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  2. Email client - Wikipedia

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    An email client, email reader or, more formally, message user agent (MUA) or mail user agent is a computer program used to access and manage a user's email.. A web application which provides message management, composition, and reception functions may act as a web email client, and a piece of computer hardware or software whose primary or most visible role is to work as an email client may ...

  3. Comparison of email clients - Wikipedia

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    User interface ^ Or LicenseRef-KDE-Accepted-GPL: " Any later version accepted by the membership of KDE e.V. (or its successor approved by the membership of KDE e.V.), which shall act as a proxy defined in Section 14 of version 3 of the license.

  4. UUCP - Wikipedia

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    UUCP is normally started by having a user log into the target system and then running the UUCP program. In most cases, this is automated by logging into a known user account used for transfers, whose account's shell has been set to uucico. Thus, for automated transfers, another machine simply has to open a modem connection to the called machine ...

  5. Post Office Protocol - Wikipedia

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    In computing, the Post Office Protocol (POP) is an application-layer Internet standard protocol used by e-mail clients to retrieve e-mail from a mail server. POP version 3 (POP3) is the version in common use, and along with IMAP the most common protocols for email retrieval.

  6. Microsoft Mail - Wikipedia

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    Clients for MS-DOS, dialup, and Mac OS left messages stored on server; the Windows and OS/2 clients downloaded the messages instead, using a local file (.MMF) as storage. While this storage could be located on a file server, the various file locking issues meant a user could only login to their mail from a single PC at a time.