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  2. SquirrelMail - Wikipedia

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    SquirrelMail is a project that aims to provide both a web-based email client and a proxy server for the IMAP protocol. The latest stable version 1.4.23-svn is tested with PHP up to version 8.1 and replaces version 1.4.22 which can only run on PHP version 5.0-5.4.

  3. Talk:SquirrelMail - Wikipedia

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    SquirrelMail is the main email program used by students at University College London (one of the world's leading research institutions) [url] http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/common/mail/squirrelmail [/url]. Actually most institutions in the UK's Russell Group use SquirrelMail for students. Tedickey, maybe a quick Google might display the notability.

  4. Comparison of email clients - Wikipedia

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    General. Basic general information about the clients: creator/company, O/S, licence, & interface. Clients listed on a light purple background are no longer in active development.

  5. Talk:Comparison of mail servers - Wikipedia

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    this is absurd. i realize that some MTA's support NNTP, but it is not a mail protocol, never has been, and never will be. it's one of those 'let's throw this in too' features, because it's a relatively lightweight protocol. it may be a feature of some mailservers, but since it's not a core email component, i think it has no business being in a ...

  6. Webmail - Wikipedia

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    Webmail (or web-based email) is an email service that can be accessed using a standard web browser. It contrasts with email service accessible through a specialised email client software. Examples of webmail providers are 1&1 Ionos, AOL Mail, Gmail, GMX Mail, Mailfence, Outlook.com/Hotmail.com, Yahoo! Mail and IceWarp Mail Server.

  7. cc:Mail - Wikipedia

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    The cc:Mail application is installed on the user desktops. It provides a user interface, and reads and writes to the post office files directly in order to send, access, and manage email messages. This arrangement is called a "shared-file mail system" (which was also implemented later in competing products such as Microsoft Mail ).

  8. Pegasus Mail - Wikipedia

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    License. Donationware. Website. www .pmail .com. Pegasus Mail is a proprietary email client developed by David Harris (who also develops the Mercury Mail Transport System ). It was originally released in 1990 [1] for internal and external mail on NetWare networks [3] with MS-DOS and later Apple Macintosh clients.