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Our sponsors

The SquirrelMail project team wants to thank our official sponsors. Their contributions have helped make this project possible.

Get SquirrelMail at SourceForge.net. Fast, secure and Free Open Source software downloads

SourceForge.net provides the project with the repository, trackers, mailing lists, release distributions and some other services.

SourceForge.net is the world's largest Open Source software development web site, hosting more than 100,000 projects and over 1,000,000 registered users with a centralized resource for managing projects, issues, communications, and code. SourceForge.net has the largest repository of Open Source code and applications available on the Internet, and hosts more Open Source development products than any other site or network worldwide. SourceForge.net provides a wide variety of services to projects we host, and to the Open Source community.


XS4ALL provides the project with a web server and bandwidth.

Since 1993 XS4ALL has provided secure, high-speed internet services. But we also offer more. For us, the internet is not just another product. Having played a part in the creation of the internet, we cherish and seek to protect its founding principles. Such as the free and uncensored exchange of data, information and ideas. And protecting the privacy of our customers. We are more than happy to share our knowledge and experience with our customers and other internet users. And naturally we use the latest and most secure technologies. XS4ALL is one of the few internet providers in the Netherlands to have posted operating profits consistently since 1996.

Junk Email Filter provides the project with web server and email filtering services.

Junk Email Filter is a front end email spam filtering (hosted spam filtering service) and virus removal processing service for your domains. Your email comes to our servers, we filter the spam and block the viruses, and forward the good email to your existing server. No software to install on your server or your users' computers.

Travel-Ticker Hotel Booking Service

The folks at Travel-Ticker have graciously included SquirrelMail in their campaign to support non-profits and Open Source projects. We sincerely appreciate forward-thinking businesses like Travel-Ticker who understand -- and act upon -- the Open Source model.

Travel Ticker is a fast-growing online hotel booking platform which provides unique opportunities for our customers to get best hotel deals. We provide our users with a full, detailed comparison of a number of hotels and let them find the optimal choice which suits their individual needs and expectations. This way we can ensure maximum satisfaction to our customers regarding their trips and hotel choices.


There is a secret gamer inside the Squirrel, so we are honored to count Fragland.net amongst our most generous supporters.

Fragland.net aim to provide accurate and unbiased reviews for gaming equipment, such as for best gaming keyboard.

Jewelry Judaica

The folks at Jewelry Judaica make use of Open Source Software, and they don't take for granted the hard work that goes into the products that businesses like theirs rely upon. It's refreshing to see good people like those at Jewelry Judaica reaching out to make sure the FOSS community gets some love!

Jewelry Judaica is an e-commerce shop for Jewish themed jewelry including Star of David, Chai Jewelry and Hamsa necklaces and bracelets. You can find jewelry for any holiday or special occasion at Jewelry Judaica.

Top Rated Forex Brokers

Topratedforexbrokers.com are SquirrelMail fans that care enough to put their money where their mouth is. Kudos to businesses like Topratedforexbrokers that give back to the FOSS community that makes them viable.

Jonathan Angliss

Jonathan is not only part of the SquirrelMail Project Team - he is also one of the sponsors, providing the project with the domain name and security certificates. His hobbies are cooking, coding, children, and cameras. Send him c-notes.

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