If you’re one of the millions of us who just don’t like using Webmail or Gmail type mail interfaces here’s a client side email program that can easily take the place of Outlook or Outlook Express.
eM Client works with Gmail, iCloud, Microsoft Office 365, Outlook, Outlook.com, Microsoft Exchange, Apple Server and just about any POP3, SMTP or IMAP mail server available. You can easily import your data from most of the other e-mail clients including Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, The Bat and many others. It’s also optimized to run smoothly on Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 and fully supports touch enabled devices like laptops, tablets and hybrid devices.
Some of the other high end features include: Secure communication (SSL/TLS) Message encrypting (S/MIME), advanced email rules management, spell check throughout the entire application, a built-in email translator using the Bing translate engine, email templates, signatures, tags and categorizations.
But wait – there’s more. You also get a robust calendar which you can customize and share with others, send and receive meeting invitations/confirmations as well as free/busy scheduling features. A comprehensive contact management interface is included as well as a built in chat interface running inside the application or as a detached window that works with all the common chat services (Google chat, Facebook chat, Jabber, ICQ to name a few) Throw in File Transfer support to round out the package.
So – what’s all this power and productivity going to cost you??? For non-commercial users, not a penny. That’s right – home users get a free license with no functional limitations except that you’re limited to 2 email accounts.
eM Client is so loaded with features it’s easy to forget it only supports 2 email accounts. While this could be a burden for some, many others will find this mail client to be the answer to their email prayers.
If you’re looking for a Microsoft Outlook experience without paying an arm and a leg, you should definitely consider eM Client. It’s a functional dead ringer for Microsoft’s flagship e-mail client and it’s organized in largely the same manner. If you know Outlook, you’ll have no trouble using eM Client, and eM Client has many more features.
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