3. At least one IMAP or POP3 server.
While IMP is an application that is installed on a Web server and is run from a Web browser, it is only an IMAP and POP3 *client*, like Eudora or Outlook Express. You must have access to an IMAP or POP3 server (or multiple servers) on which your users' mail is stored in order to use IMP.
IMAP is recommended over POP3 in order to let users maintain mail folders other than INBOX.
Blat is a Public Domain (generous aren't we?) Windows NT console utility that
sends the contents of a file in an e-mail message using the SMTP protocol.
Blat is useful for creating scripts where mail has to be sent automatically
(CGI, backups, etc.) To use Blat you must have access to a SMTP server via
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