Adaptive Mailing List software implements a number of new features - Windows Software $90.
Adaptive Mailing List (AML for short) is a software applicaton the task of which is to distribute email messages among groups (a.k.a. Lists) of recipients. It is created on Microsoft technology (Windows, .NET) in order to be readily available to a majority of computer users in the world.
Main features which separate AML from the generic Mailing List programs are (the first 3 are crucial and unique in the industry):
Security & Cryptography:
Using Digital Signature to prove the authenticity of the sender separates an email sent by AML from the spamming crowd.
Adaptive Mailing List 2.0.5 5-May-05 English 2.4 MB
(Advanced antispam filters differentiate according to Digital Signature.) Using encryption serves the same purpose plus keeps the transmitted data secret. (Encryption of outgoing messages in available in the Secure Edition only.)
AML adapts to the life-rhytm of the recipient by allowing them to specify how often they are willing to receive messages from this mailing list. If messages come at a lower frequency, they are delivered directly, immediately; when frequency of messages rises they are aggregated and sent in blocks, Also the recipient decides how long messages and how large attachments they will tolerate.
If the same user should receive a message through several Lists on the same AML server only one copy is delivered. This makes it possible to send messages across a selection of lists without angering recipients by multiple copies of the same message.
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- Software Download from Commtact.com
- WinME, Win2000, WinXP, Win2003
- Install and Uninstall
- Major Update
- Requirements: Pentium 300MHz, 128MB RAM