- Pentium 75 or higher PC system.
- Windows 98, Windows 95 OSR2, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 5 or higher.
- 16MB RAM (32 MB recommended).
- 5 MB of disk space.
- A JARING UUCP account.

What is the difference between Jmail and other UUCP server applications? The main difference is in the fact that Jmail sends its outbound e-mail to the ISP's SMTP server. Why? The ISP's UUCP server needs a longer time to deliver UUCP outbound mail. Jmail will still check your inbound e-mail from the ISP's host via UUCP. This means that you can still maintain the UUCP e-mail system which offers you multiple mailboxes and at the same time, enjoy the high e-mail delivery speed of a SMTP server.

- Netscape Navigator.
- Microsoft Exchange (Microsoft messaging).
- Microsoft Outlook/Express.
- Eudora Light and Pro up to V4.1.
- Pegasus Mail and much much more...

- Urgent mail may be delivered immediately to your ISP with the Priority feature.
- Remote commands allows you to change passwords, change or activate forwarding and other functions simply by sending an E-mail to Jmail.
- Mailboxes may have an auto-reply message and the auto-reply message may also contain attachments.
- Automatically forward mail to 10 email addresses, keeping a copy of the forwarded mail. You can even use the auto-reply feature with forwarding turned on.
- Connect to remote hosts via TCP/IP, using PPP via modem, ISDN or leased line.
- Automatically retrieve mail from external POP3 servers using Auto-MultiPOP3 and place them into your Jmail mailbox.
- View mail delivery activity.
- Very easy to install and administer.

 

Last updated 2 May 2003
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