- OpenTV Email is part of iTV by OpenTV. "iTV is a customizable, Internet-based technology that is optimized for next- generation interactive television products and applications, including digital set-top boxes, televisions and information appliances."
- ebox by Espial. Espial Ebox is an e-mail client designed for Internet-connected, PersonalJava-enabled consumer devices. Its small core footprint of less than 120kb makes it an ideal choice for
the memory-constrained environments inherent to all consumer devices. Supports SMTP, IMAP4, POP3, and SMS.
- ICEsoft Email Client "is a Java™ based email client developed for embedded device implementations. Like all Java applications, it has the flexibility of deployment across a variety of platforms, and is easily implemented on any JVM and integrated into any Java application."
- Applix Anyware Office by VistaSource. Comprised of graphical tools for word processing and document publishing, spreadsheets, business graphics, graphics editing, data access and e-mail, with optional access to RDBMS, OLAP and/or real-time data, Anyware Office provides powerful office automation and decision-support solutions for corporate intranets and the Internet. Applix Mail is the e-mail component. They also make Applix Office for Unix/Linux/Win95/NT.
- Columba does POP/IMAP and ESMTP.
- Emerald Mail by Maccasoft. POP/IMAP/SMTP mail and NNTP newsreading.
- eXpressMail (url?)
- Grendel, part of the Mozilla project, does mail and news.
- ICEMail by ICE Engineering, Inc. (POP/IMAP/SMTP)
- J Street Mailer by Innoval (POP3/limited IMAP)
- MailFork by Tony Leung will retrieve messages from a POP server (leaving messages on server for future retrieval by a full client) and forward them via SMTP server to address of your choice. (Written for paging purposes, but could be used for other purposes).
- Mailpuccino by Kong Eu Tak (currently POP/SMTP, will be switching to IMAP, then eventually both IMAP and POP)
- MochaMail from Rockliffe
- MochaMail Desktop is a free IMAP client
- MUMail works within a Java-compliant browser (POP/SMTP)
- Personal Applications Suite E-Mail Client by Sun. The Personal Applications Mail client is a messaging client designed for the emerging generation of Internet-connected consumer devices. The application provides access to messaging services via an API, as well as providing an interface for accessing mailboxes and message creation, editing, and deletion. This product is designed to take advantage of all the capabilities inherent in smart phones, including e-mail via various transports (SMTP, POP3, IMAP4), synchronization of messages and mailboxes, and incoming mail notification. The mail client also supports various attachment types, including vCard (contacts), iCalendar (appointments), GIF, JPEG, HTML, and text.
- Plasma (IMAP4) opensource
- Polarbar Mailer supports POP and IMAP.
- PopKorn by Sandeep Mukherjee lets you check and retrieve messages from a POP server.
- StarOffice by Star Division does mail and news, as well as word processing, spreadsheet,
graphic and presentation programs, event scheduler, an equation generator, and an HTML editor. Comes in Windows, OS/2, Unix, and Linux versions.
- ByProxy helps you deal with e-mail/newsgroup spam, encrypt (PGP) your e-mail, send anonymously, and more. Also has "Email Historian" which archives all incoming/outgoing e-mail headers.
- JavaMail by Waqas Shafiq is a small program to let you send messages.
- JEM (Junk E-mail Manager) by Waqas Shafiq lets you delete mail from your POP3 server without downloading it.
- MailFaces "is a Java application that will watch your Mail Server mailbox and display a set of images that represent the originator of the e-mail. It makes use of the PIcon DataBase which contains thousands of images representing computer users and organizations."
- SweetMail downloads and lets you view your Hotmail account.
- Vasile has send and read applets, and a utility to let you read mail behind a firewall.
- JSpell by The Solution Cafe, Inc. " enables spell checking inside of Java applets and applications, as well spell checking HTML form contents. The spell check is a client server process. We have source code available."
- SpellCheck Server by XDE.
- DixieMail by James Ghofulpo (POP/SMTP/password)
- Dwarf Mail Server "is a full-featured mail server developed on the Java platform, implementing SMTP, POP3 and IMAP4rev1 protocols.
It provides support for rich application message processing via pluggable mail filters and agents, as well as full handling of virtual domains for the SMTP/POP3/IMAP4 protocols, and is free of charge for the binary redistribution."
- Ichabod "is a mail server written entirely in Java. It supports SMTP and POP3. It is administered via the web, or via email. Ichabod is extensible. You can add your own email processing functionality by subclassing. Existing subclasses include Mailing Lists, Forwarders, Email Administration, Heartbeat Notifications, etc."
- JAMES The Java Apache Mail Enterprise Server (a.k.a. Apache James) is a 100% pure Java server, designed to be a complete and portable enterprise mail engine solution based on currently available open protocols (SMTP, POP3, NNTP).
- jServe by EveryDay Objects, Inc. (POP/SMTP, web, and ftp now; IMAP, DNS, and finger soon).
- KOM 2000 chat/forum (and looks like it will have some mailing list gateway capabilities). "KOM 2000 is a simple, light-weight, and efficient groupware product providing different-time communication (forums) and same-time communication (chat)."
- MochaMail Pro does web-mail with ability to check remote POP3/IMAP4 accounts, whereas MochaMail Lite is a free web-mail server that has ability to check pop accounts.
POP3 Gateway - E-mail middleware for remotely hosted websites by J.A. Korsmeyer, Inc. POP3 to SMTP gateway and XMLdb extractor - POP3 Gateway is the leading platform independent solution for automatically replicating e-mail, e-commerce data and webform submissions from remotely hosted websites into servers on your local LAN over any type of Internet connection including dial-up.
- Postmaster downloads mail from your domain's ISP for later POP retrieval by your users.
- ThinAirServer by ThinAir Apps. The ThinAir Server platform is a software solution that lets you deploy wireless access to the critical data your users need.
Bundled with the server "out of the box" are ready-to-use applications that give you secure, real-time access to popular
messaging and groupware platforms. With ThinAir Server's Groupware access for Microsoft Exchange Server®, Lotus®
Domino Server, or any POP or IMAP messaging system, you can begin realizing immediate benefits of any time, anywhere
access to information.
- TunnelKing by SpanielSoftware allows a passage through the corporate firewall without breaching existing security. It allows non-web communication through firewalls configured to allow only web communication, and without breaking the rules set by the firewall administrator. It lets the administrator keep security tight without restricting services to corporate employees. Tunnel King currently supports USENET and other NNTP news servers, mail (both SMTP and POP3) as well as simple text-based communication such as chat systems. Other protocols can be written to order.
- JMonitor by TASMAN CONSULTING LTD monitors your servers.
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