Editors' reviewKeeping track of several e-mail accounts can be annoying. Thankfully, ePrompter's bare-bones yet effective approach helps you solve this hectic problem. Utilizing an uncluttered interface and stone-simple setup, ePrompter does one thing and does it well. You can set the application to check up to 16 password-protected e-mail accounts, including Hotmail and AOL. Notification consists of a flag in your system tray--color coded for each different e-mail account--and a choice of five screensaver options. When you get a new message, you simply click the icon and start reading. Composing a new e-mail or responding is just as easy. Though it's not jam-packed with features, we have no problem recomending ePrompter to anyone with multiple e-mail accounts
ePrompter automatically and simultaneously checks and retrieves your e-mail messages from up to 16 password-protected e-mail accounts, such as AIM, AOL, Hotmail, Yahoo, Yahoo Beta, Gmail, POP3, Earthlink, Excite, Juno, Email.com, Lycos, Mail.com, Mindspring, MSN, MyWay, Netscape, Rediffmail, SBC Yahoo and hundreds of other e-mail domains.
ePrompter not only lets you compose, forward, and reply to your retrieved messages, but also gives you the ability to delete unwanted spam or suspicious-looking mail without having to launch your e-mail program or having to go to your Web mail's site. And, importantly, when ePrompter retrieves messages, it leaves the original messages on your various email accounts' servers.
ePrompter's notification features include a unique rotating tray icon and a choice of five screensavers that let you know at a glance the number of new messages in each account, as well as audio alerts for new messages. Version 2.0 employs auto-upgrades so that regardless of the version of ePrompter you download from CNET, it will be automatically updated to the most recent version of ePrompter after one use of the program.
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Version 2.0 employs auto-upgrades so that regardless of the version of ePrompter you download from CNET, it will be automatically updated to the most recent version of ePrompter after one use of the program.