MailMaint 3.8

MailMaint 3.8

Allows you to connect to POP3 servers and manage your e-mail messages easily
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MailMaint is a POP3 client that allows you to connect to a Mail Server and download, read, reply, and delete e-mail messages. It also allows you to create and send new e-mails - thus, it behaves much as an e-mail client, through which you can manage one or more e-mail accounts, and in a much better and more comfortable way than with the typical web-based interface.

MailMaint's interface is fairly plain and easy to use. Its main window basically consists of a big grid, where all the messages you get from your e-mail account(s) are listed with their most representative details, such as the size, state, date, source address, subject, and destination address. But, of course, before you can receive any messages, you must configure at least one POP3 server. The corresponding window will allow you to define all the data required, like a description, the server's address, the port and its type (supports secured and non-secured ones), the username and password, whether the messages should be archived on your PC or not, in which location, etc. In that same window you can also configure the SMTP server, which allows you to carry out the opposite function - to send e-mail messages, for which you also need to specify some information similar to the one you entered in the POP3 section.

The program offers you a large number of helpful features, like the Spam Filters, which will help you to stop unwanted messages from coming and to define a white list (to allow some specific messages that might be considered as spam to reach your account anyway). I should also mention the Address Book - very useful to store all your contact's information and to save a lot of time when sending mass e-mails. The Automatic Dialer needs mentioning also - it will become active whenever an Internet connection is required and none is available.

The trial version of this program seems not to impose temporal restrictions. However, it allows you to work with only a maximum of two POP3 accounts, and it will not let you send out any messages, only receive them.

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  • Easy to use


  • The trial version allows you to work with only a maximum of two POP3 servers
  • The trial version does not allow you to send any messages, only to receive them


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