• $250+

Version: 3.61

Released: Apr 05, 2000

Unix, Windows NT

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@Mail allows users to send and receive emails via a webbrowser or wireless mobile-phone. The system allows users to sign-up for a new email account and have instant access to their Inbox, or read existing email-accounts via the POP3 protocol. Includes a web admin, SQL mailbox support, IMAP support, group address book, schedular, Migration scripts, and more.

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I tested out the @Mail Linux demo and thought it was pretty good. There are a few missing functions as Matt_Bishop mentioned, but after communicating with the @mail people they told me it was because it was an encoded demo. Anyway, I bought the commercial version and love it. I did have one SMTP config problem when installing, but got a phone call from one of the @Mail people 3 hours after emailing them. So I was impressed.

Posted by Howard_Colley on Feb 17, 2003 Reply

Very poor, very buggy product. Many basic functions did not work as advertised. The MIME encoding/decoding functionality is severely broken and most of the database access stuff could be done a lot better. The multiple accounts feature is badly done and confusing. Looks very pretty on IE, but ultimately it just doesn't do what it's supposed to do. Stay away.

Posted by matt_bishop on Jan 13, 2003 Reply

Never got it to work. Support is nominal and ineffective.

Posted by tcraigo on Oct 12, 2002 Reply

Interface looks good, but it falls short in some areas. The automatic setup procedure didn't work properly with our system and there wasn't any documentation for us on what needed to be done. We were told what files needed to be edited and how (rather than supplying us with already updated files). Their support is slow.

Posted by Parrot on Aug 02, 2001 Reply

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