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Offline Jim

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Pop Peeper
« on: Sep 17, 2007, 11:28:41 PM »
Do you have so many email accounts that you forget to check them all?  Dianna, had so many that she asked me to find her something that would check them all without having to go to each and every one.  I even use it now myself.  It's a nifty little utility called Pop Peeper.  It's free and you can set up all your email addresses so that it checks it every 10 minutes if you want. 

Take a look at Pop Peeper if you are looking for this kind of solution.
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Re: Pop Peeper
« Reply #1 on: Sep 18, 2007, 12:20:16 PM »
Oh wow, that is pretty nifty.  May have to check that one out for my external emails like yahoo and hotmail.  I have all of my "internal" ones from my ISP all on Incredimail.  It would be nice though to not have to check out all of the others online all of the time.

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Re: Pop Peeper
« Reply #2 on: Sep 18, 2007, 09:48:52 PM »
Yep, it sure is.  It works great for me.  I use Outlook to access my work email from home and Outlook Express is set up for my ISP, but I have that in Pop Peeper too so I very seldom use Outlook Express.  The only quirks I have run across are some emails with lots of graphics don't show quite right and those I go to the email client to see.  I don't respond much to email from Pop Peeper even though it is capable of doing that.  I had rather go to actual email program when I want to respond.
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