Can automatically print your emails
Mail Print will automatically print your emails from any standard POP3 or IMAP account. Mail Print runs without any user interaction, just set it up and leave it to check your mail on a regular interval and print out any new messages. Here are some key features of "Mail Print":
POP3 and IMAP:
· Mail Print supports POP3 and IMAP protocols allowing you to connect to most mail servers including Google Mail.
· Secure connections to your mail server keep your messages and email accounts safe. Mail Print works alongside your existing anti-virus and anti-spam protection.
· Mail Print runs in the background as a Windows service making it robust. Install it on a local PC or on a server in your datacentre.
· Poll as many email accounts and print to as many printers as you need, Mail Print has no limits.
· Apply rules to your incoming messages so you only print want you want, ignore everything else. Filter on From, To and Subject headers and the content of the message.
· Actions make Mail Print flexible, configure each account to print messages, attachments, delete messages, run external programs, play sounds or save messages to file.
· 30 days trial
· Nag screen What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· We have split the mail queue into two different types, one for IMAP and another for POP3. This has allowed us to add new actions that are specific to IMAP. It also makes it easier for us to support different queue types in future releases.
· IMAP email accounts support multiple mailboxes, these are usually displayed as folders in your mail client. You can now specify which mailbox Mail Print monitors for new messages. There is also a new action that moves messages to a different mailbox. A good use of this would be to move processed messages to a completed folder after all the other actions have run.
· The new Forward Message action lets you reply to and forward messages, ideal for receipt confirmations.
· Previously there were two editions of Mail Print, standard and professional. Nearly everyone purchased the professional version so we have decided to drop the distinction. There is now only one edition of Mail Print.