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New Email Client ‘Clyton’ Released by Gammadyne Corporation

New Email Client 'Clyton' Released by Gammadyne Corporation

Overland Park, Kansas (PRWEB) October 12, 2007

Gammadyne Corporation is announcing the first release of Clyton 1.0, an email client comparable to Outlook Express but possessing strong security and spam filtering features. Although priced for the general public, Clyton possesses the reliability and security required by businesses.

Key Features:

Advanced spam detection engine supports custom rules and DNSBL blacklisting (such as Spamhaus). Expect 85% of spam to be eliminated with the default configuration.
To ensure complete privacy, stored messages can be encrypted and mailboxes can be password protected.
Built-in address book supports custom fields and import/export.
Send personalized mass mail to a filtered set of address book contacts.
Connections to the mail server can be secured with SSL/TLS encryption.
Until permitted, HTML email is restricted from running scripts, loading embedded objects, and downloading media.
Supports text search (global and local).
Whitelist prevents false positives in spam engine.
Supports both POP3 and IMAP4.
Supports message templates with merged fields.
Message drag & drop supported.
Attachment viewer supports a wide variety of image formats, HTML, and MIME.
Multithreaded design keeps the user interface responsive. Receiving, sending, and spam checking is performed in the background by worker threads.
Compose email formatted in HTML with a powerful editor.

Please visit Clyton's home page for more details and to download the shareware version:

Product information:

Runs on Windows 98/NT/2000/ME/XP/Vista

Price is only $ 24.99 U.S.

Requires: 200Mhz CPU, 64 MB RAM, 10 MB hard disk space

Download Link:



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