Nope, POP3. Kinda like a help desk tool. Something that preferably (is in the system tray) and that I can just pop up and type a user name and password in and it will list the e-mail that is currently on the server. Then I can either select messages and delete them or I can purge the whole account of messages. The only thing I would want it to save is the mail server name.
See we have customers call in with e-mail problems and sometimes it's nice to convienently be able to log into their e-mail account without going to DOS and telneting into the account.