(Also see the Changes in version 3.2)
Security and Privacy.
JBMail uses smart technology choices to eliminate the security and privacy
hazards found in other mail clients, without sacrificing interoperability.
For instance, HTML is stripped to plain text and not rendered.
Full SSL/TLS support.
Secure Sockets Layer and Transport Layer Security use state-of-the-art encryption
to protect POP3 and SMTP communications from eavesdropping and spoofing. Provided
by the industry standard OpenSSL.
Virus protection. Multiple
levels of defense against viruses, worms and trojans. Safety features include a
file block list and executable file SanityCheck.
Junk mail filtering. JBMail
includes powerful junk/spam filtering capabilities, including whitelist and blacklist,
heuristic custom filters, and even header pattern matching.
Portability. Fits on a floppy
disk; no install required. No local mail storage, and no registry keys created.
Messages can be viewed and saved/archived in plain text format to guarantee
cross-client and cross-platform compatibility.
POP3 access lets you read and delete mail directly on server without downloading
everything. Light-weight software is nimble even on old computers!
Supports POP3 and SMTP; MIME; base64
and UUencoded attachments; ISO-8859-1 (Latin1) Western European characters; and many
other standard features.
Only in JBMail Plus:
Ability to save multiple profiles and message flags/states. Mail is still kept on the
The Setup window and Inbox window (showing an active session over SSL)
Also see the Online Manual. Learn about MD5 and PGP signatures.
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The free trial version of JBMail never expires or nags for registration. The
limitations are that: (1) it can only save one profile to disk, and (2) message
flags (read, replied to states) are not retained between sessions. In all other
respects the free trial version is identical to the full version.
The full version (JBMail Plus) can save multiple profiles to disk, without
limit, and retains all message flags/states in all profiles. This makes JBMail
much more convenient for frequent use since you can painlessly access multiple
mail accounts and see at a glance which messages you have already read and
replied to. The software can be ordered online by credit card; our orders
are processed by ShareIt.
|PRICE STRUCTURE (in U.S. Dollars)
Volume discounts for JBMail version 3.2
|Single user license
|2 - 9 licenses
|10 - 24 licenses
|Over 25 licenses
|Larger site license
||Available upon request
|Prices are subject to change without notice.
JBMail Plus can be ordered online
from PC-Tools.Net. The software is automatically delivered by e-mail upon receipt of
payment (credit card, cheque, wire transfer). BENEFITS: Registered users receive
JBMail Plus, a more capable version of the software. Customers can also enjoy 1 year free
technical support by e-mail as well as free upgrades for 3 years.
Reviews, Awards and Recognition
JBMail, previously one of the Internet's "best-kept secrets" is rapidly gaining popularity as a serious
Internet business and tech tool. It's worth mentioning that the new SSL/TLS support
and advanced mail filtering capabilities have just been added in mid-2003, and have not yet been
JBMail is sure to draw much more attention with increased worldwide awareness of the need for security and privacy in e-mail.
If you know of a newsletter, magazine article, or other review that mentions JBMail please contact us.
Thailand's c9c networks exclusively recommends JBMail to its customers. As of summer 2003, "JBMail 3.2 is the only one e-mail software for full security recommended by c9c"
Adams Telco, an ISP for Illinois and Missouri (USA) recommends JBMail to its customers as a way to clean up mailboxes
JBMail was reviewed in the July 17, 2003 issue of Lockergnome, an extremely
popular tech newsletter. Meryl wrote: "it's for people on the go that need a way to portably manage e-mail... It's lightweight and ideal as a secondary e-mail client."
JBMail is advertised on a promotional T-shirt produced by tinyapps.org, a site that celebrates "very small software for your PC" (2003)
JBMail was reviewed and distributed on CD along with the February 2002 issue of UK's (IDG) PC Advisor Magazine
JBMail was reviewed in the January 2002 issue of Finland's MikroPC Magazine
A lengthy review of JBMail was published in the December 2001 issue of Switzerland's PC-tip Magazine. JBMail has also been
distributed on CD alongside the magazine, and has been a Top 10 download at the web site.
Alan Winstanley reviewed JBMail in the November 2001 issue of UK's Everyday Practical Electronics Magazine,
and wrote: "JBMail works very well and in terms of time saved, it has proved to be a good investment for a busy Internet worker."
JBMail is listed at thefreesite.com,
home of "the Web's Best Freebies"
JBMail 3.2 has received a 5-star rating at Soft32.com
JBMail was reviewed in the April 2001 issue of the Quickbytes newsletter. Bill Platt wrote:
"I have used this application extensively since first downloading it... JBMail is awesome! Get your copy today."
Thiravudh Khoman reviewed JBMail for tprthai.net in May of 2000