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Claris Emailer (often stylized as Claris Em@iler) is a discontinued e-mail client for the	
classic Mac OS created by Fog City Software. It was bought and marketed by the Apple	
Inc. spin-off Claris. In addition to internet email, it supported sending and receiving	
email to online services such as AOL, Applelink, Compuserve. It was the only third-	
party e-mail client licensed to directly access AOL e-mail. Additionally, it was one of the	
first commercial applications to support the Internet Config preferences management	
system.	
	
It had advanced e-mailing features for its time, such as automatic e-mail address	
completion, an intuitive address book, support for multiple signatures, and a scriptable	
interface. Many AppleScripts have been written that enhance Emailer and are available online.	
It was released both in a full and a lite version, and the latter was included for free in Mac OS 8.	

It remained a Mac-only software title until it was eventually killed by Apple in the late	
90s. The last version, 2.0v3, was released in 1998, and the software title is no longer	
supported by Apple. Emailer continues to work in the Classic Environment running	
under Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger. To date an Emailer-Talk mailing list is still active offering	
advice to keep the software functioning.	

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