- Works anywhere.
As long as you can access the web server using a browser, you can
use AnyEMail. No need to have direct TCP/IP access, works through
a proxy, even a firewall.
- Can access
any email accounts you have. Great if you have multiple email
accounts on different POP3 servers.
- Can send
email to anyone using any of your email accounts, including attachments.
- Easy to use.
No setup, just enter email addresses of your POP3 account. You can
access multiple accounts at the same time, just popup another browser
window, and go the URL for the CGI program.
Because most of the work is done on the web server, which has fast
internet connection and fast CPU.
- Small disk
usage. AnyEmail does NOT store emails on the web server.
- Can use SSL
(secure socket layer), just use https to access the CGI
script, and your email is secured. This is a great protection when
your e-mail may be intercepted between the web server and your browser.
A single script can be running different configuration files, which
can specify completely different parameters, such as SMTP server and
look & feel UI parameters.