Editors' reviewThis system-tray application notifies you as e-mails arrive in your POP3 box, but it needs an autoreply feature. Right-clicking JetMailMonitor's system-tray icon brings up the configuration menu, and the wealth of features are easy to figure out. Novice users might need to check out the separately installed manual, though. Users can easily add multiple POP3 e-mail accounts and set it to check all accounts on demand or at regular intervals. It would be difficult to miss a notification, which consists of a dialog box, a launch of your default e-mail client, sounds, blinking keyboard LED, or everything at once. JetMailMonitor quickly retrieves the headers of new e-mails and calls your default mail reader. It would be great if the program included autoresponse as part of its rule set. JetMailMonitor is easy to use, works well, and is free of charge. We have no problem recommending it to anyone with multiple e-mail accounts.
JetMailMonitor is a system tray application that can notify you immediately when new messages arrive on your POP3 mail server, but without your having to keep an e-mail program always running. It supports up to 10 e-mail accounts and features a configurable polling cycle. Notification options include displaying the number of new messages via an icon in the system tray, playing a user-specified WAV file, showing a message box, or launching your e-mail program. JetMailMonitor supports Exchange, Netscape, Internet Mail, Outlook, and Outlook Express e-mail clients by default and allows you to register other e-mail programs as well. E-mail clients can be launched on arrival of new mail or by double-clicking the JetMailMonitor icon in the system tray.
Version 126.96.36.19929 supports new features, including functions such as TimeSync, Spam Mail Check, and Preview Message.