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Vista NetMail

Vista NetMail 10.0

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''Vista NetMail'' is free, fast and flexible email client. The program supports multiple email accounts, lets you automatic sorting of incoming messages based on preset criteria and comes with many convenient features for handling mail efficiently.

If you have several external mailboxes at different ISPs you will not need to enter a new password and adjust the settings every time.

?????????????????????You can set relative custom folders for attachments, email databases and run program from removable storage device such as a USB flash drive.

Sort your mail by date, size, sender, subject, colour, in ascending or descending order The software will be useful for both electronic business professionals and all those who can set up a message exchange with existing customers and potential clients on a professional level. NetMaill allows to change the interface language on the fly without a need to restart the program. Options are also provided for standard e-mail clients: support of attachments, addressbook, multipart html messages, message searches based on keywords, ... and much more. The program is free - download it and see if it has the features you need.
Version: 10.0
Lizenz: Freeware
Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,WinXP,Windows2000,Wind
Sprache(n): English, ChineseSimplifie ..
Download Anzahl: 395 Downloads
Hersteller: ..
Dateigröße: 1.66 MB
Datum: 25. May. 2009
Änderungen: mehr hier

Bewertet mit: 2.00 (0/5)
Gesamt Stimmen: 2

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