Email Watcher is an e-mail notification program that can check an unlimited number of POP3 email accounts. Events and filters can be applied to the incoming mail to play a wave file, Popup a message screen or delete the incoming mail.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:22
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Email Watcher is an e-mail notification program that can check an unlimited number of POP3 email accounts. Events and filters can be applied to the incoming mail to play a wave file, Popup a message screen or delete the incoming mail.
Events can be applied to individual accounts, all accounts or to a specific incoming message based on the criteria you select. Delete events are especially useful for deleting junk mail or potential viruses.
When your computer is online, Email Watcher checks e-mail at intervals determined by you. When your computer is offline, Email Watcher can automatically dial up your ISP to check all of your e-mail. This feature can be disabled for LAN, DSL and CABLE modem users.
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