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Old 13 Dec 2017, 03:25 AM   #5
FredOnline
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Originally Posted by edu View Post
I prefer roundcube, even with less options (but simpler) than the new SoGo platform.
I recently added a new domain to my already existing domains with Gandi, and this was a first chance I had for trying out the SOGo webmail.

It looks very nice, and more up to date than Roundcube, but from my initial tests of SOGo I think it is more limited to use than Roundcube.

For instance, to create an alias for sending in SOGo, I couldn't find an option to do so - it may be there but if it is it's not obvious to me.

Another point to consider is the lack of 2FA on both Roundcube and SOGo webmail.
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