Internet Mail Access Protocol

Internet Mail Access Protocol

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(computer science)
An Internet standard for directly reading and manipulating e-mail messages stored on remote servers.
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Webmail Direct eliminates the cost and slower performance commonly associated with the software gateways required to translate Post Office Protocol (POP) and Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) into HTTP.
Extensive Standards Support -- Support for Internet protocols such as Post Office Protocol 3 (POP), Internet Mail Access Protocol 4 (IMAP), Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
The two companies hope to release a product next year which will combine Sendmail's support for simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP) with MessagingDirect's implementations of post office protocol (POP3) and internet mail access protocol (IMAP4).
With the addition of Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) client access license options, the benefits of Cisco Unity can now be extended to organizations using IMAP-based email systems for PC access to all Cisco Unity voicemail messages within their email client.
The Company's best-known product, InsightConnector(TM) provides connectivity for Microsoft(R) Outlook with Internet Mail Access Protocol while interoperating with Exchange.
Interpath is leveraging Netscape(R) Messaging Server Hosting Edition and Netscape(R) Directory Server software to provide network administrators with a reliable and scalable enterprise message system based on the emerging Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory standards.
Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAPv4) support for POP and SMTP mail servers, giving users the convenience and flexibility of viewing e-mail without downloading to their computer; and an email message storage system capable of conducting server-side searches using Apple's V-Twin technology -- offering users fast accessibility to information on the server.
Both Mediagate's iPost unified communications solution and Mirapoint's Internet messaging products are based on Internet standards and are compliant with messaging protocols such as Internet Mail Access Protocol 4 (IMAP4).
9 messages per second using Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) on a 4x200MHz Pentium(R) Pro processor based computer.
It also has built-in security and supports industry standard such as Post Office Protocol (POP), Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
The Alliance's advanced messaging server platform is powerful software for hosting and managing large-scale Internet messaging services such as web mail, Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP)-based email and unified messaging.
It supports Post Office Protocol (POP3) and Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP4), the standard protocols for Internet electronic mail client applications; Simple Message Transport/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (SMTP/MIME) and X.

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