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Mailspring is a desktop email client designed for macOS High Sierra, Windows 10 and Linux. With modern features like unified inbox, snoozing, templates, offline search, and support for Gmail labels, Mailspring will breathe life back into your tired inbox! Mailspring is free and supports all IMAP providers, including Gmail, Office 365 and iCloud. Mailspring does not support Exchange ActiveSync. If your work revolves around email, Mailspring Pro (an optional subscription) adds even more features, supercharging the app with read receipts, link tracking, send later, reminders, contact profiles, etc.
• Unified Inbox - See all your email in a single view
• Powerful Search - Use Gmail search syntax across all your accounts
• Gestures - Swipe to archive from the thread list
• Signatures - Create signatures and set defaults per-account
• Aliases - Send email from aliases you've configured
• Quicklook Integration - See previews of attachments and PDFs within the app
• Notifications - Get rich notifications and reply directly from Notification Center
• Drag & drop - Move emails, add attachments, and more with drag and drop everywhere
• Gmail Labels - Label threads and add, remove, and manage labels within the app
• Keyboard Shortcuts - Choose from popular presets or create custom shortcuts
• Message Templates - Save emails as templates—complete with variables—and quickly autofill messages
• Undo Send - Never accidentally send an email again
Mailspring Pro brings even more:
• Snooze - Dismiss messages until you're ready to handle them
• Reminders - Be reminded when emails you send haven't received replies
• Tracking - See when recipients open your messages and click links
• Contact Profiles - See bios, profile pictures, and more for recipients
• Scheduling - Schedule emails to be sent at a particular date and time
• Company Info - View company size, location, local time and more at a glance
• And many more - see the website for a full list of Pro features
Subscription that costs about $8 per month. Price may vary depending on commitment and so on.
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There are a lot of really neat things about this mail client. I was briefly very excited by it. But it's a dead product with deal-breaking bugs.
It's a poorly optimized web-app (Electron) that takes up a lot of disk space and burns through battery on a laptop. Often needs to be closed and re-opened to restore responsiveness. Typing long messages in particular make is churn down to several seconds between visual updates.
It doesn't integrate with any address book of any kind.
The composer is very basic - think boilerplate WYSIWYG. No image resizing. No tables. I could go on.
It's a paid product making a sustainable amount of revenue (unless there are really only a handful of subscribers), showing that the maintainer is negligent or unskilled to the extent that it's unreasonable to think that these problems will be fixed within even the next half decade.
[Edited by M_Pixel, June 20]
Will not let you use without creating a Mailspring account.
Additionally the uninstaller leaves files all over the place and does a horrible job of cleaning up.
Downloaded, it installed as a user specific app on Windows. However, there appears to be no way to use the software without creating a mailspring ID account. That's a non-starter for me.
Mailspring can't open
.eml file types, which are locally stored email files. Thunderbird can do this, which is a very useful feature as a developer who frequently has to write programs which create emails - I don't always want to send them using an actual email server but I do want to look at them through an email program.
I love the features but not the price. The swipe functions are smooth; the snooze later works great.
NEW, though, is a limit of opening only 5 emails per week? Don't update if you have an older version. I cannot afford $8 a month, so I will have to switch programs.
It's performance is subpar for low-end computers due it's and ElectronJS apps, that make it basically running a chromium. If RAM your main concern, try others first.
There are many things to like about Mailspring:
The app has an simple and neat UI, but I can't believe it does not support proxy. The lack of this essential function really kills the app.
Reading all the reviews (here) and my research elswhere ...
Mailspring is over-rated and over priced and bloated (3x the size of TBird)
I have been using Mailspring for a couple of weeks, after trying a number of other Mac email programs. I really like its combination of simplicity and interesting features. I like the unified inbox and so far it's helping me to stay on top of my incoming emails. There's a couple of thousand others already sitting in my inboxes, but that's another matter.
Muy recomendable, puedes añadir 4 cuentas gratis, interfaz de usuario (GUI) bonita, y en la próxima actualización se espera un calendario (Calendar) para sincronizar con Google Calendar u otros.
Mailspring has notification for when an email has arrived and is minimized to the system tray when I try closing it. If I want this basic functionality on Thunderbird, I have to download extensions.
Mailspring has a nice interface, and is easy to use.
Great app but the Premium part is kind of expensive and there is no student program.
No possibility to attach a mail
"No possibility to attach a mail" ???
Yup you can't attach an email to another one. For example you can do that with outlook.