Mail Call
Mail Call
2.3

1.6

Mail Call free download for Mac

Mail Call for Mac2.3

01 June 2017

Full-featured mail notifier.

What is Mail Call for Mac

Mail Call is a full-featured mail notifier for email accounts that support IMAP. Be notified when unread messages come in, and be able to quickly react to them by viewing, replying, moving, deleting, and more! Upon launching, Mail Call can be opened and closed by selecting the mail icon in the menu bar. Mail Call does not currently support the POP protocol. Mail Call only presents email messages marked as unread.

Features
  • Supports multiple email accounts
  • Unified email list (See messages from all your accounts in one list)
  • Quickly view unread messages
  • Compose and reply to messages
  • Move, delete, and mark messages as read
  • Save and send attachments
  • Notifications (Sounds, Notification Center Banners, Status bar icon and count)
  • IMAP/SMTP support

For any issues and feedback, please contact support at contact@mailcallapp.com.

What's new in Mail Call

Version 2.3:
  • Bug Fixes and performance improvements

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Bob Jacobson
Bob Jacobson
May 16 2018
2.3
0.0
May 16 2018
0.0
Version: 2.3
So far as I can tell, Mail Call is not updated to work with current versions of macOS. I can't get it to work with High Sierra. I tried to contact the author, without success. I even had a hard time removing the troublesome application. Correct me if I'm wrong, please. While it worked, Mail Call was a useful, fun program.....
Shane-Smith
Shane-Smith
Jun 1 2017
2.3
3.5
Jun 1 2017
3.5
Version: 2.3
I'm not sure what everyone's problem is with this program, it's not perfect but it does what it should be doing. The program is for those who don't want your main mail program open all the time. My biggest complaints about the program are how it handles certain functions. If you delete something is literally deletes it. This might sound weird but if your used to Gmail's way of handling email trashed items then you will understand. Downloading attached files is a two step process which is strange. Hitting the spacebar opens a selected email but selecting the spacebar while the email is open doesn't close it. I wish this program would see some updates/upgrades, it's been a long while.
BadApplesInc
BadApplesInc
May 25 2016
2.1
0.5
May 25 2016
0.5
Version: 2.1
only 10$ for getting notfied about a new mail. an offer you cannot reject.
wickedsp1d3r
wickedsp1d3r
Apr 23 2016
2.1
0.0
Apr 23 2016
0.0
Version: 2.1
Is there ANY possibility to have NON App Store version?
Rochade
Rochade
Jan 11 2016
2.1
3.0
Jan 11 2016
3.0
Version: 2.1
I won't rate this app a half star only, so I add my own rating and opinion. And no: I don't overrate it for that purpose. Yes, the price is probably too high but it does what it says and I use it all day as I don't want to have a mail client open all the time. That way I can see immediately if there is something that has to be handled asap or can a little bit longer wait. Sending E-Mails is not comfortable as the mail won't be in my outbox and so I can't see later if I replied to a message or not. But I mainly only use it for a quick look. For this purpose it works fine.
Jr23
Jr23
Dec 6 2015
2.0.2
0.0
Dec 6 2015
0.0
Version: 2.0.2
Tried to set up gmail, but gmail won't allow me to connect to their server (app say "Unable to authenticate with the current session's credentials." Also, got an email from Google saying "Someone just tried to sign in to your Google Account ******@gmail.com from an app that doesn't meet modern security standards." Google included a link on "Allowing less secure apps to access your account," which they recommend against. Is this a known issue with Mail Call? Will it be updated to fix this? This was my first attempt to use Mail Call. Was really hoping this would work like the old Notify app, but I'm not comfortable making Gmail less secure. I'm using OS X 10.10.
Turquoise
Turquoise
Sep 29 2015
2.0.2
0.5
Sep 29 2015
0.5
Version: 2.0.2
Other than collecting its hefty price, developer doesn't seem very interested in perfecting her application and bringing updates to its many bugs.
jack2001
jack2001
Dec 17 2014
2.0.2
0.5
Dec 17 2014
0.5
Version: 2.0.2
se non si prova non si compra
Shane-Smith
Shane-Smith
Nov 12 2014
2.0
3.5
Nov 12 2014
3.5
Version: 2.0
I'm glad this has been updated, hopefully the crashing will go away now. Pretty sure it had to do with dual monitors. I'm a bit confused with the Interface improvements line. I see no difference from the last version? Perhaps this update was for Yosemite users? I really wish it would remember where the preview window last opened. I like the fact you can hit the spacebar to open the preview window I only wish you could do the same thing to close it.
Lgoldman
Lgoldman
Feb 7 2014
1.7
0.5
Feb 7 2014
0.5
Version: 1.7
Beware--if you're using an earlier version of Mail Call, do NOT install this update. It does precisely the opposite of what it claims (getting rid of the "file is damaged" notice). Once you've replaced your earlier version, it is impossible to restore it, and you will be left with a crippled app.
larrymcj
larrymcj
Jan 18 2014
1.7
0.0
Jan 18 2014
0.0
Version: 1.7
Does anyone know if this app will also simply take the place of the Google Notifier? I don't want to use Mail Call's GUI (it reminds me too much of the hideous Mail.app. I just want to be notified on my Menu Bar that I have email in my Gmail account and press a button to be taken there. Before anyone recommends other simple apps like Gmail Notifr...I've already tried every one of them available and they each have their problems. Thanks.
Jr23
Jr23
Dec 20 2013
1.6
0.0
Dec 20 2013
0.0
Version: 1.6
Does this app use 10.8+ built-in notifications, or does it use Growl (as Notify.app did/does)? Also, I'll add my voice to the requests for the option of tabbed accounts in the main window (one of Notify's nice features).
Ry-ma
Ry-ma
Dec 5 2013
1.6
0.0
Dec 5 2013
0.0
Version: 1.6
There is no demo version???
Rofra
Rofra
Aug 9 2013
1.4
4.5
Aug 9 2013
4.5
Version: 1.4
In spite of my earlier comment about the price, i bought the app in the App Store. Wether the price is right or not, the app works like a charm, even better then Notify. While installing i was in the Netherlands and the app found a German IMAP server for my French Email-account. (Address German server identical to the one in France, except .de instead of .fr) For all my 4 accounts the app found and used IMAP- and SMTP-servers, gates, SSL-settings... the works. All accounts worked fine for detecting and sending new mail. The one (?) advantage of Notify is the use of tabs which makes it very simple to see in which account there is new mail and to switch between accounts. I'm happy with MailCall although Notify behaved rather well since i installed Mountain Lion. As Apple already has the next OS X on the stove, i thought better to replace an app which is not supported any longer.
Rofra
Rofra
Aug 9 2013
1.4
4.5
Aug 9 2013
4.5
Version: 1.4
Price in App Store is twice as high ($ 9.99)!
iMacintosh
iMacintosh
Mar 29 2013
1.3
0.0
Mar 29 2013
0.0
Version: 1.3
Why would I buy something if i cant try it first ?
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Mar 12 2013
1.3
5.0
Mar 12 2013
5.0
Version: 1.3
Well, although I could not try before I buy, I did e-mail them with some questions. They replied very promptly. I was a big fan of Notify, but that's no longer being supported or developed. Mail Call, to my delight, is very much like Notify; better in some ways. If you liked Notify, you'd probably find this to be worth the investment.
wickedsp1d3r
wickedsp1d3r
Jan 3 2013
1.0
0.0
Jan 3 2013
0.0
Version: 1.0
No try, no buy!!
$9.99Buy Now

1.6

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

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