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emailwatcher

A Light and Efficient Tray-Based Email Notifier for Windows

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A small and very light email notifier for Windows that sits in the tray, periodically checks your email account(s) and notifies you of new emails. Shows read and unread email counts. Allows you to launch your email program directly. Includes an optional floating window which is very useful for multiscreen setups.

Simple, elegant, efficient and reliable.

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POP3

Features

  • Tray icon
  • Optional Floating Window - Useful for Multiscreen rigs
  • Optional sound and colour change notification
  • Unread/read counts
  • Very small memory and disk footprint

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2012-11-30

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