EPGateway is a new and inventive way of processing and managing incoming email automatically. It can automate all steps and actions you are performing manually on your inbound messages by creating commands which run in sequence on inbound messages.
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Description: EPGateway is a new and inventive way of processing and managing email messages automatically. It automates all the steps and actions you are performing manually on your inbound messages. EPGateway allows you to create a set of commands and run them in sequence against the email messages. With these commands you will be able to automate processes and: Extract data for use with other applications, Send personalized auto responses based on filtered conditions. Save attachments to your hard drive automatically. Automatically delete unwanted messages, Create multiple mailing list files, Automatically forward specific messages. EPGateway acts as the 'middle man' between your Internet mailboxes and your mail reader. It is perfect for your email management. While in the gateway the messages are processed by the defined scripts that are ran against the message, automating many of the actions you would do manually. This results in major improvements in time management and productivity.
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