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February 19th, 2006

POPcon connects your MS Exchange Server and your POP3 mailboxes. POPcon periodically downloads your emails from POP3 and IMAP mailboxes and distributes them to exchange mailboxes according to the recipient information found in the mail headers. It supports multiple domains and multiple POP3 as well as POP3-SSL, IMAP and IMAP-SSL mailboxes of both single-drop and multi-drop type.

Iconix eMail ID – verify email senders
February 19th, 2006

Iconix eMail ID is a client application that verifies the sender of an incoming email, and guarantees that the mail is actually coming from the company that it claims. The service only works with companies that have registered with Iconix, which currently includes more than 300 companies such as eBay, PayPal, Citibank,, Expedia, and many others.

Whenever an email arrives from one of the known senders, it is authenticated, and an icon displayed next to the message that indicates the validity of the mail. It only works with the major web based email services (Gmail, Yahoo, MSN, Hotmail) and in addition requires that you use Internet Explorer to read your mail. Once Iconix is installed on your computer, it will automatically verify email messages whenever you use any of the supported services, there is no interface or additional configuration required.

If you use free web mail and Internet Explorer, and are concerned about phishing scams involving major companies, give this software a try. Even though it is still limited in usability, the validation integrates flawlessly with the supported services.

February 7th, 2006

EmailSupervisor monitors all outgoing emails from your computer and alerts you whenever an unauthorized or unknown program is trying to send an email in the background. The program can detect any email client that uses the SMTP protocol, therefore it will virtually detect any email that is sent, regardless of the email software that is used. It offers rules that allow you to authorize specific email clients and/or recipients, as well as attachment types. EmailSupervisor can warn you and prompt for action whenever an unauthorized email is intercepted, or automatically block and log them based on your rules.

Flow Ruler for Outlook
February 7th, 2006

Flow Ruler allows you to automatically organize your inbox, eliminate spam, administrate contacts and appointments, and assign tasks through simple Rules which are graphically designed.

Flow Ruler for Outlook is an Add In for MS Outlook that expands the possibility of configuring and executing rules in your Inbox and in the other folders as well.

MS Outlook® allows the setting of rules only for the Inbox and it is restricted to received and sent messages. With Flow Ruler for Outlook, you will be able to set rules for:
• Received, sent, and removed messages.
• New, updated, or removed contacts.
• New, updated, or removed appointments or meetings.
• New, updated, or removed tasks or shared tasks.

Most of the rules provided by MS Outlook allow you to copy, move, print, or remove messages.
With Flow Ruler for Outlook you can also:
• Eliminate spam and junk mail, using filters and word lists that are easy to configure.
• Organize the Inbox, allowing the definition of different rules when a new email is received, for example, move the selected email to a specified folder, answer automatically, generate a contact, generate an appointment, zip attachments, etc.
• Save or zip messages and attachments automatically when a new email is received.
• Administrate contacts, eliminating their duplication, allowing the automatic creation of undesired contact lists, etc.
• Automatically generate appointments, as soon as a specific new email is received.

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MAPILab Toolbox for Outlook
February 7th, 2006

MAPILab Toolbox for Outlook is a set of 10 useful add-ons for Microsoft Outlook, that are aimed at improved workflow and email efficiency. They include scheduled emails (with optional attachments), address extraction, message auto-fill, email reminders, Contacts journaling, attachment reminders and more.

Requires Microsoft Outlook 2000/XP or later.

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Outlook Express Attachment Extractor
February 7th, 2006

Outlook Express Attachment Extractor allows you to extract attachments from your Outlook Express (5/6) email boxes. You can set a filter to only extract pictures and not files or also choose to save all messages as .eml files to disk. The program generates a HTML report with clickable thumbnail links to the pictures or files that were extracted.

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EMailTrackerPro 6.1
February 4th, 2006

EMailTrackerPro analyzes the email header and provides the IP Address of the machine that sent the email which can be useful for identifying spammers and locating the source of emails. Many spammers attempt to disguise the sender, EMTPro helps to expose the true origins of the email. A plug-in for MS Outlook adds a button to the Outlook toolbar for one-click email tracking and opens the results in a browser window. For other email programs, the header information may be easily pasted into EMTPro for quick analysis.

February 4th, 2006

POPcon connects MS Exchange Server to one or more user-specified POP3 mailboxes. It works as an e-mail gateway that retrieves messages from POP3 servers and delivers them to your Microsoft Exchange Server mailboxes according to the intended user found in the mails. In addition, POPcon Pro includes a self-updating RAV virus scanner that scans all incoming mails for virus/worm infections and quarantines infected messages. Furthermore, the program allows you to specify incoming mail rules and distribute the collected mail based on custom rules that can be based on email subject, sender, recipient or attachment name. Additional features include remote administration, flexible scheduling and more. The program works with Exchange 5.5 as well as Exchange 2000. The rules and anti-virus features are not available in the evaluation version.

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emailStripper V2.2
January 30th, 2006

emailStripper is a free program for cleaning the “>” and other formatting characters out of your emails. It will restore “forwarded” or “replied” emails back to their original state so they’re easier to read.

January 7th, 2006

XmlSendmail is a free command-line utility for the Windows platform that sends emails using an xml configuration file. It’s a pre-compiled executable so there’s not need to use Perl/Java or compile anything like other free sendmail applications.

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