GyazMail
GyazMail
1.6.1

4.2

GyazMail free download for Mac

GyazMail

1.6.1
15 October 2019

Alternative email client.

Overview

GyazMail is an e-mail client that is developed from scratch to be a simple, easy-to-use e-mail client with many features, based on the Cocoa framework. This software will be distributed as shareware (undecided on details at this point).

Features
  • Multiple accounts
  • Management of messages by one file per message (RFC 822 format)
  • Many character sets support, including UTF-8 (Unicode)
  • Main window with 2 or 3 panes
  • Message threading support
  • Message search on multiple criteria, in specified folders
  • Message rules and filters
  • Template for outgoing messages
  • Message queueing
  • POP3/IMAP/SMTP support
  • SSL/TLS support
  • IPv6 support
  • Remote mail
  • And more...

To uninstall GyazMail, move the following items to the trash:

  • GyazMail (application)
  • ~/Library/Application Support/GyazMail (data folder)
  • ~/Library/Preferences/jp.gyazsquare.GyazMail.plist (preference file)

What's new in GyazMail

Version 1.6.1:
Improvements:
  • Support for 64-bit (requires macOS 10.6 10.12.1 or later).
  • GyazMail is now notarized via the Apple Notary Service.
  • Upgraded cryptography library to LibreSSL 2.9.2.
  • Other minor improvements.
Bugs fixed:
  • Minor bugs squashed.
Known issues:
  • Crash in macOS 10.12 or earlier.
  • Localization is incomplete.

159 GyazMail Reviews

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sgtaylor565
15 October 2019

Most helpful

Small, light, fast, customizable. And now 64-bit, as of version 1.6.1 - just came out.
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Version 1.5.19
sgtaylor565
15 October 2019
Small, light, fast, customizable. And now 64-bit, as of version 1.6.1 - just came out.
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Version 1.5.19
zlazkow
16 March 2019
developer'site is last updated in December 2018 and it says. "We're working on the transition GyazMail to 64-bit." So it is being actively developed by Goichi Hirakawa, the developer. Check his website: http://www.gyazsquare.com/gyazmail/
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Version 1.5.19
sarutat
31 October 2017
The latest version is now 1.5.19 supporting also macOS High Sierra (10.13).
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Version 1.5.17
sarutat
31 October 2017
Great client with a long tradition!
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Version 1.5.17
wickedsp1d3r
29 October 2016
Dead?
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Version 1.5.17
3 answer(s)
Levelbest
Levelbest
10 November 2016
Seems so. Can't open any of the site's pages anyway. I opened the last version just to check if it was still working on macOS Sierra (still using Mail). It says there is an update but gets to the 404 access denied on the Gyaz site. Same with the MacUpdate page link, same with Google searches.
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anonymous-dingo-922
anonymous-dingo-922
30 January 2017
I accessed gyazsquare.com today. Initially I got an error code but disconnecting from my VPN server and reopening the webpage fixed the problem. I have sent the developer a support email but it is too soon to expect a reply. Address: gyazmail@gyazsquare.com
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svetovalc
svetovalc
29 June 2017
Version 1.5.18 was released on April 21st 2017, thus still alive.
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Penguirl
25 April 2015
My only problem with GyazMail is that if you have a sketchy wifi connection it will hang on an action, such as deleting a message, and the only way to recover is to quit and reliaunch. It doesn’t pick up where it was when connectivity is better. I know that sounds like a lot to ask but GyazMail is the only client I’ve had this problem with and it’s been ongoing for years.
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Version 1.5.16
larrymcj
08 March 2015
I really like the new look of GyazMail. The only drawback seems to be the lack of an FAQ to help sort out how to properly configure the system folders with Gmail.

It appears the default settings have all system folders set to GyazMail, and as such deleted messages are not being put into my Gmail Trash. That said, even though the folder configuration also has Sent messages configured for the GyazMail Sent folder, any sent messages do get added to my [Gmail]/Sent folder. So why wouldn't the same thing apply to deleted messages...they should go to Gmail Trash instead of GyazMail's Trash folder. I know I can configure these folders in Preferences, but there is no guidance on how to properly do so for a Gmail account.
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Version 1.5.16
wickedsp1d3r
04 November 2014
If it only had Markdown support... it would be perfect.
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Version 1.5.16
kroosu-
30 April 2013
A great application! I've been using it since 2005 and still like it. Multi email accounts & remote server access are but a few reasons to use it. While some features are missing (like smart folders or deleting attachments while keeping the email) or have a minimalistic appearance (most options) it's a very nice email client. The Rules, filters and regex support make it a powerful application. I really like the possibility to use several names & email aliases for the same mail account.
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Version 1.5.15
Zinneken
02 March 2013
There appears to be a bug between Gyazmail and iCloud since yesterday. Refreshing iCloud folders, creating iCloud folders, checking iCloud mail, moving messages to iCloud folders either manually or through rules. All yield 90% of the time an error: Communication error EOF Hope to see a bug fix soon to the best mac mail app out there!
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Version 1.5.15
1 answer(s)
Zinneken
Zinneken
05 March 2013
Solution provided by Goichi (gyazmail): for the username, do not put "@me.com" "@mac.com" "@icloud.com". In the past you had to put your email address, now only the part before the "@" should be put. If you do put "@me.com" "@mac.com" "@icloud.com", you get the EOF error. Thank you Goichi!
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$18.00

4.2

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
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