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Pocket Solution for checking e-mails on the move
Posted on 11-Feb-2004 18:12 | Tags Filed under: News


Pocket Solution for checking e-mails on the move
XemiComputers has released Pocket Email Checker, a specialised software for Pocket PC devices that provides full control over POP3 email accounts when on the move.

With this program it is easy to check accounts, preview messages and delete unwanted ones directly on a server before download. You have two options to preview a message, quick preview and server preview.

A Quick Preview feature will immediately show you the beginning of a message retrieved during the account checking process. Server preview is designed to display more information by connecting to the server again and retrieving additional lines for a single message.

You can set number of lines to retrieve for both quick and server preview in the program. Message header is initially hidden in preview but there is also an option to show it if necessary.

The number of accounts to check is not limited, plus you can set checking interval for, or temporarily disable, each one of them separately.

Pocket Email Checker costs US$19.90 and allows 42 days for free evaluation.


More information: http://www.xemico.com/pocket/pec/...
News source: http://www.pocketpcthoughts.com...




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