The Bottom Line
- Mail Inspector is a great remote mail tool
- Lets you group and sort mail flexibly and comes with simple spam filtering
- Mail Inspector spots a secure viewer and a simple and fast message editor
- Mail Inspector has no self-learning message filters
- The message editor is not perfect
- Mail Inspector lacks an address book
- Manage multiple POP and IMAP accounts remotely directly at the server with Mail Inspector 2000.
- Can check for new mail in the background, announce it via sound, popup window or MS Agent character.
- Read mail in plain text or HTML and delete it right at the server.
- Compose simple messages or replies directly from Mail Inspector 2000.
- Message list can be grouped by sender, recipient, account, subject and other header lines.
- Mail Inspector 2000 supports Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista.
Guide Review - Mail Inspector 2000 4.1 - Remote Email Tool
Within seconds, you get a list of all mail in your POP and IMAP accounts. This list can be grouped and sorted in a number of smart ways to identify the junk quickly and delete it directly at the server. You can also preview any message in plain text (the default) and HTML.
Using simple spam filters (using keywords as well as black and white lists of senders), Mail Inspector 2000 can identify some spam. Mail Inspector 2000 also lets you send mails and replies. You should probably use this feature for really simple messages, though. If you like gimmicks, Mail Inspector can announce mail with an MS Agent character.