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POP Peeper

Posted on Saturday, February 16 2008 @ 19:44:01 CET by

POP Peeper is an email notifier that runs in your Windows task bar and alerts you when you have new email on your POP3, IMAP (with IDLE support), HotmailMSNLiveMail, Yahoo, GMail, Mail.com, MyWay, Excite, Lycos.com, RediffMail, Juno and NetZero accounts. IMAP supports allows you to access AOL, AIM, Netscape and other services. Send mail directly from POP Peeper and use the address book to email your frequently used contacts. POP Peeper allows you to view messages using HTML or you can choose to safely view all messages in rich or plain text. Several options are available that will decrease or eliminate the risks of reading your email (viruses, javascript, webbugs, etc). POP Peeper can be run from a portable device and can be password protected. Many notification options are availble to indicate when new mail has arrived, such as sound alerts (configurable for each account), flashing scroll lock, skinnable popup notifier, customized screensaver and more.

New Feature:
  • IMAP supports SSL/TLS
  • Installation has option to install SSL plugin
  • Compose New Message will use additional logic to determine the default account
  • Imap uses the same timeout as POP3, specified in PPTweaker
  • Certain Unicode character problems fixed
  • Support for sending messages using Hebrew encoding (Windows-1255)
  • Hold down ctrl when submitting forms for data to be transferred to IE successfully
  • Empty passwords are now allowed when editing an account
  • WebMail Validation has been removed
  • The charset for the message list can now be defined in Select Font, to allow Chinese, Hebrew, etc.
  • SMTP: Message-ID is generated for sent messages
  • Default number of simultaneous checkmail threads changed from 1 to 2
  • Default priority of mail threads is now below normal (previously, normal)
  • Imap servers sending unsolicited BYE/disconnect caused timeout issues
  • Imap packets broken up caused timeouts under certain circumstances
  • Potential issue with Imap and Dial-up users causing high CPU usage
  • Crash in certain case when closing view-message window (2)
  • Dates greater than 2030 caused problems; now, certain future-dates will use current date/time
  • Url's displayed in message status will display ampersands(&) when applicable
  • Url's will be clickable when viewing a plain text message with charset-encoding
  • Imap login data enclosed in quotes to allow spaces
  • Hotmail, some users' links in html view were in javascript and could not be opened
  • The number of characters typed into email client field is not limited to size of the control
  • Koi8-r support for headers is re-enabled (inadvertently removed in v3.0)
  • Yahoo, certain systems (IE5) would error out (PP: -1000, WinInet: 12045)
  • Imap Preview: messages with a certain form of attachment would retrieve the entire message
  • Imap Preview: inline attachments (e.g. images) are now displayed in the attachment list
  • Email addresses containing '<' or '>' in name part were parsed incorrectly when replying
  • Problems with switching account types in Create Account Wizard (by email address)
  • Create Account Wizard now imports Imap accounts (Outlook Express and Mozilla-based clients)
  • Compose window wasn't saving position/size when closed by using send/later
  • Improved shutdown procedure so unsaved settings will save
  • Embedded movies were being displayed in html even if using "Remove Remote Data"
  • Unloading the Imap plugin after an Imap account had connected would crash
  • Messages that were deleted when viewing a message would remain with Red-X if account not set to "remove messages not on server"
  • Replying to certain GMail/Webmail messages quoted extraneous html code
  • Statusbar stats wouldn't update when viewing "Outbox" and the current account was changed
  • SendMail: shift-tabbing allowed focus on a disabled field
  • Smtp Auth: if auth fails, fall back to another method
  • General fixes
  • Certain LiveMail accounts could not save attachments (ref: webmail v3.0.1.8)
  • Using "Hide Seen" and "mark all messages as read" now hides the messages instantly
  • TrayIcon updates when system display mode changes
  • Toolbar buttons expanded to display all text after system events
  • Underscores in QP converted to spaces
  • AutoEnable button would toggle w/o user action in very special circumstances
  • "View Entire WebPage" would enable for current message if viewed options and canceled
  • Better recovery when imap-idle disconnects unexpectedly
  • AddressBook: Sorting issue when there is a blank name
  • Crash occurred if double-click on empty line in account list to create a new account (non-default pptweaker setting)
  • Certain mailto links resolved the "to" address incorrectly
  • Certain actions (running email client) caused trayicon to remain if it should have been hidden with no new mail
  • Certain HTML messages didn't decode QP in quote of reply
  • Only Ctrl+A works for select-all, not Ctrl+Shift/etc+A
  • Using Common FileDialog won't change working directory (allows directory to be renamed/deleted after saving file, e.g.)
  • New Message Summary limit raised from 5 to 10 (affects Skin Notifier plugin)
  • Added auto-configuration for GMail/Imap
  • On mark all read/unread, won't ask for account-password if account has no read/unread messages

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