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metamail

A public-domain Unix utility that composes and decomposes a MIME message on the Internet. Mail programs use metamail to decode non-text messages they cannot handle themselves. See MIME.
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Based on a new storage technique, MetaMail greatly reduces the burden of Unified Messaging on mail servers and provides outstanding data security and availability.
Metamail applications include branded direct marketing e-mail campaigns, automated response systems, bill presentment and newsletters, just to name a few.
This rating from Tucows is a solid endorsement, indicating that our product has the functionality and performance users are looking for in order to make their marketing efforts succeed," says Metamail CEO Scott Rankine.
With this release, Metamail expands its integration of the most popular e-mail client applications to include Microsoft Outlook Express and Netscape as well as Lotus Notes and Novell GroupWise.
The Metamail Enterprise Server enables e-marketers, call center operators, systems integrators and customer relationship management (CRM) vendors to deliver dynamic-looking WYSIWYG e-mail documents, complete with graphics, logos, signatures, photos, file attachments and richly textured papers.