Mozilla Thunderbird. Mozilla Thunderbird is a free, open source, cross-platform email, news, and chat client developed by the Mozilla Foundation.
The project strategy was modeled after Mozilla Firefox, a project aimed at creating a web browser. On December 7, 2004, version 1.0 was released, and received more than 500,000 downloads in its first three days of release, and 1,000,000 in 10 days. On July 6, 2012, Mozilla announced the company was dropping the priority of Thunderbird development because the continuous effort to extend Thunderbird's feature set was mostly fruitless.
The new development model is based on Mozilla offering only "Extended Support Releases", which deliver security and maintenance updates, while allowing community to take over the development of new features. Features Message management Junk filtering Extensions and themes Standards support List of supported IMAP extensions: File formats supported Cross-platform support Outlook Web Access. Outlook Web App (OWA), originally called Outlook Web Access and before that Exchange Web Connect (EWC), is a webmail service of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 and later.
Outlook Web App comes as a part of Microsoft Exchange Server or Microsoft Office 365. Uses Outlook Web App is used to access e-mail (including support for S/MIME), calendars, contacts, tasks, documents (used with SharePoint or in 2010, Office Web Apps), and other mailbox content when access to the Microsoft Outlook desktop application is unavailable.
In the Exchange 2007 release, OWA also offers read-only access to documents stored in Microsoft SharePoint sites and network (UNC) shares.  Microsoft provides Outlook Web App as part of Exchange Server to allow users to connect remotely via a web browser. Outlook Web App also is used to function on Microsoft Office 365, with use of Microsoft Lync and SharePoint document sharing. Functionality Comparison to alternative web-based groupware OAuth Authorization Model. OAuth is a simple, secure, and quick way to publish and access protected data (photos, videos, contact list).
It's an open authorization model based primarily on existing standards that ensures secure credentials can be provisioned and verified by different software platforms. In other words, OAuth allows you to share your private resources stored on one site with another site without having to hand out your user name and password.
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