Opensource fork of Mystic BBS, Copyright 1997-2013 By James Coyle. This project is derived from Mystic BBS V1.10 A38, which was released onto Sourceforge under the GPL. Mystic BBS has since been removed from Sourceforge and has returned to a closed source development model. Guardian BBS is hereby forked to keep the Opensource code alive and available for everyone under the terms of the GPL in which it was released.
An effort to develop an E-mail verification system that would make it impossible for people to get away spoofing other people's E-mail identities without permission to do so.
Tool for importing and exporting records into the Mac OS X Address Book. Comma Separated Value (CSV) formats will be supported initially, although other formats may be added. Currently, only the Microsoft Outlook CSV format is supported.
If you have a free e-mail at www.inbox.net then this program will tell you how many new e-mails you have. It stays in the systray and you can also see how many new messages since last check.
The ListServer is an application for serving up lists of "items" and their contents via an internet connection. All the usual suspects, FTP, HTTP, SMTP, NNTP etc are supported. The "items" can be anything. Designed for the santiagobis egroup.
JavInspector, a Java Class Inspector...
JunkMatcher: A Cocktail-styled Spam Filter for Mail.app in Mac OS X
This is an application for Keene State College (www.keene.edu) students to receive near real-time alerts when they receive emails. As KSC uses the CampusCruiser system, it is not possible to use Outlook or Thunderbird, so this provides a solution.
LIMeTool (pronounced like the fruit), is intended to be a simple and easy interface for managing accounts on an integrated Sendmail/LDAP/Cyrus IMAP installation. It's written in PHP and is realitively easy to configure and expand.
MacBlaze is an open source project for porting the functionality of the Classic Mac listserver application Autoshare over to Mac OS X utilizing freeware compilers such as FreePascal and GNU Pascal.
A plugin for the MacOS X Mail application that adds the ability to fetch mail stored on a httpmail (Hotmail) server
The mail2ipod utility is written completely in Python, and it's meant as a pda replacement. Wouldn't it be nice if you can use IMAP to sync all your email every morning and read it on the bus while going to work? Anyway, many future improvements to com
MailForm is a generic backend for CGI scripts, which takes form input and delivers the results via e-mail.
MailManager is designed to solve the problems companies have as the volumes of email they receive increase such as making sure email goes to the right person, making sure it is answered on time, ensuring information in email boxes is shared within th
MailScanner is an email virus scanner, vulnerability protector and spam tagger. It is written in Perl for any Unix/Linux system. It supports the Postfix, Sendmail, Exim and ZMailer MTAs, and any combination of 17 different virus scanners.
MailSig.app is a small software which lets you use external files as signature files in the application Mail.app of Mac OS X.
Mailcash if a plugin for Apple's Mail program that provides hashcash support - that is, verification and generation of hashcash stamps. Refer to <http://www.hashcash.org/> for more information about Hashcash.
A mail reporting and enumeration tool in the style of biff/buffy/xbuffy.
MitMail is a program that checks abv.bg for new messages. WITHOUT pop3.
A very simple but full POP3 mail client in PHP.
Myocastor is a simple, fast, functional and multiplatform email client
Myocastor is a simple, fast, functional and multiplatform email client. The project is abandoned.
Java customer request tracking software for support department. Easy to extend and integrate into existing infrastructure.
ngc is an attempt to introduce a new way of visualizing multiple communication channels like email, chat or social networks in a central place.
Nikita is a peer-to-peer PIM. It will offer all the same benefits of the standard PIMS (such as Outlook or Chandler) but will not require a central server. Items can be marked as Calendar, Task, Email, etc... or any combination of those. Silos be gone!