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Title rymo
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Price Free (GPL)
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Category PHP » Scripts and Programs » Email Systems » Web-based Email
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Description rymo, stands for Read Your Mail Online, is mail2web gateway. It uses a POP3-Server for reading and PHP internal mail functions for sending mail.

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