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PopMan v1.3.13
PopMan v1.3.13 A POP3 and IMAP4 manager. It can be used to list all e-mails received on your incoming mail server, without having to load these mails completely. Unwanted e-mails can be deleted directly from the server. You can use PopMan to check your e-mail accounts in the background. When new e-mails arrive, you will be notified. To show you whether e-mails contain useful information, or whether they are just spam, PopMan provides a preview functionality. You can use this preview pane to read the text-based content of your e-mails – whether they are plain text or HTML. In contrast to most e-mail programs, reading mail with PopMan is absolutely secure. There is no threat of executing dangerous code or being infected with viruses. You can direct PopMan to use local storage (settings are saved to an *.ini file), and save it to a floppy disk or USB memory stick. This means you can check your mail on any computer with internet access. PopMan is a Windows program but it can also be used on Linux with WINE. Why use PopMan? PopMan offers you features that are missing in most e-mail clients: List e-mails waiting on your server See the e-mails waiting on your incoming mail server and decide whether you want to download them to your computer. Delete unwanted e-mails Unwanted e-mails (mass mailing and other spam) can be deleted directly from the server, without having to download them at first. You can define rules to automatically delete e-mails based on their content. Check e-mail accounts in the background You can have PopMan run in the background and check your accounts at regular intervals. When new mail arrives, you will be notified immediately. ...
5/5 4,563 May 27, 2022
Christian Hübner
Scrollout F1
Scrollout F1 An easy-to-use anti-spam email gateway. Designed for Linux and Windows administrators without advanced email security experience. Its goal is to be as simple as possible. An easy to use, already adjusted email gateway (firewall) offering free anti-spam, anti-virus protection in order to secure all existing email servers, such as Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, Postfix, Exim, Qmail and more. Basic deployment in no time: In order to start using this application you need to cover only two steps, described in this basic CONFIGURATION guide CONFIGURE An email gateway (a.k.a. firewall) is a machine (physical or virtual) installed between Internet and the email server. Its primary role is to protect the email server by filtering incoming messages, via SMTP protocol, from Internet. Secondary, an email gateway may be used as an outgoing gateway in case you want to add some new email features which are not provided by older email servers. For instance, Exchange 2000 or 2003 has no DKIM signing and verification service - a quality improvement for message delivery. In order to start using this application you need to cover only the two steps of BASIC CONFIGURATION (points 1.1 and 1.2 below). 1. Basic configuration 1.1 CONNECT Set the network connection: IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS. 1.2 TRAFFIC You need to mention your domains and the responsible email server for each domain. Each domain must be unique, but the servers can have same value in case you are using one email server for multiple domains. The gateway system will become responsible for receiving emails that are addressed to all domains mentioned in this page and will forward the messages to the email servers. Optionally, in case you want ...
5/5 3,960 Jun 08, 2021
Marius Gologan
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