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Installing & using Atmail in cPanel

June 3, 2011 by  
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AtMail Open is a lightweight and powerful open source client for webmail. It is written in PHP aiming to provide a elegant Ajax webmail client for existing IMAP mailservers. It comes with less bloat and focuses on an intuitive, simple user interface. Atmail can be installed on many platforms including Linux.

Recently cPanel has added Atmail support via plugins from its version 11.28. Now you can choose any webmail client from cPanel among the 4 available clients. However, unlike other webmail clients, you need to install Atmail to get it available on webmail interface. Installing it is also very easy in only a few steps.

Installing Atmail Open

Login to WHM. Go to Manage Plugins section. You can also type ‘plugins’ in the Find box to get it faster.

Then check on ‘Install and keep updated’ at Atmail section.

ThenĀ  click ‘Save’ button. Installation of Atmail Open plugin is done. You can now use it. Login to webmail ( There you will see (unless you have selected ‘Enable Autoload’ for other client) all the available webmail client is listed including newly added Atmail client.

Click on it and Atmail interface will be loaded.

The interface will look like the following. You can now enjoy it .


Uninstall Atmail Open

Uninstallation of Atmail is also very easy. Just go to Manage Plugins section as shown above. Then click the Uninstall atmailopen button.


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