QuickMail Client
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Intuitive email client.   Demo ($35.00)
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QuickMail is a reliable, affordable, easy-to-use, POP3 e-mail client for Mac OS X and Mac OS 9. QuickMail is perfect for home, office or school; anywhere you need a powerful e-mail client to communicate. Plus, you'll have all of your e-mail available whether booting into Mac OS X or Mac OS 9. If you are looking for an e-mail client that's easy to set up, has an intuitive interface and plenty of powerful features -- look no more.
What's New
Version 3.5.3:
  • Switched to the MySpell spell checker engine and updated the dictionaries included with QuickMail. For instructions on how to install dictionaries for other languages, see http://kb.outspring.com/view_article.php?num=1930
  • Fixed the bug where reported junk messages would reappear in the Sent folder when you rebuilt the folder index.
  • Fixed the bug where certain messages can "clog" the networker, stopping the downloading of messages.
  • Fixed the bug where the networker can crash with large text/html parts.
  • Fixed the bug where if AUTH CRAM-MD5 fails, and the SMTP server supports AUTH LOGIN we'll use AUTH LOGIN.
  • Improved handling of bad Content-Type and Content-Disposition headers.
Version 3.5.3:
  • Switched to the MySpell spell checker engine and updated the dictionaries included with QuickMail. For instructions on how to install dictionaries for other languages, see http://kb.outspring.com/view_article.php?num=1930
  • Fixed the bug where reported junk messages would reappear in the Sent folder when you rebuilt the folder index.
  • Fixed the bug where more...
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS 9.1 or later, CarbonLib.



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hugelshofer commented on 12 May 2011
Not supported anymore!
see the Dev's site.
[Version 3.5.3]


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ProgramHappy commented on 02 Apr 2006
Why are there no third party applications available to enhance QuickMail client 3.5.3? It's crazy. Every other email app for Mac has all sorts of third party add-ons. Have the people at Outsrping gone out of their way to make it impossible for outside programmers to create third-party alterations for QuickMail? If so, that's just plain sad.

Also, is it too much to ask to have an opiton to sort messages strictly by EMAIL ADDRESS?
[Version 3.5.3]


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Michael Kaye reviewed on 10 Mar 2005
No IMAP. Well not yet but I'm sure it will come. The real beuaty of Quickmail is when used with the Server and Anti Spam software. The best integrated email solution for small to medium sized businesses in my opinion.

Support is great and Outspring appear to be working hard on new features/bug fixes/support.
[Version 3.5.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 05 Nov 2004
Why do companies continue to develop email clients without IMAP support? My first thought before entertaining any email application other than Mail app from Apple is that it needs to exceed the expectations of what comes with the OS. Why bother writing another email cient if it cannot be better? Better as in: functionality, looks, speed, etc.

My 2 cents.
[Version 3.5.1b2]

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Anonymous commented on 06 Nov 2004
I agree about the IMAP functionality -- it should have been there in version 3.0 -- the only thing the 3.0 upgrade offered was Mac OS X compatibility and HTML e-mail rendering (and it uses an ancient version of the Mozilla engine). But this app is very fast (probably because it is based on fairly old, unbloated code), and it offers an easy-to-use interface for the lusers I have to manage. It's also cross-platform, as well as able to run under Mac OS 9. (Almost our whole company is still on Mac OS 9, so apps like this keep us running until I can squeeze money from the owner for some much-needed, LONG OVERDUE upgrades.)
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Anonymous reviewed on 31 Aug 2004
Just read on their site the app undergoes a **2.5 MINUTE DELAY** before actually launching! No wonder I thought it was hung. Time for a Cocoa version.
[Version 3.5b1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 31 Aug 2004
Running Panther 10.3.5/1.467ghz G4/512 RAM/Radeon 8500/Revolution 7.1

This app disappears at launch - that is to say, the process still shows as running, but the app has obviously cratered. I don't know if it's the apparent new ownership, or just bad carbonization, but it's running horribly in Panther at the moment.
[Version 3.5b1]


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Marcus-Mir rated on 03 Apr 2013

[Version 3.5.3]


Downloads:10,531
Version Downloads:5,236
Type:Internet : Email
License:Demo
Date:19 Aug 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X / OS Classic
Price: $35.00
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QuickMail is a reliable, affordable, easy-to-use, POP3 e-mail client for Mac OS X and Mac OS 9. QuickMail is perfect for home, office or school; anywhere you need a powerful e-mail client to communicate. Plus, you'll have all of your e-mail available whether booting into Mac OS X or Mac OS 9. If you are looking for an e-mail client that's easy to set up, has an intuitive interface and plenty of powerful features -- look no more.


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