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  • $45
  • $500

Version: 2.12

Released: Feb 12, 2001


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Unix

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Alex_Hart

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ATPMail

This is a fully featured mail program with folders, attachments, online file storage, contacts, and more. Commercial version features search capabilities, multiple account support and an easy installation script.

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Beware! I purchased the first version of ATPMail, server addition. I loved the software, but when I needed support later on down the road, the guy offered no assistance whatsoever, and only pushed selling me his latest version of the software and basically leaving me out to twist with the version I have now. So, basically I blew several hundred dollars for nothing.

Posted by 46thronin on Aug 13, 2005 Reply

Posted by KanSi on Jul 09, 2002 Reply

I use this program every day. The code is well written. Setup is fairly easy. I really like this program. A little bit tough to make the look match your site.

Posted by cgiJoe on Feb 03, 2002 Reply

This is a 10+ script. Installed his single license version and I'm loving it. Neatest features: new mail reminder, add address link, unread visual indicator, shows HTML emails, accounts/email addresses are flexible. Quality script!

Posted by krieser on Jan 07, 2002 Reply

Good script.

Posted by Vulpes on Jun 22, 2000 Reply

A script with a lot of potential, once the bugs are out. The implemented JavaScripts don't work properly, some hard coded paths point towards wrong directions and nowhere is it mentioned that you need to have the Net:POP3 package installed. Even then I couldn't get it to connect to my POP3 server. The rest looks pretty well done.

Posted by MichaelS on Jun 19, 2000 Reply

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