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Infinite Data Systems launches MailForge e-mail app

updated 07:20 pm EDT, Wed June 10, 2009

MailForge e-mail client

Infinite Data Systems has launched MailForge, a Euroda-style e-mail application formally known as Odysseus. The software provides users with a place to send, manage and store HTML or text e-mails, along with a search field to help find e-mails and controls for the timing of outgoing messages. MailForge can be used in either a multi-window or tabbed interface, and offers customizable features such as message redirection and and junk-mail filters.

Other functions allow users to manage both POP3 and IMAP accounts, or use UTF-8 encoding for sent messages.

MailForge requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 or higher and is currently available for a discounted price of $20 until June 15th. Afterwards the price will increase to $40 per copy, with discounted rates starting at $20 for education, government, and non-profit organizations.







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  1. JackWebb

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Odd

    It is interesting that the interface elements are not properly aligned and spacing is not right. I don't mean to characterize this project by a few screenshots but it seems like if attention isn't given to these things yet, I'm concerned about other things. Still I support the idea of a good original Eudora replacement.

    MacNN editors: It's Eudora, not Euroda

  1. Le Flaneur

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    don't trust them!

    I followed this project from the beginning, and I wouldn't trust my mail with this program. The developers kept making outlandish claims for themselves ("The fusion of design and technology" -- in a clone written in RealBASIC, no less), didn't make a single deadline that they established. The betas were sub-alphas and the project has ended about 15 months from the initial projected completion date. Most importantly, what is the point of copying someone else's program?

  1. Geobunny

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Infinity not Infinite

    The company name is Infinity Data Systems, not Infinite.

  1. tjchambers

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Euroda?

    Don't you mean Eudora?

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