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Email giving you headaches? MSGTAG has the remedy. MSGTAG Free sends you email notifications when your messages are received and opened by your friends. The eye-catching MSGTAG capsule sits on your desktop or in your system tray, allowing you to enable or disable tagging with one click. Best of all, MSGTAG Free is free!

MSGTAG FREE FEATURES
  • Works alongside your existing email client, so that you don't have to change the way you compose or send your messages
  • Sends you email notification when your mail is received and viewed. Email receipts tell you the date and time the message was sent, the date and time that it was opened, and how long it has been in between.
  • Works on all popular email clients including Outlook, Outlook Express, Incredimail, Netscape Mail, Eudora and Pegasus Mail.
  • Entirely automatic with no irritating popup windows. The recipient sees a small MSGTAG footer at the end of each email so they know that you know.
  • Supports attachments, inline images, and multimedia emails.
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    BEFORE YOU DOWNLOAD, PLEASE CHECK:

    1. Your computer is running Windows 98, 2000, Me or XP

    2. You're using an email program such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Incredimail, Eudora, Pegasus, or Netscape Mail which uses the SMTP protocol.
    Please note that Hotmail, Yahoo!, AOL and similar services CANNOT run MSGTAG.
    You can send message-tags to Hotmail, Yahoo! and AOL addresses, and use these services to receive your receipts, but you cannot send tagged messages from these services.

    FREE Download

    Version: 1.4.5
    File size: 1.1MB
    Download time:
    3 minutes @ 56kbps

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