Claros inTouch is an Ajax communication suite with key features such as webmail, address book, post-it notes, calendar (in progress), webdisk (in progress), built-in instant messenger and rss reader. It is the first open source web application which features built in spam protection and instant messaging capabilities together with web 2.0 technologies.
Claros inTouch has no connection with the software called "In Touch With" since "In Touch With" is a registered trademark of Prairie Group.
Ajax Webmail No page refreshes, fast and clean user interface, enhancing your e-mail experience.
Multi-language It supports many languages out of the box.
Instant Messenger Chat with your friends from any network while you are composing an e-mail.
Java It is Java software and utilizes JSP/Servlets with the well known J2EE technologies.
Platform Independent It is platform independent and can run on any Operating System & Architecture
Bayesian Spam Protection Built-in spam protection. It can identify junk mail on the fly. No setup needed!
Multi-protocol Supports both Pop3 and IMAP protocols. Supports both mbox and Maildir formats.
MIME Compatible Fully MIME compatible whilst both sending and receiving e-mail.
Contacts A full featured address book is included.
Post-it Notes Don't memorize things. Simply place a post-it note. It will stay where you left it.
RSS Reader Read news from your favorite RSS feed from the same interface.
Free Software It is free software, as in term "free as a bird". See gnu.org
Install the Java 2 SDK, version 1.4 or newer (from SUN). For details on how to install these components on your operating system, see the documentation that comes with them. You must install the Java SDK, not the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) that is also available from SUN.
Important : Claros In Touch 1.x and 2.x were tested with Java 1.4 and 1.5 only. Some features regarding file encoding were used that are not available with Java releases before 1.4.
Please note: FreeBSD users may need to setup new entropy sources in the O/S using...
I just had a play with the Claros inTouch demo, and other than the fact that my server isn't really set up to run Java pages it looks superb! - Keep up the great work. If I can get a copy working, I'll most definitely be switching to it!