Saturday, 2 October 2010

Notify For Google Apps Mail and Gmail

Want email notifications for your Gmail accounts even when you are not on the site? You may want to try Spiffy, a free program that supports Gmail and Google Apps mail. The program supports up to five accounts and displays tray alerts (flag and sound alerts) whenever a user receives a new e-mail message.

How does Spiffy work? Well, the process isn’t complicated. Enter the details of five Gmail accounts you want to monitor, specify how often you want them verified, and the program will comply. The other good thing is that Spiffy also supports proxies. Whenever Spiffy notifies about a new mail, you can view it by clicking on the alert. If one is not logged into the account already, the application opens up the Gmail login page automatically in the user’s default Web browser. Once the sign-in process in completed, the user can view the new messages.

Spiffy has a range of customisable features, including a customisable interface, alerts, icons, ‘tell-me-again’ feature for missed alerts, and auto start and hide options. You can also use an option to stop the program from redisplaying messages so as not to receive notifications for spam that you don’t want to read.

Spiffy is a freeware application available in English, Dutch, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Swedish and it can run on Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and requires .NET Framework 2.0.

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