myMail – Free Email Application
Manage all your email accounts at once! Whether it’s Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, AOL, iCloud, Live, Exchange or GMX, myMail email client supports all major mail providers and any other IMAP or POP3-enabled mailbox.
myMail keeps your mail securely in one place. It makes communication fast, light and mobile-friendly. The app allows you to preview, read, reply and forward your messages as well as to add and view attachments. All you need is your email login and password and the mail app is ready to use.
myMail supports all popular email services:
— Google Mail (Gmail, Google Apps for Business and Education)
— Microsoft (Hotmail, MSN mail, MS Outlook, Office 365 and Live)
— Yahoo mail (previously, ymail)
— Apple (iCloud, me.com, mac.com)
— My Mail mobile email (my.com)
myMail automatically sets up IMAP, POP and SMTP settings for most host domains and includes support for the majority of corporate email servers such as Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange where IMAP and SMTP are enabled.
✻ Real-time push notifications for your mail account which can be customized to better fit your work-life schedule
✻ Navigate easily through your inbox with menu icons and contacts’ avatars as part of your conversation
✻ Search through local and server contacts (Gmail, MSN Hotmail, Outlook and Live) with search suggestions as you type
✻ Browse files directly from the mail app to include as attachments
✻ Create a unique email signature
✻ Organised your mailbox by flagging, moving to spam or deleting your messages
✻ Filter by Unread email, Flagged or emails with Attachments
✻ Clear layout and design
✻ Active Sync protocol supported
✻ View your entire email conversation on one screen with email threads.
✻ Add, delete, label and manage folders
✻ Create filters to organised your messages e.g. by sender
The application is optimized for you smartphone and tablet.
Email security is our key priority. The app uses Oath authentication to sign in to Hotmail, Gmail and Outlook accounts and does not request users’ credentials. Instead, access to users’ data is required directly from Microsoft and Google websites, which ensures a secure e-mail login.
EWS protocol is not supported yet however keep an eye on future updates.