Networks are complicated beasts. You're probably working on files and documents that are scattered across several different hosts. If you're on a Mac, then you're may be working in a mixed environment as well. You spend a fair amount of time mounting remote volumes: AFP, SMB, FTP, and others. It's not a huge deal, but it might be nice to open these automatically, especially if you're going to mount them every time you boot up.
AutomountMaker is a tool that lets you easily log in to those remote volumes. As a time saver, configure it to mount remote volumes when you clock on them. Or to really save time and hassle by connecting to them automatically when you log in.
AutomountMaker is a Mac application. It's a Universal Binary, so you need to be running at least OS X 10.3.9 or better; with 10.4 you'll have access to the latest and greatest iteration.