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Clyton 6.0

An email client with advanced security and spam filtering features.

Clyton





  • Version:6.0
  • Date Added:11/12/2011 6:25:16 AM
  • License:Shareware
  • Price:$25
  • Total Downloads:238
  • Last Week Downloads:2
  • Operating System:Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000/2008/98/Me/NT

Publisher's description

Clyton Clyton is an email client with advanced security and spam filtering features. The spam filter is highly configurable and supports DNS blacklist checking (DNSBL). Expect 85% of spam to be eliminated with the Default configuration. Email that is suspicious but not obviously spam can be quarantined for 24 hours and then retested. The built-in address book supports personalized mass-mailings. Received email cannot run scripts, download Multimedia, or use Embedded Objects without the user's approval. Other features include encrypted storage, whitelisting, powerful HTML editor, attachment viewer, message drag and drop, custom message templates, SSL encryption, and much more. Key Features * Built-in address book supports custom fields and import/export. * Send personalized mass mail to a filtered set of address book contacts. * Supports text search in a single folder or globally. * Whitelisting prevents false positives by the spam engine. Whitelisted senders and address book contacts are never treated as spam. * Supports message templates with merged fields. * Message drag & drop supported. * Attachment viewer supports a wide variety of image formats, HTML, and MIME. Images can be zoomed in and out. * Multithreaded design keeps the user interface responsive. Receiving, sending, and spam checking are performed in the background by worker threads. * Compose email formatted in HTML with a powerful editor. Includes spell-checking. * Supports both POP3 and IMAP4 Mail Server protocols.

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