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Magellan Pro

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Current Version: 1.5.1 / 1.5.3 (November 29, 2004)

Magellan is a multilingual email client ($35, shareware) that offers a number of unique features, such as:

  • Send and receive multilingual e-mail. Any languages will correctly be sent and received.
  • Send and receive e-mail message containing any plural languages.
  • Not only unicode but newly created MultiScript encoding is adopted.
  • Read messages in "View." View is an epoch-making management way of e-mail messages, different from folder or filter system.
  • Work under less RAM than other e-mail software and has an appplication size of only 1.1MB.

Although no information is available regarding what's new in version 1.5.3, version 1.5.2 added/changed the following:

  • Better support for OS X 10.3 Panther.
  • Improve Error recovery.
  • Improve Spellchecker relations.
  • Fix the Font list bug in Panther.

Magellan Pro requires Mac OS 8.6 or later and Text Encoding Converter 1.3.1 or later.

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Related Links

Andrew Starr has a marvelous page of Eudora plug-ins and enhancements that Eudora users must check out. His entire site (known as eMailman) is worthwhile for every email junkie out there.

Graham Orndorff has written a superb collection of articles on setting up email servers and secure email clients on Mac OS X.

Adam Engst has put together a comprehensive overview of email attachment formats that is invaluable for anyone who wants or needs to understand the complexities behind them.

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