Becky! Internet Mail – is a multi-featured E-mail client specialized for Windows and the Internet. Becky! has almost every feature that is needed for an e-mail client.
Its no-nonsense usability is widely supported by not only individual users but also large companies and schools, especially in Japan.
• You can create not only multiple mailboxes but also create multiple profiles for each mailbox. That will make very flexible mailbox management for people who has a lot of e-mail accounts.
• It supports POP3, IMAP4, SMTP (with or without SSL).
• For its features, the program size is unbelievably compact. It is developed with good old C++ and optimized for Windows, which promises quick response in every aspect.
• You can view and write HTML mail within Becky! using Microsoft IE’s inline component.
• The useful “Template” feature allows you to create templates for everyday’s fixed work, that will incredibly save your time.
• The friendly “Reminder” feature allows you to deliver messages from you to you on the scheduled date.
• The powerful filtering manager allows you to create very flexible filtering rule that can contain almost infinite And/Or conditions and various filtering actions. You can also quickly make a filtering rule by drag&drop with Alt key.
• The “Mailing lists Manager” can manage many mailing list that you have subscribed in one window.
• Its “Plug-in Interface” allows the third parties to create powerful add-on programs.
• You can bring out your Becky! in your USB memory using “Sync With Portable Media” functionality. You can plug-in your USB memory to any Windows computer and she is there! It leaves virtually no footprint on the target computer, so it is ideal for Internet Cafe.
• Its “Query” feature searches strings in any folders, and this Query result can be saved as a folder.
• Its unique “Agents” feature can manage non-urgent work like “Need Reply in Xdays”, “Wait for Reply”, etc. You can forget about those chores and concentrate on the important work.
Becky! Internet Mail 2.75.03 Portable (3 MB)
This post was recently updated on December 29, 2020