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jmailto
jmailto is a tiny Java Applet which can be used to replace HTML's native "mailto:" tag. It aims to prevent Spam bots and harvesters from automatically collect (your) E-Mail addresses by searching the HTML source code of your page.
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RMail
RMail is a set of Java library and applets for sending and receiving e-mails. It supports SMTP, POP3 and MIME 1.0, and allows you to send text, html, attachments, images, etc. You may also send alternative versions in one e-mail (e.g. text and html). Includes applets and servlets for your web site and source code on registration. For jdk 1.1 or later
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CRSMail
CRSMail is an 100% JAVA based E-Mail server. Features include: SMTP, POP3, Plugins, Can listen on multiple or non-standard ports, Log's everything to a log file, Configured by a text file, and Tested on both JDK1.1.8 and JDK1. CRSMail has been tested on Windows 98/NT, but should work on any other platforms.
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VasSendMail
This is a sendmail applet. This applet allows you to send an e-mail directly from a web page. The mail can be sent to anyone in the world. This applet uses and implements SMTP send mail protocol.
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VasReadMail
This is a read mail applet which allows you to access and read email of your POP3 accounts right from your Web page. This applet uses and implements POP3 read mail protocol.
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tMail
tMail is a simple and free mail applet that allows you to send a mail in a applet (or an application). All java source code available.
(9 ratings)
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MUMail
MUMail is a Java applet designed to let you read your mail from your home page. So you can read your mail when there is no mail reader available, or if you don't want to change the configuration of someone else's mail reader. All you need is a Java 1.1 compliant Web browser. Features include: Easy to use GUI, Nice art work, POP3 protocol support, SMTP protocol support, MIME compliant, Support for most common body part types including text, multipart, image, audio, and application-octetstream, Extendable through user supplied MIME classes, and more.
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