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  • Free
  • $99

Version: 5.45

Released: Aug 09, 1998


Requirements
Unix, Windows NT

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6.95

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8.58

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Support_4b


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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.

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Well, nice script but there are lots of features missing. It's for newbies only.

Posted by Fuitad on Feb 08, 1999 Reply

Nice script, but it is nearly completely impossible to change the layout. Everything is in one script. The source code is not readable. This script is only for beginners that are afraid of installing scripts.

Posted by pilif on Feb 05, 1999 Reply

Its good if you really need if for your site. Not easily adaptable to your site's design, it's just a web based e-mail client. If your site lacks anything interactive, this can add some look. Download it to play with; afterall it's just a single file. Adding it to your site won't make much of a difference. Templates and customization is an absolute need.

Posted by Naidu on Jan 31, 1999 Reply

It works, but the interface could be MUCH more attractive, and a few more explanatory comments within the script itself would be very helpful for those who would like to customize it a little. Also, the all-in-one format isn't the most efficient.

Posted by skiltech on Jan 31, 1999 Reply

This script could be MUCH better. First of all, if you look at the code, it's a mess and has uuencoded files inside which only make your CPU work harder. Second, its interface needs alot of work, it cannot be adjusted easily to fit your site. Third, it's just plain ugly if you leave it as it is and fourth, once again the 1 file thing is just TOO SLOW.

Posted by Kefka on Jan 27, 1999 Reply

The only resource I found which is contained in one perl, doesn't need CGI.pm, and worked as soon as I installed it (which wasn't hard to do). An excellent piece of software, well worth $99 for commercial sites.

Posted by adamallen on Jan 25, 1999 Reply

Cool script. One script does it all, including view and send attachments.

Posted by sharikou on Jan 20, 1999 Reply

The script is easy to install and really works, but when you try to read the script you will find it hard to understand (for a beginner like me). There are so many subroutines and they are named strangely. I think the owner does not want the script to be changed by others. You can hardly make it your "own."

Posted by edd on Jan 19, 1999 Reply

The scripting looks fine, but when I went to set it up according to its readme files, it did not work out so well. Many people don't like frame viewing either.

Posted by JasPlace on Jan 18, 1999 Reply

A very slick little all-in-1-file package - pretty easy to set up out of the zip. But the single file script is a big liability if you want to customize the look and feel of the service for your site - HTML templates and a configuration file are desperately needed to accompany this fine little script.

Posted by Dale on Jan 05, 1999 Reply

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