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Email Notifier software for all your AOL, Gmail, Hotmail, Live, Rocketmail, Yahoo and POP3 accounts.
It does not matter how many gmail/hotmail/yahoo/aol accounts you have, the software can check multiple e-mail accounts even from same e-mail provider.
It will notify you both visually and through sound when a mail arrives in your e-mail account. You can select the sound according to your choice and if needed can disable it also. From Multi E-mail Notifier you can directly access inbox of your mail account with just one click.
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