Easily sync notes on your phone with your email, that way you can access your thoughts from any location. Write a note to yourself while out of work and still access the note by the “Notes” folder in your email client.
REVLY Notes Software
Postfix is a high-volume SMTP server created by Wietse Venema at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center. SMTP servers transport email over the Internet. Anytime someone sends an email they are using an SMTP server. Emails sent server-to-server also use SMTP. Postfix can be configured with additional components to reduce spam and viruses.
REVLY Notes Protocols
REVLY uses the IMAP protocol for notes. Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is a protocol for e-mail retrieval and storage developed by Mark Crispin in 1986 at Stanford University as an alternative to POP. IMAP, unlike POP, specifically allows multiple clients simultaneously connected to the same mailbox, and through flags stored on the server, different clients accessing the same mailbox at the same or different times can detect state changes made by other clients.