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WHAT IS THE COST OF AGENT?
Agent is the #1 Windows news and mail reader on the Internet. The cost is $29.00
U.S. and includes:
- Download of Agent 1.0 (16-bit and 32-bit versions are available)
- Download of the Agent User Manual (electronic version)
- Email support for ninety days
Please check the system requirements for
these products before placing your order.
DO I PLACE MY ORDER?
HOW DO I PAY FOR MY
||We accept MasterCard, Visa, or American Express. Your order
will be approved within 1 day.
HOW IS MY ORDER SENT?
Once your order has been approved, you will receive an email confirmation
with instructions for downloading and activating the software as well as
information on receiving support.
WHAT IS AGENT 1.0?
Agent 1.0 is a fully supported news and mail reader that includes all
of the features and functionality of Free Agent 1.1 plus:
- Free technical support (via email)
- Multilingual spellchecker
- Basic email functionality (the ability to send and receive email)
- Use of SMTP and POP3 protocols for receiving email
- User-defined folders for mail and news
- Kill and watch filters
- MIME attachments
- Cross-post management
- Launching URLs
- Message sorting by thread, subject, author, date, or size
- Ability to skip or sample long messages
- Read/write newsrc files
- Import email messages from Pegasus and Eudora
- Progress indicator for downloading headers, bodies and attachments
- Improved mouse button behavior consistent with Win 95
- Decoding of uuencoded binary attachments from email
- Address Book
- Customizable toolbar
- MAPI support
- Available in 16-bit and 32-bit versions
ARE THE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS?
- IBM PC compatible 386 (or greater) computer.
- Windows 3.1 or greater, Windows 95, or Windows NT 3.5.
- 4MB RAM (8MB recommended for Windows 95).
- Approx. 10MB free disk space (actual space needed varies with usage).
- A TCP/IP driver that supports winsock 1.1 applications.
- Access to an NNTP news server. For posting email, access to an SMTP mail server.
- To use email, access to a POP3 or SMTP server for receiving email.
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