Released: Aug 09, 1998
RequirementsUnix, Windows NT
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Receive and send email from any email accounts using your browser. Features include read, compose, send, reply, forward, and delete emails, attachment support, address book, spam filter, and WYSIWYG message editing.
This script does not require any special Perl modules to install. It handles file attachments very well.
Posted by tommyl on Jul 12, 2002 Reply
As a basic POP3/SMTP application, AnyEmail is excellent and easily installed freeware. If you need a heavily customized package you might want to look elsewhere.
Posted by Kruunch on Oct 25, 2001 Reply
Posted by Dannyweb on Aug 08, 2000 Reply
Posted by mencik on May 22, 2000 Reply
I found the interface rather bland. With some help it can be formed into a very good program. The code is very stringy and hard to just look at and understand what is doing what. Overall this is a good program!
Posted by AdmoNet on Nov 27, 1999 Reply
This script assumes that everyone uses sendmail. When used with qmail it fails to actually send messages. The interface is a little clumsy and a bit difficult to adjust as all HTML is in the script rather than using templates for page layout.
Posted by auzziebob on Nov 20, 1999 Reply
Easy installation, but pay-ware also for non-profit org.
Posted by nila on Aug 31, 1999 Reply
Nce script for checking POP e-mail. I like to check my e-mail with it now.
Posted by OpticPower on Aug 15, 1999 Reply
So that is how you sell a Perl script? Make the code totally unreadable. Still this should be motivation for someone to sit down and do the same thing in Perl english.
Posted by EricF on Jul 04, 1999 Reply
It works, but what a mess! Forget about customization. Very slow as well.
Posted by MBJ on Jun 04, 1999 Reply
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