Forwards email from POP/POP3 and MSN HOTMAIL mailboxes to SMTP Servers like Exchange, Lotus Notes, etc. Support for Event scripts, allowing advanced customization/actions. Support single user and Multi User (Domain) mailboxes.
Pros: POPREP is a eMail forwarder. This works as a Windows services and is able to receive mail from POP/POP3 as well as MSN/Hotmail mailboxes. The mail then gets forwarded to SMTP recipients (Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Notes, Novell GroupWise, etc.) It supports mailboxes for single or multiple users in one domain.
By default a local administrator can administer the service, so if you are an Administrator there is no additional configuration required. If you run a locked down environment you may want to grant management privileges to a different account, to do so add that user to the group PopRepAdmins. You would do so using the Windows Computer Management Console, or the control panel applet User accounts. Launching the admin console is the next step add configurations details thereafter. One of the items here is the password. In most instances you will only have a single SMTP server that you forward the mails through. Setting up the inbound parameters such account name, password and any other authentication as well as setting up of the outbound parameters is the next step. So the first thing we should do is to configure the settings so that we can use this server for all/any connector. Some antivirus and logging adjustments may be required. It also has a built in scripting host, allowing the execution of Event scripts for each email in transit, this can be used for spam filtering, AV Checking, conditional forwarding, etc. It provides full control of Authentication (Login, Cram, APOP, NTLM, etc) and Encryption protocols (SSL, TLS) and works in all versions of Windows from 2000-2008, XP and Vista, 32 & 64 Bit.
Cons: Nothing particularly problematic noticed.
Overall a nice program and aids in mail forwarding, this is good for at least a 3 star rating.