JBoom is a Java program for remote storage and management of browser bookmarks and mail addresses.
It allows accessing a central set of bookmarks and adresses from any system connected to the internet. JBoom is browser, mailer, and system independent, not bound to a dedicated server, and doesn't require a special web service. You only need a remote system to which you have read and write access via FTP, SSH, or HTTP. A Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Version 6 or higher is required on the client.
Entries are kept in an XML file on the remote system. A local copy can be stored on the client. The program may be started from the client or over the internet from a HTTP server.
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