FreePOPs

Convert webmail to POP3"
A review by John

Unless you have good knowledge on how to run commands on PC via CMD, you may not be able to make use of this utility. However, it is quite easy to set up, and there are no third-party apps to download in order to complement the functions of this program. Interestingly, this app comes along with HTTP and HTML parsing libraries plus an LUA interpreter. It is a comprehensive utility for advanced users. It is command-line utility designed to allow PC users to convert POP3 requests to remote HTTP processes.

Command-line tool

You can make use of this program when your mail provider does not include support for POP3 protocol which makes it impossible for you to access your mailbox without a web browser. Also, this utility can be handy for someone who wants to develop fast POP3 server that would be easy on system resources. Conclusively, this program is effective for its purpose, and it does not slow down your PC performance. Beginners will find it very difficult to run this app as it does not support a Graphical User Interface.

FreePOPs is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in email utilities category and is available to all software users as a free download.

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Author
Alessio Caprari
Last Updated On
May 14, 2019
Runs on
Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP
Total downloads
0
License
Free
File size
1,21 MB
Filename
FreePOPs-0.2.9-openssl.exe

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