UMail Agent 1.0
The UMailAgent application automatically checks for incoming messages at the service Umail.NET, one that provides you with disposable email accounts; this option can become quite useful since every website and forum you visit tends to request registration with a valid email address, gradually filling your inbox with possibly unwanted correspondence.
This service includes advanced settings such as anti-spam policies that better secure your account, a selection of different themes for your interface, as well as functionalities such as tagging and prioritizing different messages. You can even use the Umail.NET service for automatically responding to messages when away, utilizing your own custom reply text.
In addition, a personal feedback form is provided to you and you can simply add a link in your website to allow for visitors to contact you with comments, problems and questions. The service also provides you with a simple application called UmailAgent, one that allows you to automatically check for new emails on a custom-defined, regular basis.
Considering all these functions, the Umail.NET service capabilities quite differ from the traditional options provided by email providers. Navigate to http://umail.net to find out how.
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