Polymail
Polymail
2.1.6

2.4

Polymail free download for Mac

Polymail

2.1.6
07 October 2019

Simple, beautiful, powerful e-mail.

Overview

Polymail provides a powerful platform for email productivity in a beautiful native app - on desktop and mobile.

Features
  • The modern email client, redesigned - Master your inbox with the most powerful email productivity tools - Email Tracking, Read Later, Send Later, and more. All from a simple, unified interface. Say goodbye to cluttered browser add-ons and hello to beautiful email productivity.
  • Stay on top of important connections - Know everything about who you’re emailing with detailed Contact Profiles. Follow-up at the perfect time by knowing exactly when they read your email. Always get the information you need to never miss out on valuable opportunities.
  • Seamlessly manage all your accounts - Organize email across your Gmail, iCloud, Outlook, or other IMAP accounts with simplicity. Quickly find important messages with lightning-fast, unified search across all your accounts, and easily manage your communication like never before.

Polymail is available in three editions: Basic, Pro, and Enterprise. Pricing information can be found here.

What's new in Polymail

Version 2.1.6:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

19 Polymail Reviews

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badbadger
21 July 2016

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This application is a mastery of spying. Be careful what you agree. Quote from the "Privacy Policy": (...) We collect information about the features on the Application that you use and how you use them. This information includes: - Device Information. We collect device-specific information (such as your hardware model, operating system version, unique device identifiers and mobile network information including phone number). - Log information. When you use our Application, we automatically collect and store certain information in server logs. This includes: • details of how you used our Application, such as your search queries. • Internet protocol address. • device event information such as crashes, system activity, hardware settings, browser type, browser language, the date and time of your request and referral URL. - Location information. In connection with your use of certain features on the Application, we may collect and process information about your actual location, IP address or other similar items. We use various technologies to determine location, including IP address, GPS, and other sensors that may, for example, provide us with information on nearby devices. - Information regarding contacts. We or our third-party partners will obtain and store information about your contacts and other people that you e-mail or that e-mail you. We will use this information to enhance the Service. - Sent Mail. One of our features is e-mail tracking, which allows you to see the status of sent e-mails without any notification to (or need for click-through by) the recipient. We need to collect and track information about your sent e-mail and your recipient’s actions with respect to such e-mail in order for you to use this feature. - Local storage. We may collect and store information (including personal information) locally on your device. (...)
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Version 1.0
cjred
22 March 2019
tried and paid for a month then i cancelled. For the price they are charging better stick with Newton. Syncing itself is plain terrible.
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Version 2.1.3
1 answer(s)
cig0
cig0
28 June 2019
Thanks for sharing your (bad) experience, +1
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anonymous-snake-3346
13 October 2018
Great email client. My favorite UI design of any mac client.
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Version 2.1.1
nobody2011
29 September 2018
Freeware? oh no : Free 14-day trial · No credit card required Basic $10 per user/month Premium $24 per user/month Enterprise $49 per user/month
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Version 2.1.1
nguyenducphu
04 September 2018
Version 2.0.9 remove all best feature from version 2.0.8 of free plan before. Uninstall!
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Version 2.0.9
cjred
09 August 2018
syncing always sucked, unreliable and terribly expensive.
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Version 2.0.8
Kerry-Dawson
04 September 2017
i have it under good authory that the Mail Pilot program is in . beta for v3. Tnis client could beat for speed of processingl. It was excellent. Kt had issues with IOS but eventualkly they wrked an awful lot. If they come back I'm there for sure.
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Version 1.43
AlexSmith
12 August 2017
Good design and easy to use on desktop.
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Version 1.42
EricR3951
21 April 2017
Just unistalled this crap software after the 14 day period ended, yes it was a nice program but now found that it has cleared all email from all my mail addresses!!!, WTF is this all about, WARNING to others. I now see that all emails are stored on THERE servers?????. From an pissed off EX polymail user, never had this before with any other email clients. POLYLMAIL users Bachup your email BEFORE you uninstall. New users, DO NOT USE THIS SOFTWARE
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Version 1.34
Jimw
14 February 2017
The free version is more like a trial version with a very limited feature set. The fee based product use a subscription model so you have to pay monthly for the product as long as you use it. The price for the personal use full featured product is $108/year for every year you use the product. So in 10 years you will have spent over $1000.00 to use this product, assuming no price increases and if the company survives. If not, you may have to somehow migrate your archived mail into another email program that either you have to buy or go back to Apple Mail. I am just pointing this out as I believe people should be able to make informed decisions, especially when it involves subscription based models, and consider the long term consequences of their decision.
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Version 1.25
Mondele
09 October 2016
I would love to find an email client that could replace Mac Mail, partly because of Apple's shifting on issues of privacy, and so on. However, Polymail is not a contender for me because they run all of my mail through their server. No, that's why I pay for my own mail server, thanks. I have a gmail account because one of the companies I work for requires it, but by preference my private communications don't go through the servers of non-involved parties. It's possible that Polymail could entice me with beautiful interface and wonderful features, but when they insist on being the middle-man for my email communications, they don't meet my needs in a mail client. I'm leaving this as a comment, rather than as a review, because I don't want to detract from the features of a program I haven't used, but it wasn't clear to me before using their software that they were going to capture my login credentials to set up connections to my email providers. I'd like that to be clear for other prospective users.
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Version 1.10
4 answer(s)
Noraa
Noraa
01 January 2017
Check out Spark! https://sparkmailapp.com
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Odysseus
Odysseus
11 January 2017
Spark is no better, with its background notifications that don't require the app to be running --> their servers are checking your mail.
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RavenNevermore
RavenNevermore
30 March 2017
"Apple's shifting on issues of privacy"
Which would be what, exactly? Apple has zero privacy issues. Unlike Gmail which reads your mail.
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Kerry-Dawson
Kerry-Dawson
04 September 2017
Yeah. Unfortunate. I've heard on good authority that Mail Pilot is in beta for a v3 and this was the best client I ever used. Biggu under IOS but boy could you process with this thing. Whe I had a kot of makl to procsss, even thugh I generally used Mail Pilot, I mde sure I was using it and I would sau that I could process double the mail than with Apple mail.
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2.4

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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