Release Date: April 28, 2003.
HideOE v1.1.1 is a small program that allows you to put Outlook Express on the System Tray. For those who keep Outlook Express permanently open but hate the fact that it takes up space on the taskbar, especially when it is "minimized", and would like to have a less invasive icon in the System Tray (near the clock), here is this nice little program , which realizes precisely this small but widespread desire. You can launch OE directly by launching HideOE, and then leave it in the background on the System Tray until you are connected. If we use the executable it foresees the presence of the Runtimes Files.
Installing, running and setting up the program are all very simple tasks because it all comes down to a few clicks, mostly thanks to the intuitive options displayed in the main window.
HideOE boasts a rather minimal interface with a limited amount of configuration options, but you're still allowed to set up the way you wish to launch Outlook Express.
Plus, you can hide Outlook Express on minimize, show Notifier when new mail arrives, reopen Outlook Express after closing and disable Outlook Express splash screen.
Last but not least, HideOE gives you the option to auto-start Outlook Express with Windows and close Outlook Express every time you close HideOE.
The program places an icon in the Windows System Tray and thus provides access to all these features all the time, without affecting system performance at all. Plus, it works flawlessly on all Windows versions.
Overall, HideOE does what it says and comes to lend a hand to all Outlook Express users who wish to minimize the email client to System Tray. It provides a bunch of other options, all designed to improve the overall experience offered by Outlook Express.
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