My squirrelmail installation provides webmail access to users who have accounts on an IMAP server. I am seeking a plugin for this. Users whose username matches a certain pattern should be able to upload files to an 'attachment library', which will be stored either on the webserver or in a special subfolder under the user's IMAP account (which would be hidden in the squirrelmail folder list). Users will be able to upload, rename and delete files through a page in their squirrelmail options pages, and will also be able to add a description to each file. When composing a new message, users will have a checkbox for each file in their library, allowing one-click attachments. If possible, the normal attachment upload field (on the compose message page) will have a checkbox for 'also add this file to my attachment library'). This is designed to be used on mobile devices (Windows Mobile and cellphone browsers) in order to conserve bandwidth. Therefore additions to the 'compose' page should be as simple as possible, and should not require any additional page views or reloads in order to add attachments.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables): A plugin which can be installed using the normal squirrelmail config script.
3) All deliverables may be released under the GPL. Any 3rd party components or libraries used must be available under the GPL or a compatible license which would permit this.
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3 coders have now expressed an interest in this project, but nobody has placed an actual bid.
If you are interested, can you please give us an estimate of how long this would take, and how much it is likely to cost.
SquirrelMail 1.4.8 Apache 2.2.2 Fedora Core 5 Work with browsers including at least firefox 1.5, pocket internet explorer (windows mobile 2003/5.1 versions) and links