Most people have more than one email account these days - at last count, I had more than 7! If you need some help taking care of all of your emails, a Firefox add-on like WebMail Notifier might be what you need.
WebMail Notifier is very discreet on your browser - just a tiny little envelope indicating the number of new mails. Right-clicking on the icon will bring up your accounts and the number of new mails in each. Clicking on the account names will open them, either in a new window or a new tab.
This and other WebMail Notifier options can be changed in the Options area, accessible either via the icon context menu or Tools > Add-ons from the main Firefox toolbar. There are a few interesting options here, including the facility to add or remove accounts, change the schedule on which WebMail Notifier checks for new mail, as well as customizing the notification options.
WebMail Notifier is fast and functional. It's also very easy to configure and set up, but even so, it has no revolutionary features and isn't very slick looking. It does what it says it will, but nothing more and, for now at least, wouldn't convince me to give up my current method - notification via an instant messaging service.
If you need to use web-based email notification, WebMail Notifier will do the job.
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WebMail Notifier supports the following formats
Gmail (Gmail & Google Apps)
Yahoo (yahoo.com, ymail.com, rocketmail.com, yahoo.co.jp)
Hotmail (hotmail.com, msn.com, live.com)
AOL (aol.com, aim.com, mail.com)
Daum (daum.net, hanmail.net)
Nate (nate.com, empas.com)
Paran (paran.com, hanmir.com)