Description: PSPOP3 Inspector offers to you a preview possibility for your POP3 accounts, as well as the possibility to delete "bad emails" direct on the server. With the program you spare traffic, delete viruses, worms and spam emails directly on the server and avoid that dangerous code lands on your PC!
Thanks to threaded architecture (Multi Threading) the program is not only robustly and stable, but also very fast and is in the best way suitable for the work with many POP3 accounts. It convinces in speed and clarity. Thus, different POP3 accounts and there situated mails is not only grouped/hierarchically represented, but can improve the overview additionally with a color markers. With the receiving of the email headers from server, the program analyzes these and improves the overview once again - emails will be marked with different classification symbols.
You have the possibility to administrate white and black lists. To it you can add senders and recipient addresses, as well as subject or parts of the subject. Emails, which were assigned to the white list during examination, will be handled with double safety, in order not coincidentally to be deleted on the server. Beyond that, the program determines format of the email (Text/HTML/Attachments).
It logs carefully all deletion processes. Headers of the deleted emails are stored in the local database of the program. Via statistics function you can access this database and use different search functionalities.
PSPOP3 Inspector supports SSL/TLS connections (Explicit and Implicit modes).
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