eM Client is a full featured e-mail client with a modern and easy to use interface. eM Client also offers calendar, tasks, contacts and chat. eM Client supports all major services including Gmail, Exchange, iCloud, and Outlook.com. You can easily import your data from most of the other e-mail clients. This includes Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, The Bat and more. eM Client fully supports touch devices like touch-enabled laptops, tablets and hybrid devices. Use your email client easily in a modern way.
eM Client PRO vs. Free version
While the Free license allows you to set up the maximum of two accounts in the application, it is possible to add an unlimited number of accounts with the PRO license. The PRO license also enables you to use eM Client for commercial purposes. Commercial use is any activity that helps you make profit, the Free license therefore cannot be used in company settings or on personal computers for business correspondence. PRO users also gain access to the dedicated support system and to the licensing manager.
eM Client has been fully optimized to run smoothly on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10 and 11.
eM Client 9.2.1577.0 changelog:
- Added support for importing contacts from Thunderbird 102+
- Improved limited-time sync behavior
- QR Export feature
- Visual improvement for font selection
- Better keyboard tabbing support for attachments
- Fixed Automatic archiving for Gmail accounts
- Fixed limited-time sync for SmarterMail accounts
- Fixed reminder text: X seconds before -> X seconds ago
- Fixed showing IceWarp SmartAttach attachments more than once
- Fixed note deletion after changing message subject
- Fixed the size of Date/Time picker on larger DPIs
- German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Czech, Latvian and Dutch localizations updated
- A lot of fixes and optimizations
Download: eM Client 9.2.1577 | 113.0 MB (Free, paid upgrade available)
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