PowerMail, CMT Development’s “robust and sustainable alternative to ordinary Macintosh e-mail applications,” has been upgraded to version 4.0. The new version boasts 38 new features and 29 enhancements and it’s compatible with the upcoming Mac OS 10.2 (Jaguar) update that’s due Aug. 24.
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PowerMail 4.0 adds such new features as a “Recent Mail” interactive log window, partial POP3 downloads, SSL security, server-side mail management, an enhanced address book, a user interface redesign, text clippings and mail scheduling and locations. It’s
now available as a single disk image containing both Mac OS X and Classic versions. It runs as a 30-day demo and can be registered online. English, Japanese, French, German and Dutch versions are included and selected automatically based on the operating system language.
New copies of PowerMail are US$49. Version 4 is the first for-pay upgrade of PowerMail since April 2000; all current registered owners of PowerMail are eligible to upgrade for $29 per copy (with discounts for site licenses of course). Upgrades can be
ordered online. And make sure you enter the name of your own PMKey file (or your registration code found in the About box) in the appropriate field. Also, version 4.0 is a free upgrade for anyone who bought PowerMail 3.1.2 since April 15.