text for address fields
  • Ability to send attachments
  • Savings sent messages to the Sent folder
  • Saving messages to the Drafts folder
  • Standardization of UI
  • Integration with Contact Manager (soon to be released)
  • Granular global (admin) configuration
  • Personal configuration
  • Gmail-style conversation threading (reported broken)
  • Message tagging
  • Message filters
  • Integration with Solr search
  • Support for IMAP folders (no sub-folder support)
  • Ability to move messages between folders
  • Site-wide address book
  • Ability to convert emails into Drupal nodes, publishing of email attachments via integration with the File Framework
  • Limited content caching to limit the number of IMAP queries
  • New message notification block
  • Folder(s) block

Installation Instructions

Webmail Plus installation instructions are available here. Thanks go to peterx for jump starting the documentation process.

Drupal 5.x Version

If you need webmail functionality for Drupal 5.x please check out Basic Webmail.

Drupal 4.x Version

The Drupal 4.x version is available but is no longer supported.

Development of this project is supported by OpenBand on behalf of its clients.

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