Mail Monitor 1.20 Beta for Windows

by TrueSoft

Avg. Rating 3.0 (26 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,284
Publisher TrueSoft
Homepage Mail Monitor

Publisher's Description

Mail Monitor allows you to easily monitor all your POP3 mail boxes. When you have received new mail, it can inform you with visual effects and sound. It can also launch your Email Reader. It supports an unlimited number of mailboxes. You can see your messages in the message list, and you can delete any messages from server without ever loading them. You can mark messages as read and it will not notify you about them again. It also allows you to preview messages without any risk for you and your computer from malicious viruses. The message is loaded into a text box and no scripts are allowed to be executed. This helps you protect your computer from mail viruses. If you see some unknown letters you can easily delete it if you think it is not for you.

Latest Reviews

stone80a

stone80a reviewed v1.20 Beta on May 28, 2006

I am also a great fan of TrueLaunchBar. This is definitively the best mail chekker available...

gate1975mlm

gate1975mlm reviewed v1.17 Beta on Mar 21, 2006

Love it! Works great big fan of True Launch Bar!

sfeen

sfeen reviewed v1.9.8 Beta on Jan 21, 2004

Being listed as Freeware is a bit misleading but it definately does what its suppose to do if you use True Launch Bar.

Those of you who want to leave your Outlook Clients constantly open..go for it.. waste away almost 15megs and CPU Resources.. be my guest.

DigiSyn

DigiSyn reviewed v1.9.8 Beta on Jan 21, 2004

If you ignore everything about it EXCEPT the fact that it lets you know when you have mail, then its great. I use it with true launch bar so I don't have to use an app that watchs for new mail and sits in the systray. I figure if I'm going to have a shortcut to my mail client in my quick launch anyway, it might as well also monitor for new messages. For that aspect of it i give it a 5. I've NEVER used any of the other features though.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v1.9.4 Beta on Nov 27, 2003

This program is really only semi-free. Free if you've purchased other software before. It does what it says, but does it with bugs.. and quite a few of them. As noted in previous reviews, this program serves no real purpose. Basically, it opens your email at the server level, rather than at the desktop level, and allows you to do everything there on the server that you would normally do on the desktop. Ditto to the question... why can't you just run outlook express (or any email client) and let it sit open and minimized and allow it to handle your email until you're ready to do in the client what this program is supposed to be for. This program is basically a serious waste of time, and serious waste of programming code. please make available the option for a zero rating, as this one deserves it hands down.

tannman1

tannman1 reviewed v1.9.4 Beta on Nov 27, 2003

The application installed without any issues. For the first time user it was easy to figure out and utilize. Prior reviews made mention of the app using a large amount of resources, perhaps so but I have had zero problems. If it does what it says for an end user then they acomplished their mission.

OrlandoTommy

OrlandoTommy reviewed v1.9.3 Beta on Nov 5, 2003

And the purpose of this is what??? (Yawn)

baloor

baloor reviewed v1.9.3 Beta on Nov 5, 2003

it's a buggy email program.
it's not actually freeware.
it's essentially useless if you already have a functioning email program.

andrey

andrey reviewed v1.9.2 Beta on Oct 2, 2003

Why can't I just open Outlook Express and leave it running in the background? Exactly the same thing with way less bugs.

wolseleydude

wolseleydude reviewed v1.9.2 Beta on Oct 2, 2003

This is free if you purchased the serial for True Launch Bar. Besides, there are other truly free apps out there.

Avg. Rating 3.0 (26 votes)
Your Rating
stone80a

stone80a reviewed v1.20 Beta on May 28, 2006

I am also a great fan of TrueLaunchBar. This is definitively the best mail chekker available...

gate1975mlm

gate1975mlm reviewed v1.17 Beta on Mar 21, 2006

Love it! Works great big fan of True Launch Bar!

sfeen

sfeen reviewed v1.9.8 Beta on Jan 21, 2004

Being listed as Freeware is a bit misleading but it definately does what its suppose to do if you use True Launch Bar.

Those of you who want to leave your Outlook Clients constantly open..go for it.. waste away almost 15megs and CPU Resources.. be my guest.

DigiSyn

DigiSyn reviewed v1.9.8 Beta on Jan 21, 2004

If you ignore everything about it EXCEPT the fact that it lets you know when you have mail, then its great. I use it with true launch bar so I don't have to use an app that watchs for new mail and sits in the systray. I figure if I'm going to have a shortcut to my mail client in my quick launch anyway, it might as well also monitor for new messages. For that aspect of it i give it a 5. I've NEVER used any of the other features though.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v1.9.4 Beta on Nov 27, 2003

This program is really only semi-free. Free if you've purchased other software before. It does what it says, but does it with bugs.. and quite a few of them. As noted in previous reviews, this program serves no real purpose. Basically, it opens your email at the server level, rather than at the desktop level, and allows you to do everything there on the server that you would normally do on the desktop. Ditto to the question... why can't you just run outlook express (or any email client) and let it sit open and minimized and allow it to handle your email until you're ready to do in the client what this program is supposed to be for. This program is basically a serious waste of time, and serious waste of programming code. please make available the option for a zero rating, as this one deserves it hands down.

tannman1

tannman1 reviewed v1.9.4 Beta on Nov 27, 2003

The application installed without any issues. For the first time user it was easy to figure out and utilize. Prior reviews made mention of the app using a large amount of resources, perhaps so but I have had zero problems. If it does what it says for an end user then they acomplished their mission.

OrlandoTommy

OrlandoTommy reviewed v1.9.3 Beta on Nov 5, 2003

And the purpose of this is what??? (Yawn)

baloor

baloor reviewed v1.9.3 Beta on Nov 5, 2003

it's a buggy email program.
it's not actually freeware.
it's essentially useless if you already have a functioning email program.

andrey

andrey reviewed v1.9.2 Beta on Oct 2, 2003

Why can't I just open Outlook Express and leave it running in the background? Exactly the same thing with way less bugs.

wolseleydude

wolseleydude reviewed v1.9.2 Beta on Oct 2, 2003

This is free if you purchased the serial for True Launch Bar. Besides, there are other truly free apps out there.

Daky

Daky reviewed v1.9.1 Beta on Sep 26, 2003

its ok

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