This is exactly what I searched for. Found it in a forum that I googled. Tiny code, instant install and presto: there is OE in my system tray. This is as valuable to me as Desktoplistview. Thank you!
I really like this small app. It uses very little resources. No reason for OE to take up space in the task bar. It belongs in the system tray and thats where HideOE puts it. New mail pop-up notifications is icing on the cake.
This is a must have app.
I want to be critical, but actually, there's nothing to be critical about. Wonderful program, which does what you expect to do - stands in systray, alerts on new mails, works with no bugs, has some main options (autostart with Windows, window size etc.).
Best of all - it's free!
Ok, but doesnt alert you about new mail
Great little program with no junk! Does just what it says.
This little program is perfect. (Two Thumbs Up) It does everything it claims. I run numerous different email accounts setup in Outlook Express and this program saves the time and effort of constantly checking OE for important emails. I definitely would and will recommend this "Free" software. Even if it was shareware, it is still a "Must Have".
Hide OE is just what i've been looking for,
this puts OE in the system tray and keeps it running,
then when you have mail a pop up window will come
up telling you, that you have mail.
Make sure not to use the close button,
you want to minimize OE to the system tray
and keep it running....if you see a red icon
that means it's not running.
And the best part no settings to set, install and use.
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