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Jeremy Kitchen wrote:
> On Thursday 03 June 2004 09:31 pm, Troy E Bouchard wrote:
>>True, he never asked ... but I was trying to be helpful ... your reply
>>wasn't ... No not a shameless plug ... a helpful suggestion.
> That's fine.
>>VPOP3 has a webmail server with it. That is why I replied the way I
> what's this vpop3 and what webmail server are you speaking of?
Go to the site he is speaking off, and you can find:
"Our VPOP3 suite of software provides an extensive range of facilities
for sending, receiving and handling Internet and Internal email on your
company network. Addins are also available for network faxing, virus
scanning, etc" - http://www.pscs.co.uk/
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