|Fusemail:- http://www.fusemail.com/ Free Service.
Generally people are having multiple e-mail IDs for their separate needs; but it is inconvenient to manage all of them. One need to remember the passwords as well as it is difficult to access each of these mailboxes via the Web. As many of the popular free mail services do not have POP access, a user has no other alternative than reading the mails through the web interface. In this context, the `Fusemail' service assumes significance. It automatically fetches your mails from various mail services and stores them on its IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) mail server so that you can access them later either through your favourite mail client or Web. Here we just need to configure all mail accounts on Fusemail and through that all mail accounts can be checked. One can consolidate Hotmail, Yahoo, MSN, AOL and all POP3 mail accounts into a single interface. Fusemail will store all the mails with the Rule Settings so there is no need to reconfigure your email rules with every new PC or email client. One can use Outlook with Fusemail Plug-in; Fusemail Web Interface or any e-mail client that supports IMAP. The advantages are -
One can access Email, Address Book, Calendar, Notes, Journal, and Task list from anywhere.
Sometime there is a need to search the messages you have downloaded to another PC. As all emails are downloaded to Fusemail server, one can access, view, search, move, and delete from anywhere.
With FuseMail, all of your Calendar, Notes, Journal, and Task List folders are stored on the server. So one can view, setup appointments remotely, and delete from anywhere.
One can keep one centralized address book folder on FuseMail servers. You can add, edit, view, and delete the same contacts directly from MS Outlook on any PC.
The features of the software are-
Email Account Consolidator.
Server-side mail rules.
Autoresponders, Forwarders and Vacation Reply.
Server-side Address Book, Calendar, Notes, Tasks, Journal.
Domain Name Support.
DNS Management Interface.
Site of the Week:- http://www.computerworld.com/departments/technology/quickstudies/0,10817,all,00.html
Everyday you may come across new terms/concepts related to the IT world and it is common knowledge that even experts find it difficult to keep pace with the swift developments. Check out the 'All QuickStudies' page of the 'Computer World' that contains links to "concise" tutorials on various IT terms/concepts that include BIOS, Cookies, Data Mining, Dynamic HTML, Fighting Spam, Encryption, Intrusion Detection and MP3. People with varying skills — from the ones who do not even know such concepts as bits and bytes to expert programmers — will find this link useful.
That's all for this week. See you next week.