The line ‘free crypto browser extension for Firefox’ contains six of my favorite words within its seven-word construction, which is not bad going. In case you were wondering, for is the word that doesn’t float my boat, although others such as complexity, ‘key management’ and PGP which usually rub me up the wrong way when talking about client side encryption are noticeably absent. That is because [URL="http://www.freenigma.com"]Freenigma [/URL]has no place for them in its lexicon. Simply put, it is a free extension offering encryption for your webmail account when accessed via the Firefox browser and which works with Gmail, Hotmail …

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I am using cPanel webmail interface to acces my company's email but I was requested to change the webmail branding with my company logo and color theme. I found out there are 3rd party web mail application that I can plugin into cPanel but I cant find one. Can you help me customaize the webmail manually or point me which webmail application will do this for me? truck load of thanks :))

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Hi, I want to send no emails with attachments.But i dont know anything about sending emails.Im using windows 7 visual studio 2008. I was looking for help on internet. According to them I installed IIS.I think it is IIS 7. How to check the version of IIS? Also smtp is not Shown in IIS.It was mentioned IIS 7 does not provide smtp. Do i need to create any profile or somthing? Im new to this. PLZ help me with a link or help me to do this.

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Remember the [URL="http://abcnews.go.com/Business/story?id=3052158"]Great BlackBerry Email Debacle of 2007[/URL]? Yesterday's unexpected [URL="http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/08/11/systemwide-gmail-outage/"]Gmail outage[/URL] wasn't on quite the same scale, but if your business relies on Google's uptime to manage email, there were no doubt some tense moments around the water cooler. Was this a wake-up call for your company? Did it make you start thinking of Plan B, in the event your Gmail account ever goes around the bend and doesn't come back? Me too. Let's talk. According to the [URL="http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2008/08/we-feel-your-pain-and-were-sorry.html"]official blog post[/URL], a temporary outage in Gmail's contact system prevented email from loading properly. Although the team already fixed the …

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Although the Firefox Version 2.0 Beta is not actually released until Tuesday 11th, you can download the feature complete Windows public release candidate 1 build right now from the [URL="http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/bonecho-beta1-candidates/rc1/firefox-2.0b1.en-US.win32.installer.exe"]Mozilla FTP server[/URL]. Linux and Mac versions are also available, early reports suggesting that it works just fine with Intel based Macs at last. Apart from the integrated spell checker and anti-phishing filter, Firefox 2.0 adds horizontal scrolling for tabs and a revised options dialog. Most of the changes, though, are beneath the surface. Do not expect your existing extensions to work. Do expect your existing themes to be overwritten. Unless, …

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Here’s a question for you: being a clued up Internet user which browser client do you favour when it comes to being totally safe and secure on the web? The answer I know you are shouting loudly at the screen is ‘Firefox you freakin’ idiot’. But at the risk of being shot down in flames, literally, I have to say you’re sadly mistaken. There is no such thing as a totally safe and secure browser, and according to respected vulnerability statistics Firefox isn’t the closest thing you’ll find to one either. Let’s not lose grip on reality here, nobody is …

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Happy Birthday to Firefox! Mozilla.org today confirmed that November 9, 2004 was when it's popular web browser Firefox, was released at version 1.0 Today, the software is at revision level 1.0.7 (Mac, Windows, Linux), and the company is working on 1.5. The announcement website: [url]http://www.mozilla.org/press/mozilla-2005-11-9.html[/url] mentions a contest to "extend" Firefox by providing updates to popular extensions, and introduce brand new ones.

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Security researchers announced a new vulnerability for users of the Firefox 1.0.6 browsers on a Unix or Linux platform. The problem revolves around a security bug that could allow hackers to execute arbitrary shell commands if they can trick the user into accepting a malicious link on a website. The problem has been confirmed with RedHat Linux / Fedora Core 4, and Mozilla Firefox version 1.0.6. Users of Firefox on these systems are encouraged to upgrade to Firefox 1.0.7 Christian

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The Mozilla Foundation ([url]www.mozilla.org[/url]) has announced that Firefox 1.5 Beta 1 is due on September 8. Firefox is an alternative web browser to IE developed by the Mozilla foundation, the group of people who brought us Netscape and other fine utilities. Firefox is available for Windows, Macintosh (both OS 9 and OS X), and a variety of linux / unix solutions. Firefox does support RSS feeds, and features controls to block pop-up windows, and other security items. Christian

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I never realized how much publicity a handful of software developers could create with the release of one application. But they sure have made waves. [url=http://www.spreadfirefox.com]SpreadFirefox.com[/url], the Mozilla Foundation’s official promotion site for its Firefox web browser, reported today that over 80 million downloads have been made of the browser. Yeah. I know what [i]you’re[/i] thinking. “This is an open source project, there’s just no way to get 80 million downloads in under a year!

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According to Information Week (July 25, 2005), Firefox is facing a release delay. The article mentions that the Mozilla foundation has delayed the release of the next major version of Firefox until September. The current version of Firefox is 1.0.6 Firefox is a major alternative to Internet Explorer, the default web browser for Microsoft Windows, and to Safari, the default web browser of Apple's Macintosh line. Firefox is the default web broswer for RedHat/Fedora Linux (and it may be the default elsewhere -- your author has not installed many other forms of linux to know for sure). I personally enjoy …

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