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Afian is a webmail client designed for customer support communication. It lets you combine messages from multiple email accounts from one or different email providers into one inbox. It also facilitates sharing single email accounts with multiple users, while keeping the users from replying twice to the same message. It provides easy access to every communication with every customer. As no messages are deleted from the server, Afian can be used in parallel with any other email programs.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  06 Oct 2004 11:47

    Release Notes: Compatibility with Web hosting services has been improved. The Web-based installation process has been simplified, and detection of server types has been enhanced. The "publish folders to the Web" feature has been removed to simplify the interface.

    •  10 Aug 2004 10:37

      Release Notes: An installation wizard was added. An option to create user groups was added (user accounts now inherit the permissions of groups). The graphical interface of the file manager was enhanced, and the context menus were simplified. The pull-down menu now works on Safari. A calendar was added to the "user logs" section. In addition, security was improved.

      •  20 Apr 2004 15:22

        Release Notes: A description view has been added. Keeping the mouse over an icon and pressing D lets users view and edit descriptions.


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