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Gmail Notifier

Gmail Notifier

Gmail Notifier is a MSN Messenger like popup written in Python that pops up an alert when new mail is received to a Gmail account.

It provides an attractive and simple way to check for new messages.

gmailusername - fairly self explanatory, must be without the @gmail.com at the end

gmailpassword - obvious

browserpath - this is the full path to the browser that you want Gmail Notifier to
open when you click the popup to goto your Gmail inbox

voffset - this is the amount (in pixels) the popup will be displaced from the bottom of the screen

hoffset - same as above only this is the amount the popup will be displaced from the side of the screen.

checkinterval - this is how often Gmail Notifier will check for new mail (in ms).

animationdelay - this is the amount of time (in ms) that Gmail Notifier will wait before moving the popup up one step. 

popuptimespan - this is the amount of time before the popup will dissappear again after popping up.

 Gmail Notifier 1.6.1.1

Price
Free to download

Size
0.03MB
License

-

Developer
John Winter, Juane Grande and other contributors

Website
gmail-notify.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
Python 2.3 or higher
PyGTK 2.0 or higher
GTK 2.4 or higher
libgmail 0.0.8 or higher

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, Developers Blog, Developers' Mailing List

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Menu based configuration
  • Check remaining Gmail quota
  • Multilanguage support

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