Yes, AviNet Mail will work on a Mac and with all known web browsers. Some features work better in some browsers than others, e.g., drag and drop works in Internet Explorer but not in Google Chrome or Safari.
Yes, AviNet Mail uses webmail via an internet connection or a PC with a web browser, so it may be used on any platform.
ARINC replicates data real-time onto a mirrored system.
AviNet Mail Desktop Client can support auto-printing
Yes, using the Contact functionality, users can create an address book or distribution lists with a few addresses grouped into one address name. For example, if one distribution list with three addresses is selected, a message will be sent to the three addresses in the group.
Yes, Double Signature is supported under the IATA mandate. Transmission charges will be applied to the two letter airline designator that is used.
Yes, multiple logins to one account from multiple PC’s is possible using either the Web Browser interface or the Desktop Client.
Yes, there are a variety of rules that can be set up by the user, including moving messages older than a specified date (or number of days) to the deleted folder.
Yes, multiple accounts can have the same password.
Recipient addresses can be separated by using a comma.
Yes, simply ensure that the login to AviNet Mail is the full AviNet Mail e-mail address and coordinate with the Spec 2000 provider (Multilink or Cortland).
Users can create your own templates in Microsoft Outlook with the Outlook DLL library or request that ARINC create a template that can be made available to the user community.
Yes, you can use the “Add and Save” icon to create your own Distribution List.
Yes users can set rules for automatic reply.