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This app will beep once when an email arrives in the
web version outlook.com ( formerly hotmail and live.com )
It will make a noise  when the email title contains the search text.
Instructions : login to your outlook.com in Internet explorer (IE).& press the GO button.
v2 just checks email title & moves mouse every 20 secs  to stop screen saver..
- no longer available (use v7 below)
v7 will can check email body, email title and email from address if required. This
version requires you to turn on the outlook.com email preview pane. 
The programs help explains more.


Edited by ozmike

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