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'Pop3eye' is a POP3 email notifier that uses regular expressions to filter email. You can place it in a "dock", or use a regular or undecorated popup window. It can display up to 20 partial lines of the email body in a tooltip window, and can monitor and display an unlimited number of accounts. You can choose to show messages using regular expressions, or delete messages from the server.
released on 3 August 2005
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