NotifyMail X
NotifyMail X
5.1

0.0

NotifyMail X free download for Mac

NotifyMail X5.1

21 August 2006

Passive listener alerts when you have new mail.

Overview

NotifyMail is an email notifier; it works in cooperation with your server to notify you immediately when new mail comes in. It is not an active checker like your email client (Eudora, Emailer, Mailsmith, Outlook Express, etc.), but a passive listener, listening for a cue from the server when new mail has arrived. This is a 21-day demo.

What's new in NotifyMail X

Verwsion 5.1:
  • Fixes for Tiger compatibility
  • Added universal binary

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How would you rate NotifyMail X app?

3 Reviews of NotifyMail X

Nathan2
20 October 2003
Version: 4.1.6

Most helpful

I have not and will not use this application. I understand that many applications need administrative access in order to run properly, and I have several running (including Little Snitch, which has installs its own kernel module.) However, I refuse to use a program that does not explain WHY it needs that level of permission and what it will do to my system once that authentication's been given. This appears on the surface to be a normal, user-level application. Other mail notification programs do not need this level of permission and I find it hard to understand how the developer could justify this.
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Vasilis
01 February 2006
Version: 5.0.5
20 dollars for a program which requires a lot of work to get it running? The only reason I would consider buying this (for a much lower price, 6 dollars max.) would be if it gives me the ability to delete mail directly from the server. This feature is not mentioned in the documentation.
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Anonymous
03 May 2005
Version: 5.0.3
Why pay $19.50 for a program that looks for mail, when you can set the mail proggy to check every X mins ????
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Nathan2
20 October 2003
Version: 4.1.6
I have not and will not use this application. I understand that many applications need administrative access in order to run properly, and I have several running (including Little Snitch, which has installs its own kernel module.) However, I refuse to use a program that does not explain WHY it needs that level of permission and what it will do to my system once that authentication's been given. This appears on the surface to be a normal, user-level application. Other mail notification programs do not need this level of permission and I find it hard to understand how the developer could justify this.
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