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0.0.31 Beta (Aug 11, 2005)
I have used a couple of other similar software such as "HTTPMail Proxy Blueberry HOT" (http://www14.plala.or.jp...-akira/bbhot/bbhot.html) and "Hotmail Popper" (http://www.boolean.ca/hotpop/), in retrieving my web-based emails to the local mail client. However, none of the software I used works as effective and efficient to FreePOPs. And most important of all, FreePOPs is FREE and an open-source software. It always gives me a great feeling that a free open-source software performs better than the commercial software and it's further demonstrates that commercial software do NOT necessary mean better than the free and open-source ones.
FreePOPs supports a HUGE (that I do mean HUGE) list of web-based email providers, even if your provider is not listed, you can always file a request and the people working behind this project will be more than happy to create the relevant file so you can use FreePOPs with it. I have been using it since late 2004 and it just gets better and better. I have no doubts to give it a 5-stars!!
4.2.0 Build 697 RC2 (Jun 9, 2005)
TO CyberDoc999: Can you be more specific when you said Kerio is slow? I certainly do not feel Kerio slow down my PC at all (and it's only an old AMD 1800+...). It's very much a light-weight soft firewall as it takes hardly any resource at all...
I, like many others, have been using Kerio Personal Firewall (or "Tiny Personal Firewall" as it used to be called) since 2.1.
I've, again like many others, tried and tested many software firewalls and Kerio Personal Firewall, IMHO, offer the best in terms of a set of powerful features and yet its simplicity GUI make setting rules quick and easy.
I've been using it for nearly 3 years now and have no had any problem with it.
Best of all, a free edition of KPF is available for home users. The difference between the "limited free edition" and a "full edition" is the lack of the content filitering features. But if you like me using Firefox then the ADBlock extension takes care of filtering those internet content or irritating pop-ups anyway so it make no difference whatsoever...!!!
Try it and you will definitely like it. 5 out of 5 again for the free software... :)
1 Beta 6.21 'Fawkes' (Jan 18, 2005)
The BEST (and it's also FREE) LaTeX IDE tool (IMHO) available on Windows platform. It is NOT a 'WYSIWYG' interface for LaTeX, like 'MacKichan Scientific WorkPlace'. It's a pure LaTeX editor which offers authors with a list of powerful features at their disposal.
I used to use WinEdt (a good shareware version of LaTeX editor) but have since switched to TeXnicCenter because of its simple GUI and poweful features available... :)
220.127.116.11848 RC1 (Jul 16, 2004)
Just a few additional information regarding to this software.
1. It's NOT free!! It costs $19.95.
2. It's built on ASP.NET 1.1 technology.
3. It's demo site is at http://www.thinkist.net/.../Archetype/default.aspx
Apart from that, the this blog software looks simple and tidy. However the ASP.NET support is rare on standard web hosts and there are plenty of PHP-based script do exactly the same and most of them are FREE...
0.2 Beta (Jul 6, 2004)
What is the difference between using this software and the "self-extracting" file (.exe) made by either WinRAR or WinZIP? You can set a strong password encryption (AES-128) on those self-extracting file and the compression rate is much better than Genie 2013...