International Windows email software
Internet (POP3 or IMAP4, SMTP):
- Japanese: emailman.software.clients.japanese newsgroup (accessible via web or newsreader)
- Becky! by RIM-Arts Software Laboratory (Japanese or English)
- Eudora by Qualcomm (POP3/IMAP4/SMTP/Ph/LDAP) French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and Japanese
- FreeXP, maintained by Michael Heydekamp, is likely the most used CrossPoint derivative and is still actively developed. Supports POP, SMTP, and NNTP.
- CrossPoint (XP) Original version by Peter Mandrella, who ceased
development and published the source code at the end of 1999. CrossPoint
is an offlinereader for DOS from Germany that has also english resource
files, so that it is possible for international to use it without
difficulties. Furthermore it's being developed by several development
teams. CrossPoint always needs a client/converter for different types of
access: BBS (Fido, QWK and some other german-based systems) and internet
access with SMTP, POP3 and NNTP. These clients come either for DOS
(UKA_PPP, UKAD), Win9x (UKAW, XPNews, VSOUP and others), OS/2 or Linux.
CrossPoint in its further developed versions (see below) is MIME-aware
and - depending on the version - interpretes a lot of different charsets
- Netscape Communicator comes with an e-mail client. French, German, Japanese (check for more). Free to download, or purchase CDs and/or technical support)
- Opera international downloads (Swedish)
- Outlook Express by Microsoft:
- Pimmy (Italian) by Geminisoft does mail and news. Also can chat with Pimmy users on the same LAN. " Pimmy is less then 400K and the program consists in only one executable file. The program itself and all the documentation in HTLM format are contained in a compressed .zip file less than 200K. Pimmy has been written using C++ language with no external libraries, so it is very fast and small. Pimmy takes advantage of multithreading (more tasks of the same process executed at the "same" time) so many operations are faster. In addition all operations do not "block" the user interface, so the user can always stop Pimmy."
- PostMe German
- VNI-WebEye "Especially designed to help you read Vietnamese E-mail and Web pages on the Internet with ease."
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