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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Mini Review: Espresso
« on: January 06, 2009, 06:14 PM »
Darwin: Yes, I was just after some more feedback.
allen: You could've disabled it from using its Permissions feature by doing this:
              1. Click Tools, Options
              2. Click the Permissions tab
              3. Click the Settings tab
              4. Uncheck the first three checkboxes and click Save.

Nope, it can't be used to download files from the BitTorrent network.

General Software Discussion / Re: WideStream
« on: December 02, 2008, 10:43 PM »
Try the latest build (its much better than Beta 1).

General Software Discussion / Re: WideStream
« on: October 29, 2008, 02:56 PM »
Beta 1 of it is now out.

General Software Discussion / WideStream
« on: October 27, 2008, 11:22 PM »
WideStream is a graphical download manager and FTP manager for the Microsoft Windows platform. WideStream was created using .NET Framework 3.5 and runs on any version of Microsoft Windows (both 32 bit and 64 bit) starting from Windows 2000. WideStream is an open source software released under Artistic License 2.0. Also, WideStream is freeware.

Homepage -
Screenshots -
Forums - https://sourceforge....rum/?group_id=231599
Tracker - https://sourceforge....er2/?group_id=231599
Download -
Download (Latest Build) -

Wivi ( is a new p2p application through which you can broadcast live video to an unlimited audience.

Wivi is now in open beta and is unique in that it is completely decentralized (there are no servers and no filtering or regulating of content) and in the simplicity a user can broadcast his own live TV (all a user needs is a regular internet home connection).

You can download the Wivi Beta at

Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Mini Review: Espresso
« on: October 10, 2008, 12:51 AM »

General Software Discussion / Re: quick photo viewer
« on: August 08, 2008, 05:08 PM »
Yes, its working just fine for me. Maybe its your graphics card that's having problems displaying them (since Fast Picture Viewer uses it for rendering them).

General Software Discussion / Re: quick photo viewer
« on: July 30, 2008, 10:27 PM »
I like Fast Picture Viewer (

General Software Discussion / Re: DragonBlast
« on: July 29, 2008, 10:22 AM »
3D Models

General Software Discussion / DragonBlast
« on: July 28, 2008, 09:23 PM »
DragonBlast is a newish freeware japanese fighting game. Its graphics are in 3D but its played like a 2D game.



Download (70 MB):
Game launcher: (its updated every now and then)

Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Virtual drive for DivShare
« on: July 28, 2008, 08:42 PM »
It would be nice if someone could make one for it since its API is available. The homepage for it is

Coding Snacks / Re: Mailto Forwarder
« on: July 07, 2008, 05:37 PM »
I did. Just thought I would ask for a temporary fix until he fixes it.

Coding Snacks / Re: Mailto Forwarder
« on: July 07, 2008, 05:32 PM »
Espresso is a mail client and is set as the default. The problem is that when clicking a Mailto: link, its compose window pops up without the To field filled. Somehow, its ignoring the info given via the %1 variable.

Coding Snacks / Re: Mailto Forwarder
« on: July 07, 2008, 05:25 PM »
I just want a program that takes whatever Vista gives to the e-mail client and give Espresso the e-mail address that's in the original command line parameter (Espresso uses the -compose mailto:%1 parameter in order to fill in the To field of the compose window).

Coding Snacks / Mailto Forwarder
« on: July 07, 2008, 05:16 PM »
I would like it if someone could make a program that forwards Mailto: links to another program (such as Espresso).

General Software Discussion / Re: Mailto Forwarder
« on: July 07, 2008, 12:35 AM »
Yes, but as a program that resides in the system tray.

General Software Discussion / Mailto Forwarder
« on: July 07, 2008, 12:22 AM »
Is there a program that can forward mailto: links to another program? I know there's wsendto.exe, but it only works for Pegasus Mail.

Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Mini Review: Espresso
« on: July 07, 2008, 12:18 AM »
I think it does. Plus, you can import that format into it.

Mini-Reviews by Members / Mini Review: Espresso
« on: July 06, 2008, 09:54 PM »
Basic Info

App NameEspresso
App URLhttp://www.kidmoses..../espresso/index.html
App Version Reviewed1.12.68
Test System Specs3 GBs RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.20 GHz, 500 GB Hard Drive, Windows Vista Business Edition SP1
Supported OSesWindows NT, 2000, XP, Vista
Support MethodsEmail
Upgrade PolicyAll updates are free
Trial Version Available?Yes, 14 day trial, a signature is automatically added to outgoing e-mails that tells the receiver of the message that you use Espresso, and a splash screen that has to be clicked on in order to continue loading it
Pricing SchemeFull Version - $24.95
Relationship with DeveloperNone



Espresso is a powerful permissions-based email client designed to completely eliminate spam as you define it from your Inbox.

Espresso's unique email filtering system is based on common sense. Everyone knows from whom they want to receive email. Anyone else who sends you messages is sending you junk, otherwise known as spam. Espresso does not filter junk. It only looks for messages you want to receive based on simple, yet powerful rules. Using a number of options available, you decide how to handle messages from unknown senders.

Who is this app designed for:

It is designed for anyone that wants an e-mail client that won't bog the system down and still have most of the features found in others that are bigger than it.

The Good

  • Lightweight and portable email client
  • Powerful junk mail filtering based on permissions
  • Filter messages using regular expressions
  • Ability to add notes to individual messages
  • Hide private messages from prying eyes
  • Automatic blind copy on all outgoing mail
  • Easily flag important messages
  • Supports POP3, IMAP4, HTTP protocols
  • Preconfigured for easy setup of Hotmail and GMail
  • Built-in ability to backup and restore mailbox
  • Powerful spell-checker for outgoing messages
  • Choose to save or delete messages when you send them
  • Automatically mark messages as read when moved to trash
  • Fast searching for text in the selected folder's/all messages

The needs improvement section

  • Has some non-standard keyboard shortcuts
  • Doesn't catch mailto: links in Vista unless you modify the Registry (EDIT: I fixed it by reinstalling Vista)
  • Doesn't allow you to sync its local folders with IMAP folders
  • Doesn't automatically add outgoing e-mails addresses to the address book (even with the option checked)
  • Can't disable the dialog that appears when closing the "add contact"/"compose" dialog
  • An additional Re: is added to the beginning of the subject of each reply you make to a message
  • Unicode isn't fully supported (characters used in other languages look weird)
  • There should be a space between the user's reply and the quoted message

Why I think you should use this product

I think that you should use this product because its light on RAM/HD usage, is fast when launching it/viewing messages, and is still feature-packed.

How does it compare to similar apps

It comes with most of the features that they have. Such as Spell Checking and Flagging/Labeling messages.


In conclusion, its a really good e-mail client that is lightweight and is still being worked on (the developer stated that he would update it later this year). My rating for it is a 4.5/5.
Links to other reviews of this application

Popcorn has been updated today. Btw, its also open source.

Well, I've stopped using WazTree III until its worked on some more. Now I'm using a file manager called FileMatrix (http://www.gardenero...filematrix/index.htm).

No crashes so far. But, it does flicker (refresh) more than it should.

Here's a new file manager that i've been using for a couple of days:

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