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Please only submit sites which are solely related to downloadable IRC client software. Please do not submit sites which have "online Java clients" they belong in the Chat/Java cat.

ONLY quality sites will be accepted, review your site design - huge font? Annoying flashy design? Might want to think about redesigning before submission.

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DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
Dynamic DNS Client Programs are required for users to take advantage of Dynamic DNS Services. In a nutshell, they monitor the computer's IP address for change - and once a change is detected, they send the new IP address to the Dynamic DNS Provider so the DNS entries may be updated.
Sites that directly promote illegal file sharing will not be considered.
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Sites related to Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) client software.
Please only submit web sites offering webmail server software, for purchase and/or download.

Please do not submit:

* Web-based mail accounts (like hotmail).

* Sites offering consultancy for webmail products.

Computer applications for reading, handling, and/or sending electronic mail.
An Internet "push" client is software that receives information that some server sends out, or broadcasts. This is similar to the way a radio or television receives programs or channels, and often "push" information is called "channels". This is different from, for example, a Web browser, which "pulls", or only receives the specific web pages or other data that the user requests.
RTSP stands for Real Time Streaming Protocol.
Please try to send in links in the right category it belongs (e.g., if you have a Mozilla article, go to the Mozilla/News section and click "add URL" to send it from there.).
This category is about Mozilla, and all that goes with it. Mozilla is today more than just a browser. It's a community, it's a component for embedding software, it's a stable source of discussions regarding standards compatibility set by standards bodies like the W3C.
This category is for freeware WWW search tools except browser toolbars, which should be listed in Computers: Software: Internet: Clients: WWW: Browsers: Plug-ins: Search. Shareware and retail search tools should be placed under Computers: Software: Shareware: Windows: Internet: Search Tools. Submit web-based search tools to a subcategory of Computers: Internet: Searching.
Internet search clients are downloadable applications that perform metasearches/special searches, filter search results, or enrich the experience of Web searching.
SIP specific software only in here please.
Suppliers of and resources relating to SIP Client software.
This category is for web sites that offer Secure Shell client software. An SSH client that can run on multiple operating systems (or a company that offers a version of its software for a variety of different operating systems) are in this category; clients that run on only one operating system are in a particular subcategory named for that operating system.
This category contains software clients for synchronizing a computer''s system clock from a time service. Most provide Network Time Protocol (NTP) support. Information on that protocol can be found in Computers/Internet/Protocols/NTP. Server software for providing time service can be found in Computers/Software/Internet/Servers/Time. Web sites which provide the current time as well as sites with general information on time can be found in Reference/Time.
This category contains software clients for synchronizing a computer's system clock from a time service. Most provide Network Time Protocol (NTP) support. Information on that protocol can be found in Computers/Internet/Protocols/NTP. Server software for providing time service can be found in Computers/Software/Internet/Servers/Time. Web sites which provide the current time as well as sites with general information on time can be found in Reference/Time.
News clients which run on DOS and on at least one other operating system should be submitted to Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/Usenet.
Usenet News "readers", also called "user agents". These are software packages that read and/or post to Usenet news servers.
Video Conferencing software and pages devoted to video conferencing
Software found here is used to access content on the WWW.
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