Delphi is a software development package created by Borland.
Allows you to receive Internet mail using POP3 protocol.
Companion of the TMSTP component. Built in MIME, fully supports
Implements Internet Finger protocol (rfc 822). 32 bit version.
Freeware by (C) ArGo Software Design, 1996 TFinger component
for Delphi v2.0 This is the 32 bit version. It will not work
Is the simple component which implements Internet finger
protocol. Sample application is included. Distributed as
freeware. (C) ArGo Software Design, 1996
Support files and examples for Borland Delphi 2.0
To winsock functionallity. Version 3.0 Is a rewrite of the
sockets code for delphi 2.0.
This package contains three components which provide
Interprocess communication. The processes communicating can be
located on the same machine or in diferent machines belonging
to the same...
Is a set of components which allows you to access various
Internet services, such as Internet Mail, FTP, HTTP, NNTP,
Finger, WhoIs and Time. IMS works with all versions of Delphi
This package consists of two Delphi components: * TCGI, the
core component, allows Delphi applications to interact with
information servers (primarily World Wide Web servers),
A simple Delphi FTP client with full source code.
Provides high performance direct access to Oracle database
server. ODAC is set of VCL native components for Kylix, Delphi
and C++ Builder. It supports many Oracle specific features and...
This component, Numedit is an expansion of the initial work on
CurrencyEdit done by Robert Vivrette (of the Unofficial
Newsletter of Delphi Users, a most excellent set of help
Allows you to implement Internet Email sending capabilities
into your applications. Fully supports SMTP and ESMTP. Built in
UUEncode and MIME. Tested with following POP3 agents: Eudora,
This is a small freeware component for dialing telephone
STelnet is a group of components for use in telnet
applications. The NVT (Network Virtual Terminal) is the
component which implements the display of characters to the
screen and the input of...
Is a simple non-visual component for use in Delphi 2.0. It is
capable of reading the current user's login name, and can read
or set the computer's network name. All of these actions use
Password on a server that implements an Eudora / NUPOP change
password service. It is based on Steve Dorner and John
Norstad's Protocol. Delphi source
EdDial is a simple VC for Borland Delphi 2.0 which dial a phone
number, using the TAPI Dialer from Win'95
TAPI Terminal component and add some extra features using the
TAPI configuration dialogs. The read and write parts of the
terminal are seperate threads, this suited me, but if you
The DKW HTTP Extension Library for Delphi 2.0 provides a
framework for developing extensions that can be compiled as
either CGI or ISAPI with no modifications to the code. Using
this technique an...
headers. There's a test program that can monitor calls made
with other TAPI enabled programs like remote access and can
also dial calls. aLso there's a mini-terminal that shows how to
use TAPI to...