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Q. What R:BASE versions support R:Mail 9.5?
A. R:Mail 9.5 includes the new plugin (.RBM) formated for R:BASE eXtreme 9.5. The Plugin is designed to work with both R:BASE eXtreme 9.5 (32) and eXtreme 9.5 (64).
Q. Does it matter which mail client (Eudora, Outlook, Pegasus, etc.) that I am using?
A. No. R:Mail works COMPLETELY independent of mail clients. R:Mail accesses your SMTP mail server directly.
Q. Does R:Mail 9.5 support Secure Sockets Layer and/or Transport Layer Security for encrypted SMTP email?
A. Yes. R:Mail allows users to send encrypted email messages using SSL and TLS protocols, with the OpenSSL Project files installed on the computer.
Q. How large of an attachment can I send?
A. Keep in mind that all servers have different limitations, and unless you know the limitations of your recipient's server, your message could bounce. R:Mail has worked successfully with attachments totalling 8 MB in size. Any attachment, or collective attachments that total more than 8 MB in size are to be sent at your discretion.
Q. How fast and how many messages is R:Mail capable of sending?
A. R:Mail's speed is completely dependent on your network's capabilities and the speed of your Internet connection. R:Mail will NOT flood the server with messages because it waits until each message is sent before returning focus back to R:BASE. Thus, it is perfectly safe to implement R:Mail in WHILE loops.
Q. Can I send embedded images within R:Mail?
A. Yes. Using the HTML format in the message body, you can embed an image that is stored on your Web server, or you can physically embed an image into the email message.
Q. Can I embed an entire file as the message body?
A. Yes. You can load the email message body from an external text file.