I wrote this applet to learn more about JDK 1.1 while creating something useful for others to use. I often do consulting work, so contact me if you are starting an interesting project and need help.
In order to check your e-mail, you'll need to know the name of the POP-3 server where you get your mail, as well as your user name and password. Your Internet service provider or network administrator will have this information. This information can be entered on the Configuration tab.
To send outgoing e-mail, you need to fill in the name of your SMTP server. Again, find this information from your current setup, your ISP, or your network administrator.
For those of you without Java, here's a screen capture of what
This applet is over 600k, so it takes a while to download.
You'll need a web browser which supports JDK 1.1 to view this applet. Web browsers which support JDK 1.1 include:
Some browsers don't support JDK 1.1, such as:
This program was written with Borland's excellent JBuilder Client/Server development environment. Commercial licenses are available.
My home page includes links to information about me, including my other Java applets.
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