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K-Mail

Send e-mails (with HTML, CSS, and much more) from your VB6 application.

3 stars Users' rating out of 1 reviews
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QK SMTP Server

Send e-mail from a local host directly to recipient mailboxes at high speed.

3.5 stars Users' rating out of 9 reviews
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Tiger Envelopes

Encrypt your e-mail messages to protect them securely.

3 stars Editors' rating on Feb 27, 2009
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871 total downloads
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Tiger Envelopes (OS X)

Encrypt your e-mail messages to protect them securely.

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Writing in rainbows

Kmail is an e-mail system for Kromofons, an alphabet in which the 26 English letters are represented solely by specific colors.

By May 30, 2007

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Alphabet changes color of communication

Inventor readies e-mail system based on an innovative alphabet in which the 26 English letters are represented solely by individual colors. Images: Making words colorful

By May 30, 2007

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Bug may expose encrypted e-mail

Weakness in open-source GnuPG cryptography technology could let miscreants tamper with digitally signed, "secure" messages.

By March 7, 2007

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Linux users say OS needs touch-up with Photoshop

In Novell survey that asks which programs should be ported to Linux, Adobe's software tops the list.

By February 6, 2006

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Mozilla previews e-mail program

The open-source group posts Thunderbird release candidate, but can it touch Microsoft?

By December 1, 2004

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KDE updates Linux desktop

The KDE Project has released version 3.3 of its Linux desktop interface software.

By August 19, 2004

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Novell to release enhanced Linux in fall

Upcoming release to fuse Novell technology with that acquired from Ximian and SuSE Linux.

By August 6, 2004

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Germany-funded Linux software arriving

KDE, one of the major interfaces designed to make Linux slick looking and easier to use, gets an upgrade, including the first results of work funded by the German government.

By January 30, 2003