While running, MailCall performs periodic checks of your account(s) and notifies you when new mail has arrived, or when you have e-mail in your inbox.
MailCall can be especially useful for people who use e-mail a lot and don't want to keep a large application - such as Outlook Express - open in the background, hogging your RAM and CPU time.
MailCall will notify you when mail has arrived in any of your accounts. You can then launch your favorite e-mail application with the click of a button.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
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