Receive e-mail notifications for multiple accounts with Webmail Notifier
Author: Byungwook Kang
Browsers: Mozilla Firefox
Windows OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2003/2000/NT/98
Handling multiple e-mail accounts is quite a tough job. And if you need to check all the accounts simultaneously, then it can take too much of your time. Also, with an advent of social networking sites, you may not be getting time to read through all the messages. In this manner, there is a possibility that you might lose some important messages. So, get away with the pain of inserting those passwords and checking your different accounts. Now, you can straight away manage all your accounts directly from a single window of your browser. WebMail Notifier is an extension used with Mozilla Firefox browser. After installing the add-on in your browser, you can configure multiple e-mail accounts to get instant notifications for fresh mails.
Once all the passwords are stored and e-mail protocols are added, it can constantly check for new mails. The next time a new mail is received in your account, it will show as a popup window at the right bottom screen. You can click the notification and check your mails instantly without having to log-in to those accounts. However, the mail notification will open the popup envelope in a new window. This option can be personalized to launch the new mail window in a browser tab.
Some of the features related with WebMail Notifier are given below.
• Easy Functionality:
WebMail Notifier has got a simple and streamline interface. You can easily set-up your e-mail accounts. Moreover, it supports e-mails like Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo.
• Quick Response Time:
The moment a mail is received in the mailbox, the add-on can notify instantly about the fresh mail.
• Scripts Integration:
In case an account is not supported, then you can build your own scripts for that account to integrate in this add-on.
At present, this add-on is only used with Mozilla Firefox but you can expect a specific version for Google Chrome and Internet Explorer in the near future.