Features at a glance
NOCC’s installation is extremely easy, especially because it doesn’t require a database, it’s capable of connecting to POP3 and IMAP email accounts, and lets users to send email messages over external SMTP servers or a local sendmail installation.
In addition, NOCC is very customizable, allowing users to change all the fonts and colors easily using themes, features MIME attachments, support for multiple languages, and the ability to display HTML messages. It uses no frames and it’s compatible with the XHTML 1.0 standard.
Being written for the Web, NOCC is independent of a operating system, which means that it works well with Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, supporting 32-bit and 64-bit hardware architectures.
Additionally, NOCC is compatible with any web browser, even text ones like Links and ELinks. At the moment, it has been successfully tested with the Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chromium, QupZilla, Dillo, Midori, Epiphany, Chromium, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome web browsers.
Being written entirely in the PHP server-side programming language, NOCC requires a web server where PHP 5.0.0 or newer is installed. Additionally, it requires the c-client, iconv and mbstring libraries compiled with PHP or as modules.
Installing NOCC on your web server is an easy task, as all you have to do is to download the latest version of the software from Softpedia or via its official website (see link below), save the archive on a location of your choice, unpack it and upload all the files to a folder on your server. Access the respective folder with a web browser and follow the on-screen instructions.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on December 9th, 2014
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- Bug #401 : added better checks for cleanup of old session files (Oliver Heil).