>-more than one email adress (as from) to be sent.
This is unclear. I don't know of any mail client that allows more than
one "from" address. A mail can only come from one sender after all. OTOH,
I don't know of any that don't allow multiple recipients. Normally you
just list them separated by commas.
Quote:>-reading retrieved faxes,
Is there some reason this has to be part of the mail program? Most mail
clients allow external handlers for mime types, so you could attach the
fax with an appropriate mime type and then set up the mailer to launch a
veiwer for the attachment (e.g. kfax).
Quote:>-sending internally in the network for doing remarks for other readers
>(later send after viewing)
Sounds like a newsgroup or mailing list application. Look at INN for
news, Majordomo for mailing lists.
Quote:>-more email accounts (for each person one, but can be read by
>the "bosses" email client too)
You could set this up on the server by forwarding a copy to a common
-| Bob Hauck
-| Wasatch Communications Group