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Hotbar or incredimail?

Posted by June_ND (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 12, 03 at 19:13

I recieved some info on email Hotbar. I was told it can be some sort of spymail. Now is incredimail the same thing as this Hotbar? Here is the site that I got the info from.

Here is a link that might be useful: Hotbar Info

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RE: Hotbar or incredimail?

I have incredimail and love it. It works as a POP

RE: Hotbar or incredimail?

I use incredmail and love it. No spam. My mail is
transfered from my old e-mail address to them. Didn't
have to change my e-mail address

RE: Hotbar or incredimail?

Then incredimail is entirely different than the Hotbar?

RE: Hotbar or incredimail?

Yes, June...2 entirely different things. :-)

RE: Hotbar or incredimail?

When you download the Hotbar program the part that attaches itself to your browser is what is spyware. You can delete that part and still use the toolbar for Outlook without worrying about spyware.

Here is a link that might be useful: Patricia's Garden

RE: Hotbar or incredimail?

OK please help me figure this out. I have clapping hands on my "new outgoing email" that I think came from incredimail. I need to get rid of them but cannot. I find no incredimail in the computer. Also trying to find out what it was I put in here to get those hands so I put the hotbar on my computer today to see if I could put a more business like item on the top of my mail. I would rather have none of the above. how can I get rid of both. Hoping you can help Thanks Pat

RE: Hotbar or incredimail?

Sorry, can't help with the clapping hands problem.
I have never heard of Hotbar
I LOVE my IncrediMail!

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