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WapReader

WapReader provides a WAP-based interface for reading and writing email from mobile devices that support WAP 1.1 protocol. The program is used as a gateway between a WAP-enabled mobile device and a plain POP3/IMAP mail server. With WapReader, a user can read mail, compose new messages, and delete mail. It uses the IMAP or POP3 protocols for getting mail and the SMTP protocol for sending mail. WapReader does not require any SQL server, and is very easy to set up and configure even for an inexperienced webmaster. WapReader supports base64 and quoted-printable mail encodings and all charsets supported by iconv().

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  •  11 Feb 2005 14:04

    Release Notes: This release adds fixes to work with the disabled short_open_tag option, a connection tester, fixes for a bug with redirecting to a nonexistent message when the "delete and next" button was pressed (only in pop3 connections), and the number of unread messages in the folders list.

    •  05 Jun 2004 22:35

      Release Notes: Fixes were made to work with register_globals = 0. A bug with $ was fixed. A bug with spaces in folder names was fixed. The ability to run WapReader in HTML browser was fixed. The ability to move messages to the trash folder instead of deleting them was added. Delete and next buttons were added.

      •  31 Mar 2004 16:03

        Release Notes: Fixes were made so that the program would work with "register_globals" set to 0. The ability to fix the IMAP/POP3 host was added. The option to choose the number of folders to display per page was added. The option to choose the number of messages to display per page was added.

        •  04 Mar 2004 15:39

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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