Emailwatcher 1.1r2 (Crack + Keygen)

Rating 4.7
243 4.7
Crack Size 783 KB
Downloads 1945
Systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8

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Emailwatcher is an email notification tool that runs in the systray to regularly check multiple email accounts and play sound alerts on new messages. It supports Gmail, Hotmail and custom providers, along with secure traffic transmission via SSL.

The application comes loaded with all the required options for keeping up to date with important emails while carrying on with your normal PC activity.

It's wrapped in a user-friendly interface made from a small window that invites you to add as many email accounts as you want to the checklist. It's necessary to provide the host name, username and password, instruct the tool to use SSL, specify the port number and checkup frequency (in minutes), as well as test the connection on the spot and edit mail reader details.

The properties of any account can be edited, or the accounts can be removed from the list. On new messages, Emailwatcher can optionally play a sound alert if you assign a local WAV track (can be an entire song). Moreover, it can turn the floating window to any color from the color spectrum.

All these configuration details are saved to an INI file. If you're an expert user, you can access this file to seamlessly edit settings (e.g. play sound, custom sound, change color, new email color) without accessing the program's GUI. There are no other notable options available here.

It worked smoothly in our tests, without triggering the operating system to hang, crash or prompt error dialogs. As we expected, it left a small footprint on the machine's performance in our tests, running on low CPU and RAM.

To conclude, Emailwatcher Crack proves to be a handy and approachable email notifier. Its interface could use some improvements in the graphical department, though.

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