No, you can't. To use the new V4, you need to purchase a new license for V4.
No, you can't. The upgrade license is not offered. You need to purchase a new license for V4.
No. The license exchange service is not offered. In addition, you cannot exchange Japanese version to English version.
No, you can't. We don't provide such an upgrade license.
The V3 program files can be downloaded from the author's web site. In accordance with the license agreement, any update for V3 will not be provided. And, a new license for V3 cannot be purchased.
Yes. To forward emails, you need to log on Windows and keep ForwardMail launching. ForwardMail will check mailboxes at regular intervals, and when new emails arrive to mailbox, ForwardMail will forward them. That process is just like general email client software like Outlook Express. If you want to hide the forwarding records logged on the screen, you can use the option 'Put into tasktray'.
No. Multiple ForwardMail programs cannot be launched on the same PC. If you would like to use more accounts that exceeds the limitation, you need to purchase another license usable of more accounts ( 30 account version or 100 account version).
No. ForwardMail supports only POP3 email system but WEB based HTTP email system. However, some free-mail services like YAHOO provide the additional POP access option.
ForwardMail obtains the latest version information by accessing to the HTTP server. If the server does not respond, the start-up requires time. In case of that, keep pressing when launching ForwardMail. If it would be done once, the option "Update Info./Startup Graphics" will be disabled.
This problem may cause if ForwardMail and your email client software like Outlook Express are executed concurrently. That is because your email client software downloads and deletes the incoming email before ForwardMail checks the mailbox.
To avoid this problem, you need to set the email client software to leave the message for a certain period. In case of Outlook Express, you can find the setting by selecting your current email account setting: Tools menu -> Accounts... -> Mail tab -> Advanced -> Delivery.
Check 'Leave a copy of message on server' and 'Remove from server after  day'.
Yes. The specification of 'Forward To:' address setting is like followings.
* Up to 100 destinations. And maximum total number of address characters is 4095 characters.
Check the option 'Set SMTP port manually' of 'Advanced options' in 'Options' tab. When this option is OFF, the SMTO port number will be ignored and ForwardMail will seek the SMTP server in the network automatically.
Please try the option 'Delay POP/SMTP Authentication' in 'Account' tab. It is recommended to set it to around 10 sec. This error is depending on the provider's server settings and the continuous connection in short interval is denied. For example, Yahoo's POP service refuses continuous connection in several seconds.
If STMP error would occur while sending, that email will processed at the next time. Except for cases of permanent error, it is no problem.
A: This trouble is due to the case that your SMTP server rejects the relay operation. ForwardMail keeps the original sender's address and forwards it as it is. Your SMTP server may require the same domain address as the sender and may reject the different domain address. When a SMTP server rejects the relay operation, usually the server will return an error mail to the sender. If the mail goes through multiple SMTP servers or gateways, that error mail may not return.
The way to have your mails go through your SMTP server:
1) Try the option "Put my address into 'Resent-From and put destination into 'Recent-To:' ". You can find this option at "Preferences / Options / Advances options". This option may not be effective depending on the settings of SMTP server. This option is checked by default.
2) If 1) is not effective, try another option "Put my address into 'From:' header" . Your own name will appear on the receiver's mail list, but the original sender's address is kept in the 'Reply-To' header and the receiver can reply by simply pressing the reply button. See the help page for details: "Avoid the SMTP relay operation error"
A: Check the option "Put the original sender's address(From:) into 'MAIL FROM:' command". You can find it at "Preference -> Options -> Special header operations". If using this option, the sender's address in the 'From:' header field will be used for 'MAIL FROM:' command when connecting to SMTP server. Be sure that this option may cause another SMTP relay operation error depending on your SMPT server settings.
Please confirm the 'Filtering Mode' in 'Filter-1' tab. If you choose mode b) and you have entered no filtering condition, all emails will be filtered. If you don't want to set any filtering condition, choose mode a).
For the trial version, this option is not available.
To launch the program, you have to remove the preference file. The settings will be removed and have to be set again.
10 account version : fwdm4_std10.prf
30 account version : fwdm4_sp030.prf
100 account version : fwdm4_sp100.prf
Windows XP -> c:\Windows
Windows Vista / Windows 7 -> C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Windows
Use the function 'Backup all settings to a file' from 'Account Management' of 'Options' menu.
ForwardMail creates preference files like followings. These files are created in the Windows folder. You can take over the settings by moving these preference files.
1) Preference settings: fwdm4_std10.prf (fwdm4_sp030.prf for 30 account version)
2) Preferences for LOG VIEWER: fwdview.prf
3) Forwarding history file: fwdmail_.log
4) Email ID file: fwdm4uidl_std10.mbx ( fwdm4uidl_sp030.mbx for 30 account version)
NOTE: The 'Windows' directory will be "C:\Users\[user_name]\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Windows" for Windows Vista or 7.