Wouldn’t it be great if you could delete unwanted e-mail or spam before it reaches your e-mail application? Or delete messages with large attachments without downloading them to your computer first? Or get rid of messages with viruses attached to them?
Well, POPmonitor lets you do just that!
With POPmonitor you can take a peek inside your mailbox and delete unwanted e-mail without the need to download those messages first. Just login, select the unwanted messages and click ‘Delete’. It’s as simple as that.
You can also automate the removal of unwanted messages by creating lists of trusted and blocked senders and by creating custom filters based on several criteria. Another option is to bounce spam right back to the sender to simulate a non-existing e-mail address.
Other e-mail applications only filter spam after downloading it to your computer first.
But thanks to POPmonitor you can get rid of annoying spam and other unwanted e-mail before it reaches your e-mail application.
From now on you will be in control of your mailbox again!
– Apple Macintosh computer with a PowerPC or Intel processor
– Mac OS 8.x, Mac OS 9.x or Mac OS X 10.0-10.6 (Mac OS X 10.7 will not be supported!)
– AppleScript system software (to communicate with your e-mail application)
– Stuffit Expander software (to process downloaded attachments)
– A connection to the Internet or to your local network
– A POP3 compatible e-mail account (POPmonitor does not work with Hotmail and AOL)
Unstuff the file you downloaded (if it doesn’t unstuff automatically). Then place the POPmonitor folder anywhere on your hard disk. Double-click the POPmonitor application icon to launch it.
When you launch POPmonitor for the first time the Configuration Assistant will help you configure your first account.
You can refer to the enclosed User Guide for additional information on how to use the application.
Questions regarding POPmonitor
The User Guide contains detailed instructions regarding the configuration and use of POPmonitor. If your question remains unanswered after reading the User Guide then please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.