With many of us moving over to web mail, this enables us to access our incoming email from just about any location, as long as you have access to a web browser. If you're at work, you can't set up your email client to download your personal email and you won't want to be seen to be checking your Gmail account every 10 minutes to see if you've received mail. The answer is an assistant that will keep checking your account to see if you have a new message and then notify you discreetly.
GmailAssistant 1.0 is a free tool that will reside in your system try and keep checking your Gmail account. It will handle more than one account, so you could use it to check your other accounts or other people's accounts (with permission). It's based on Java, so you could use it on any operating system with Java installed. Hopefully your work machine will have Java pre-installed.
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