By Pugsley LLC
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Mail Call is a full feature mail notifier for email accounts that support IMAP. Be notified when unread messages come in, and be able to quickly react to them by viewing, replying, moving, deleting, and more!
-Supports multiple email accounts
-Unified email list (See messages from all your accounts in one list)
-Quickly view unread messages
-Compose & reply to messages
-Move, delete, and mark messages as read
-Save & send attachments
-Notifications (Visual & Audible)
Mail Call supports mail providers that use IMAP. A few examples are Gmail, Yahoo!, Outlook, iCloud, AOL, Rackspace, 1and1, and more!
Upon launching, Mail Call can be opened and closed by selecting the mail icon in the menu bar.
Mail Call does not currently support the POP protocol. Mail Call only presents email messages marked as unread.
For any issues and feedback, please contact support at email@example.com
What's New in Version 2.0.2
-Fixed issue with mail servers with self-signed certificates
What's New in 2.0
-Upgraded email engine
-Added IDLE support (Be notified of new emails immediately!)
-Improved email composing
Doesn’t worth its price
I thought this app would be like Notify, but it’s not stable at all for the below reasons, I’m switching back to Notify!
1. When I delete an email it doesn't actually goes to the "Trash" folder, tried to check where the emails go when I delete them and found out that when I use a Gmail account, the deleted emails go to the "All Mail" Folder, and when I use an Outlook account, the deleted ones never show under under any folder! tried to search for them but found nothing! (The were permanetly deleted).
2. After adding around 4 email clients (3 Google Apps accounts and 1 Outlook), Mail Call doesn't work properly, and doesn't show any new email and the updating (refresh) button keeps loading forever.
3. Outlook account syncing is really slow. ( after receiving an email in my Inbox, I tried to update Mail Call many times, but by the end it doesn't show that there's any new new email.
I’ve lost too many emails in composition to give this what otherwise would be five stars. It crashes at the worst times. Good as a notifier, and to read, but unless your doing something very short, I would not advise using this app unless you like wasting time, energy, and away.
I like that this app can support Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, and my private IMAP server. It’s just what I’ve been looking for. Well worth the money.