Paul Lesniewski | 9 Nov 22:43 2010

Re: Search Email

On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 11:30 PM, Javed Chauhan
<little_heartly <at> yahoo.co.in> wrote:
>
> Hello Friends,
>
> I am trying to search the emails which are not coming from particular
> domain, so how i can search this email in squirrelemail.

Please elaborate.  If you mean you are trying to see what happened to
messages that are not being delivered at all, you need to look at your
mail logs, which has nothing to do with SquirrelMail.

> If possible tell me the code where i can change to work this.

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Thijs Kinkhorst | 14 Nov 11:35 2010

SquirrelMail featured in "The Social Network" movie

Hi all,

Just writing to let everyone know that SquirrelMail is featured twice in
the "major motion picture" "The Social Network" about Mark Zuckerberg,
founder of facebook.

In one scene, Mark sends an email to a mailinglist to announce his new
"FaceMash" website at Harvard, and uses SquirrelMail for that.

In another, Sean Parker (of Napster fame) checks his email and also uses
SquirrelMail.

Both events happen in 2004. I can recommend the movie, btw.

Cheers,
Thijs

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