Msgtag - Notifies you when your emails have been opened

MSGTAG is a new desktop application that tells you when your emails have been received and opened.

You send an email out and wait patiently for a reply. Has it got there? and if so, has it been read? When did they read it?

Message tags take the uncertainty out of email by allowing you to deliver messages, instead of just sending them. It works alongside your existing mail program, sending you an email the moment your message is viewed — just to let you know. MSGTAG simply lets you know they've got the message. So now you don't have to wonder, because you'll know.

Message tags notify you the moment your messages are opened
When your email is viewed at its destination, MSGTAG lets you know. You receive notification from MSGTAG telling you that your message has been opened. The notification also details when the message was sent, when it was viewed, and what the delay has been in between.

MSGTAG works in the background with a small icon sitting in your system tray and you will hardly notice it is there..

MSGTAG comes in three versions.

  • MSGTAG Free
  • MSGTAG Plus
  • MSGTAG Status

For more detailed information on the three products, visit MSGTAG Homepage
Any of the versions can be downloaded from here MSGTAG Download page

System Requirments for all MSTAG products

  • Windows 98, 2000, Me or XP
  • Almost any email program including Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Pegasus, Netscape Mail and Incredimail
  • You need to be using an SMTP mail server, which almost every home computer uses
  • Please note that Hotmail, Yahoo!, AOL and similar services do not use the SMTP protocol, and so CANNOT be used to run MSGTAG, but you can send message tags to them
  • MSGTAG will not work with an MS Exchange mail server