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freepops

http://www.freepops.org/en/about.shtml

FreePOPs is free software released under the terms of the GNU/GPL license. No warranties.

pls do it portable

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another site of the project
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WebMail Plugin

It's far easier to use the Webmail plugin for Thunderbird:
http://webmail.mozdev.org/

It supports all the big ones:
http://webmail.mozdev.org/domains.html

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!

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it very nice

it very very nice.
but it make me to use Thunderbird.
if i want use outlook or incredimail or other mail softwer handler i can't.

freepops it was main to all mail softwer handler.

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Right, but local

But outlook, incredimail, etc aren't portable (excluding illegal packages), in which case you can just install freepops locally since having it portable provides no advantage.

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there computers there outlook

there computers there outlook it a program set that already in the computer and you don't need to install and there many portable client that know to download pop3 email. i just mention the known clients.

so if i want use my portable client or outlook in my office to download my email from yahoo i need to use only thunder-birds. i don't say that she isn't good, i just use different clients in my home study or office.

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Right, local

But that's my point. If you're using Outlook or another local email client, you can just use freepops locally. Having it portably doesn't buy you anything.

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