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    14= Features =
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    912 * Easy  operation using toolbar buttons, menus, keyboard and drag&drop  functionality.
    1013 * Basic e-mail functions: Read, Write, Reply,  Forward and Bounce mail
    11  * Four standard folders: Incoming,  Outgoing, Sent and Trash.
     14 * Six standard folders: Incoming,  Draft, Outgoing, Sent, Trash and Spam.
    1215 * Any number of user-definable folders,  which can be compressed and/or encrypted via own passwords set.
    1316 * Hierarchical  ordering of folders.
     
    2831 * Automatic  sorting of the post with an unlimited number of filters. Archiving or  diversion of specified articles, automatic replies or the deletion of  advertising are just a few of the possible applications of the filters.
    2932 * Event-sensitive  starting of macros and comprehensive ARexx support.
    30  * Freely  customisable interface, thanks to MUI 3.x.
     33 * Freely  customisable interface, thanks to MUI.
    3134 * Usable on either an  own screen or on any public screen configured in MUI.
    32  * Context-sensitive  online help system, using help bubbles and !AmigaGuide documentation.
     35 * Context-sensitive  online help system, using help bubbles and online documentation.
    3336 * Context  sensitive menus for direct operations on each mail.
    3437 * Localised  to many languages.
     
    5255 * internal maildir  format like mail management by storing each mail in a separate file.
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    54 = Supported RFCs =
    55 Right from the beginning of  the open source era of YAM, we tried to make YAM more compliant to well  accepted standards like the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Request_for_Comments RFC - Request  for Comment] papers available for defining internet relevant  standards. The following list should give you a short overview of the  RFCs YAM tries to be compliant to.
     57= Supported RFC s =
     58Right from the beginning of  the open source era of YAM, we tried to make YAM more compliant to well  accepted standards like the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Request_for_Comments RFC - Request  for Comment] papers available for defining internet relevant  standards. The following list should give you a short overview of the  RFC s YAM tries to be compliant to.
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    5760 * [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc976 RFC 976]   - UUCP Mail Interchange Format Standard