Good POP3 collection tool for Exchange 2000?

Posted on 2006-07-05
Last Modified: 2010-03-19
Does anybody know of a good inexpensive pop3 collection tool for Exchange 2000.
Currently using the latest version of Mailgates PopWeal. However, a number of spammers are sending emails that drop the connection and I have to delete them by hand via web-mail. This happen every couple of months but now practically every day. I know there was a free Microsoft Pop3 tool but it never seemed to work at all and there were very few options with it.
Many thanks
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brwwiggins earned 250 total points
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I've used IGetMail before. It is pretty easy to configure and worked well for me

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Try the 30 day evaluation version of Popcon from:

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popbeamer is widely used and seems to be fairly reliable

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The fault tolerance feature in “Igetmail” looks like just the thing that is needed. However, I can not find any real world examples of anyone using it with this feature. But I guess that’s up to me to test with the demo version.
Apologies to Mailgate thier Product was called Pop Weasel. Although my client has been calling it Pop Wilt.  

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Unfortunatly I still have not had a chance to check the product but it looks like it should do the job.
Thanks again

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