mail-aware application

mail-aware application
   Any application with the ability to send and receive e-mail. Applications in the document management, groupware, and workflow categories all use e-mail to interconnect users and help with the flow of information.
   This integration of e-mail is made possible in part by APIs such as Microsoft's Messaging API and Novell's Message Handling Service.
   Sometimes known as a message-enabled application.

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