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The Icon Bar: News and features: New Image Software goodies: MailScout and Money Manager 2002
 

New Image Software goodies: MailScout and Money Manager 2002

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 12:48, 21/5/2002 |
 
Image Software sends word of their new and improved programs.

Offering one is MailScout, which is a program for getting rid of junkmail. One of the most annoying things about junkmail is that usually, by the time you get to delete it, you've already spent time and money downloading it. MailScout works by deleting the messages from the server directly; it takes a look at your mail, figures out which ones look like spam (and PC email viruses could be added to the configurable filter I guess) and flags them up for deletion. You then can then make any changes and delete the offending items before they end up in your email client. It also works on both IMAP and POP3. Cool!

Offering two is Money Manager 2002, the second version of Money Manager and now with QIF file format support. QIF is the standard, as used by Quicken and MS Money, so you can move your data across or import files downloaded from your favourite online banking website. There are a number of other improvements to the user interface as well, so keep an eye out for the upcoming Archive review.

Source: Image Software
 

  New Image Software goodies: MailScout and Money Manager 2002
  (13:03 21/5/2002)
  Richard Goodwin (13:08 21/5/2002)
    Iain Williamson (14:16 21/5/2002)
      Richard Goodwin (14:20 21/5/2002)
        mark quint (15:53 21/5/2002)
 
Richard Walker Message #91071, posted at 13:03, 21/5/2002
Unregistered user How do these applications compare to the (apparently-dreadful, and all-gone-quiet) Nutmeg and Cassia?
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Richard Goodwin Message #91072, posted at 13:08, 21/5/2002, in reply to message #91071
Unregistered user Dunno as I haven't played with any of the above, but I'm seriously tempted by MailScout. There are some screengrabs of MailScout in action on the page linked to (above).
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Iain Williamson Message #91073, posted at 14:16, 21/5/2002, in reply to message #91072
Unregistered user Not convinced how well you can tell whether an email is spam or not without downloading the whole thing. Not when I get spam with 'Re: Invitation' subjects and mails from friends with 'Amazing buying opportunity! *Hurry*!' as their subject line...
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Richard Goodwin Message #91074, posted at 14:20, 21/5/2002, in reply to message #91073
Unregistered user LOL! Maybe you need to sort out your friends - or get new ones :)
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mark quint Message #91075, posted at 15:53, 21/5/2002, in reply to message #91074
Unregistered user :o QUIFF support!
any smilies available? :E
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