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Interesting email checker

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    This says it will check up to 16 different email accounts and let you know which ones have NEW MAIL..

    Sounds interesting but i dont know about putting passwords in a 3rd party program though!

    What do others think?

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    Re: Interesting email checker

    No way. I don't ever give my passwords to a 3rd party. No way, no how, even though it's supposed to be a program you install locally.
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    Re: Interesting email checker

    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderVamp9 View Post
    No way. I don't ever give my passwords to a 3rd party. No way, no how, even though it's supposed to be a program you install locally.
    Most of us know better then to click on Dude's links anyway.

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    Re: Interesting email checker

    Quote Originally Posted by Diofan View Post
    Most of us know better then to click on Dude's links anyway.
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    Re: Interesting email checker

    Yeah, Tom, BAAAAD idea to do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderVamp9
    No way. I don't ever give my passwords to a 3rd party. No way, no how, even though it's supposed to be a program you install locally.
    Yes and you dont know is the program is going to "PHONE HOME" with the data you have entered!

    I think its best to avoid such things (Even if they seem usefull)

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