eMail2Pop functions as a POP3 and SMTP mail interface and spam filtering solution for AOL Mail and Google Gmail accounts. It converts AOL mail and Gmail into a standard mail format. This means that AOL and Gmail users can retrieve their email from their favorite email client such as Microsoft Outlook, Eudora, Incredimail, etc. It also includes a powerful integrated spam filter.
Reviewing 3.26 (May 11, 2005)
AOL Communicator is good and allows you to read web based email but it is just a shame you can't read MSN mail/HTTP but there isn't really any need for this program as you can get MSN mail and AOL mail on the web but you can also receive AOL mail through Outlook Express and Opera 8
Reviewing 3.24 (Jan 23, 2005)
Personally, I hate FreePOPs. eMail2Pop was worked perfectly for me. I used it before Gmail began offering free POP3 access. On _many_ occassions after I just used the regular POP3 access from Gmail I was finding connection errors. It was something on Google's end and it was not stable. I switched back to eMail2Pop. Minus when Google tweaks something there have been no problems and eMail2Pop is quickly updated.
Reviewing 3.2 (Nov 3, 2004)
There was a time when this program was valuable. Now though, with a choice between FreePops (as kmleow mentioned), and AOL's open access (via IMAP), there's really no need for it at all.
Reviewing 3.0 (Jul 24, 2004)
aol has webmail and imap. Using a tool to fetch Gmail is violative of google's TOS -- aside from that there's another Gmail too that's completely freeware and will soon offer IMAP for Gmail.
Reviewing 3.0 Beta R2 (Jun 7, 2004)
This kind of program is unnecessary at this point, due to the fact that AOL has now opened up their mail servers to both IMAP (imap.aol.com) and SMTP (smtp.aol.com).
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