Below is a list of all the documentation that comes in the SquirrelMail
distribution package. Some of it may not be as up to date as what you'll
find in our online manuals, which have better and more current information.
We have manuals for administrators, developers, translators and users.
There is also plenty of content that has been contributed by the community
on our wiki. Links to all these manuals and wikis can be found on our
If you would like to make a translation of SquirrelMail, here are some guidelines to help
you along the way. These were compiled, thanks to Gustav Foseid.
- Translating the Help System
We have a rather extensive help system in SquirrelMail. This document contains
information about translating those help documents.
- Russian Apache
There are special instructions if you are running Russian Apache. This
document, thanks to Konstantin Riabitsev, will help you out.
SquirrelMail allows you to log in to your IMAP and SMTP servers using
plaintext, CRAM-MD5 or DIGEST-MD5, as well as use SSL for extra security.
This document describes how to use this new code, and the requirements.
- Specific IMAP server setups
SquirrelMail configuration utility allows adjusting settings for selected
IMAP server with one quick command. D command asks for IMAP server name and
modifies all settings that are specific to selected IMAP server. This
document provides quick description of all IMAP presets.
- Internet Explorer and SSL
Information about possible issues in Internet Explorer, when SquirrelMail
is used in SSL enabled webserver.
- Basic documentation that comes with distribution:
AUTHORS - Who's behind all this?
INSTALL - Installation instructions
UPGRADE - Upgrading instructions
README - Everyone should read this.
COPYING - Licencing of SquirrelMail
ChangeLog - Differences between SquirrelMail
ReleaseNotes - SquirrelMail release notes.
ReleaseNotes archive - Notes for older SquirrelMail versions