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Remailer for Windows

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Key Details of Remailer

  • Set up a rule-based mailing system handling all your business alerts and notifications.
  • Last updated on 8/8/2013
  • There have been 4 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


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Developer's Description

Set up a rule-based mailing system handling all your business alerts and notifications.
Remailer is a rule-based message hub designed to serve as a central processor for redirecting-- or "re-mailing"--business alerts and notifications. The first iteration of Remailer was built way back in 2005, and over the years the product has been polished into an extremely powerful tool. Remailer polls POP3 mail accounts and collects the e-mail messages contained within them. Using rules that you define, Remailer then resends those e-mails via an SMTP server, altering content and destination as required. Additionally, alternate "Destinations" can be configured for writing the messages to text files, the Windows Event Log, and even outputting them as verbal announcements using Text-To-Speech technology.

Most modern applications--used for monitoring, backups--have extremely limited alerting capabilities. Put simply, the majority of products issue notifications 24x7, without any mechanism for coping with more complex requirements that users may have. Using Remailer, these problems are easily solved. Notifications are sent 24x7 to standard POP3 mail accounts which act as temporary "holding areas". Remailer then collects these notifications for further processing, based on rules configured by the Remailer administrator. By creating just a few simple Remailer rules, the desired result could easily be achieved, resulting in happier end-users, and much greater control of the lifecycle of your notifications. Download the fully-functional 30-Day trial of Remailer and see for yourself how powerful a solution it is.


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