| Security Bulldog is very lightweight.
In a nutshell, if you have
a computer running MS Windows and an email account you can use Security Bulldog.
The following are the detailed
requirements to run Security Bulldog.
- Computer running Windows
95 or higher (95, 98, NT, ME, 2000, XP).
- Any email program able to
check POP3 servers (most any email program such as Outlook, Netscape
- Three megabytes of disk
storage (very small, approximately the size of two floppies).
- Access to a POP3 email server
account (This is by far the most common type of email account).
- Winsock 2. - Some early
versions of Windows 95 came with Winsock 1.
If you are running an early version of Windows 95 and have not yet upgraded
to Winsock 2 you can download the free update from Microsoft here.
Security Bulldog will let you know if you are currently using Winsock 1, so you
shouldn't have to worry about this.
If you are currently using
email, chances are that Security Bulldog will work for you.
The major exception to this
is if you are using a web only email account such as Yahoo.
If you have such an account, you can still use Security Bulldog by running a
webmail program such as Web2Pop.
If you have a web based email account with either Hotmail or msn then
you can get all the power of Security Bulldog and much more with Top
Top Dog also gives you
access to Hotmail and msn accounts.
Another exception to this is
if you require the use of IMAP or the Microsoft
Exchange Server protocol.
Note: Microsoft Exchange Server also
includes support for the POP protocol. So you can use Exchange Server
Future versions of Security Bulldog
will support Exchange Server
and IMAP as well as a number of additional web based email accounts.