Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Mail for advanced users

When you have more than one email account, managing them all can become a real pain. You either have to do your best to import them all into one place or you have to do the email checking dance and go from Web site to Web site to get things done. I needed a freeware program that would allow me to control all my email accounts at once central location. My solution was found in POP Peeper.

Want to know more? Here is what the people behind POP Peeper have to say about it:

POP Peeper is an email notifier that runs in your Windows task bar and alerts you when you have new email on your POP3, IMAP (with IDLE support), Hotmail\MSN\LiveMail, Yahoo!,, MyWay, Excite,, RediffMail, Gmail, Juno, and NetZero accounts. IMAP supports allows you to access AOL, AIM, Netscape and other services. Send mail directly from POP Peeper and use the address book to email your frequently used contacts.
This program is totally free and one way to use it is from your thumb (flash) drive. This means you can read your mail from any Internet connected computer anywhere.

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