Check mail sans downloads

  • (PC World)
  • — 04 December, 1998 21:49

Tip: Don't you hate it when you dial your Internet service provider to skim your e-mail and end up downloading megabytes of junk mail? A nifty freeware utility called POP3 Scan Mailbox lets you delete unwanted mail without downloading it. POP3 can check multiple ISPs as well as multiple e-mail names. Set it to display message headers or first lines; then have it retrieve the mail you want or download it later. Download POP3 Scan Mailbox from http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/ ~kempston/smb or from this month's cover CD.

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Judy Heim

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