Reviewing email subject/sender before download

  El Cid 16:03 01 Feb 03

Is there a way I can review what emails are waiting to be downloaded on my ISP's server. On a few occasions recently emails with picture attachments took over an hour to download and got in the way of emails I was waiting for. If possible I would like to review waiting emails first and select which ones I wanted to download. Large emails could then be downloaded when more convenient or better still redirected to my broadband email address.

  djwheeler 16:07 01 Feb 03

Could try Mailwasher, it might be what you are looking for and the best thing is that it is free. Try here click here

  anchor 16:11 01 Feb 03

Try mail2web, this should enable you to see what is on the server for you. However, I don`t think you can redirect mail from there.

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  rowdy 16:12 01 Feb 03

Try click here


  rowdy 16:15 01 Feb 03

try HTTP:/


  rowdy 16:16 01 Feb 03

Gremlins again

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  anchor 16:17 01 Feb 03

Most, but not, all ISP`s permit you to download your e-mails whilst connected to another ISP.

For example, I can receive messages from 6 of my 7 various e-mail accounts, whilst connected to Pipex broadband. The only exception is Freenetname.

Try it.

  rowdy 16:20 01 Feb 03

further to anchor's comment I am on NTL and can access both my BT and NTL emails via this program and it is free


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