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Pelegrine Bulk Email Engine (PBEE)

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Pelgrine Bulk Email Engine is a multithreaded bulk email engine with database and flatfile access features. PBEE has a built in template parser, and supports unlimited SMTP servers in a round robin, load balanicing fashion. 100% PureJava.

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Email

License

BSD License

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    The specs sound like this will be a great project! I am very excited to try it out. But I have no idea how to even start it up, lol. Are there any resources that I can use or documentation in any way that I could take a peek at? I would love to look into this!

    Posted 04/06/2013
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Information Technology, System Administrators, Telecommunications Industry

User Interface

Cocoa (MacOS X), Web-based, Win32 (MS Windows), X Window System (X11)

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2003-07-03

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