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VisualMail  VisualMail

 VisualMail is a web-based e-mail client that allows users to access their e-mails from any device, anywhere in the world. VisualMail is a highly scalable and robust webmail platform designed to support millions of users while delivering the industry`s best performance and availability. The unique open architecture design of VisualMail uses XML and Unicode technologies to provide internationalization, localization, extreme customization, greater flexibility and an unlimited number of integration options. VisualMail is a modular e-mail client compatible with IMAP4, POP3 and Maildir++ servers for mail retrieval and LDAP, SQL for configuration storage. The modules included with the product are Inbox, Composer, Address Books and Directory....

WebThing Mailer  WebThing Mailer

 Features include: Unlimited users (may be "virtual" users, with no own account or POP mailbox, etc), Each user has unlimited mailboxes in an own namespace, Efficient internal mailbox (typically 100 times faster than Berkeley format - as used for POP), Folder manager, permitting automatic sorting of incoming mail, Addressbook/Workgroup Manager, Autoresponders, Mailing Lists, Mail Gateways, Programmable (regexp) processing, Read and send multipart, multimedia MIME messages, Personal Preferences: "signature" etc, Pre-written "form letter" templates available for composition, and User-configurable junkmail filtering of incoming mail....
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SqWebMail  SqWebMail

 qWebMail is a web CGI client for sending and receiving E-mail using Maildir mailboxes. SqWebMail DOES NOT support traditional Mailbox files, only Maildirs. Features include: Very lightweight (Reads mail directly from maildirs), Supports hierarchical mail folders, Supports virtual accounts, Support for LDAP authentication, Support for vpopmail authentication, Displays image attachments inline, Does not require Javascript or cookies, Spell checking is available (if ispell installed), Supports most E-mail-related standards - MIME, 8-bit message headers, and others, and more....

DMailWeb  DMailWeb

 DMailWeb is a web-email gateway which allows you to read and process your new email from a web browser running on any machine with access to the internet or your intranet. It provides facilities to read new mail, send and forward messages, send and view attachments, etc. You can also delete thenew messages once you have processed them or leave them on the server for later downloading with a normal email client package....

MailStudio @MESSAGE  MailStudio @MESSAGE

 MailStudio @MESSAGE is a web-based messaging server, which allows users to access their e-mail from any computer, at anytime, anywhere and extends valuable communication tools to businesses and organizations of various types and sizes. MailStudio @MESSAGE offers many notable functions such as: simplicity for the user, secure operation, easy access to your contacts, and a fully customizable web browser interface - along with numerous other performance and feature enhancements....
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DBMail  DBMail

 What are the advantages? Free, and open source! Scalability DBMail is as scalable as the database system that is used for the mail storage. In theory millions of accounts can be managed using DBMail. One could, for example, run 4 different servers with the pop3 daemon each connecting to the same database (cluster) server. Manageability DBMail is based upon a database. DBMail can be managed by changing settings in the database (f.e. using PHP/Perl/SQL), without needing shell access. Speed DBMail uses very efficient, database specific queries for retrieving mail information. This is much faster then parsing a filesystem. Security DBMail has got nothing to do with the filesystem or interaction with other programs in the Unix environment which need special permissions. DBMail is as secure as the database it`s based upon. Flexibility. Changes on a DBMail system (adding of users, changing passwords etc.) are effective immediately....

 

 

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