eM Client is a Windows based e-mail client for sending and receiving e-mails, managing calendars, contacts and tasks. It is being developed as a user friendly alternative to existing e-mail clients and Calendar solutions (MS Outlook, Thunderbird, The Bat). eM Client offers much more than just e-mails and calendars. It integrates Skype functions, RSS feeds and widgets.
.NET Framework 2.0
- EM Client 3 brings a brand new interface with many features like over-the-air synchronization with mobile devices like iPhone or Android. It also allows seamless synchronization with Gmail (e-mails, calendars, contacts and tasks) and automated migration f
Reviewing 3 (Aug 30, 2011)
By far the best Gmail integration of any email client. If you have a Gmail account then this is a must have. It only takes a minute to install and setup, so do yourself a favor and give it a try. Email, calendar, and contacts all sync with Gmail and I don't know any other email client that does that or with such simple setup. It also looks like they have great support for sync with other email domains like yahoo, aol, etc. but I haven't tried them myself.
Reviewing 3 (Jul 13, 2011)
Quite smart solution. I find it much more user friendly than Outlook. Fully synchronized with gmail with skype and facebook integrated. The only problem is that it doesn´t support blackberry.
Reviewing 2.5 (Feb 26, 2011)
version 3 is just released. it looks promising but i still could not see threaded message view option. still using eM & thunderbird together.
Reviewing 1.2 Beta (Aug 14, 2008)
The publisher's description does this program no justice for future improvements. I recommend going to their site and reading up on what they plan to do. Some of the updates they're planning are going to be astronomical. If they pull through with most of them, they'll have more than a fighting chance in the e-mail client world. As of now, its just good, not great.
Reviewing 1.2 Beta (Jun 13, 2008)
I would also like to see control of the font. Having the capability to resize the font is important to me. Especially in the reading pane because us seniors can have problems reading small font sizes. Being able to adjust the font size in the reading pane with the mouse wheel would be a nice feature. Even Outlook does a poor job of controlling font size. Give us total visual control and make us baby boomers happy. We still comprise the largest demographic segment.
I do like what I see so far and will definitely be keeping my eye on this one. Well done so far.
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