Agent News Bulletin
Forté Releases Agent 3.2
Forte is pleased to announce the release of Agent 3.2 the most powerful version of Agent ever created. Agent 3.2 is feature rich and will make navigating, posting and downloading on Usenet simple, efficient, and fast. New features include:
Multiple Email Accounts
Agent 3.2 enables you to collect email from multiple POP accounts and send email via multiple SMTP servers. Agent's Task Manager will send and receive email messages in parallel with Usenet tasks for maximum throughput.
Protect your identity on the Internet by creating personas for both email and newsgroup postings. Personas determine how the from address, signature and other information are used when composing messages. Use Agent's folder properties to customize your persona for each newsgroup.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
Ensure your privacy with SSL, an encryption protocol for establishing a secure connection between your computer and a server on the Internet. Agent provides SSL for both news (NNTP) and email (POP & SMTP) connections.
For complete details see the Release Notes.
Agent 3.2 Upgrade Promotion
All registered Agent 2.0 and 3.0 users can upgrade to Agent 3.2 for free. Agent 1.x users may upgrade to Agent 3.2 for US$19. Download it here.
Agent Usenet (APN) Promotion
Additionally all registered Agent 3.0 users who have not taken part in our APN promotion before will receive a free 7 GB account for 3 months (21 GB total download) for our Agent Usenet (APN). Forté's APN service allows you to experience Agent's multiple news server capability using our high-speed Usenet servers.
Forte is focused on developing new email and news reader functionality for the Agent family of products. We are also developing new service offerings to complement Forte's Agent Usenet (APN) Service.
The Forté Team
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