Tired of setting up your e-mail account on every computer you use?
Would you like to be able to simply open a Web browser, log in and get your mail?
Browser Express may be the solution to your problem.
Installation of Browser Express is easy; just copy three files over to your CGI-capable Web server. After a little modification to the BrowserExpress.ini file, you should be able to check your mail on any computer with an Internet connection and a Web browser. No client software is needed.
The simple Web page interface allows you to send and receive text and binary attachments, gives you multiple language support, and is firewall-proxy and SSL-compliant.
You can also customize images and the interface, and integrate banner ads for corporate branding.
Although installationis simple, configuring by editing a text file can be a little tricky. This should not be a problem with experienced users, but it may cause problems for the rookie.
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