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I was just wondering if anyone has tried out James. Just to fool around, I installed it on my WinME machine and within 10 minutes I turned my PC into a working e-mail server. Very neat and easy.
 
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hi ther,,
i do agree but it dosent supports IMAP and has some bugs and more over see the performance...and they are planning to change the architecture of JAMES...
 
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