GyazMail
GyazMail 1.5.15
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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).

The main features of GyazMail are as follows:
  • 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
What's New
Version 1.5.15:

Improvements:

  • Support for Retina display.
  • Slightly improved Apple Mail message import functions.
  • Upgraded regular expression library to Oniguruma ver. 5.9.3.
Bugs Fixed:
  • Fixed bug preventing cancellation of SSL transmission.
  • Fixed bug that could cause menu keys of Key Assignments preferences to not work properly.
  • Fixed bug that could cause regular expressions to not work properly.
  • Minor bugs squashed.
Version 1.5.15:

Improvements:

  • Support for Retina display.
  • Slightly improved Apple Mail message import functions.
  • Upgraded regular expression library to Oniguruma ver. 5.9.3.
Bugs Fixed:
  • Fixed bug preventing cancellation of SSL transmission.
  • Fixed bug that could cause menu keys of Key Assignments preferences to not more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.3 or later





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GyazMail User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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kroosu_ reviewed on 30 Apr 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.
[Version 1.5.15]


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Moxiesozo commented on 16 Jan 2013
And again, from within the app (upon being notified there's a new version available) and when choosing the link here at MacUpDate to go to the developer's site:

403 Access Denied

Weird. But the "Download Now" link on MacUpDate works, luckily.
[Version 1.5.15]


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Fb_eye71 commented on 09 Jan 2013
Good God, is that screenshot from Cheetah?
[Version 1.5.15]


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Macsolu commented on 03 Sep 2012
Developer's web site says "Access Denied." What's going on?
[Version 1.5.14]

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MacUpdate---Ryan replied on 04 Sep 2012
Looks like it's working fine now. May have just been a temporary outage.
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Stonetownmike reviewed on 10 Jun 2012
Gyazmail has been my only email app since it was first released. Eudora (back in the day), Thunderbird and especially Apple Mail can't touch it. Great app, great support.
[Version 1.5.13]


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Whitebuck reviewed on 10 Jun 2012
For me this is simply the best Mail Application for Mac! Most definitely worth the money, also the developer is quick to respond and accommodate. My only negative experience, I had a little trouble setting up/connecting my Accounts. Excellent Application!
[Version 1.5.13]

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Whitebuck replied on 02 Jul 2012
Review Update, I have two request for the developer which would enhance usability and convenience.

1. Please provide option for Standard Time format in Display, the default military time is not usable for general public.

2. Also, please provide the option for unifying folders in multiply Accounts, such as trash, sent and etc....

Thank you, Whitebuck
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Dvntr reviewed on 09 Mar 2012
Great email client, no doubt. Needs a few little finishing touches to be just perfect. One note is that before you import mail from Apple Mail, make sure you rebuild every local mail box. Not doing so will mean that some messages don't get imported. Some needed features are:

1) Need to be able to right-click on messages and move to folder

2) Need to be able to change fonts, text sizes, text colors, and add emoticons from message window

3) Need integrated backup utility...though I will say that Email Backup Pro does a nice job of this

4) Need to be able to hide folders in folder pane when using IMAP

This is a very full-featured and user-friendly email app. Definitely worth the money.
[Version 1.5.12]


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+72

Wickedsp1d3r reviewed on 18 Dec 2011
GyazMail has become my primary email client. It just plain works.

Nothing negative to say thus far. Awesome app!
[Version 1.5.11]


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Pacman reviewed on 08 Dec 2011
EXCELLENT!!!

I've been looking for at least 5 years for a good quick mail client, and had to drag around with PowerMail (because Mail.app was too sluggish and couldn't handle 100000+ mails, and couldn't handle mail aliases). PowerMail handles aliases just fine, but there's no find-in-this-email feature; besides, it has its flaws.

Yesterday I discovered GiazMail, and I've been mean to it all morning (for 8 hours now), and it seems rock solid and quite quick.
The developers definitely did a very, very good job. It's much more usable than Mail.app!!
[Version 1.5.11]

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Pacman replied on 10 Dec 2011
Just an update: GyazMail works very well with secure connections. I've set up qmail with TLS and AUTH, and GyazMail works flawlessly.
I wish I could put better words on how much I like this new mail client. To anyone reading this: I recommend trying it out, and you're probably sold immediately!
I just tried setting up an IMAP server (using Dovecot), and it works as well.
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Xenos reviewed on 02 Nov 2011
in comparison to all other mail clients on the market (tested most of them but not all, of course), GyazMail seems pretty much the best (features, ease of use, stability, customizability).

If i only could get IMAP to work !!! (Apple Mail sends and gets new IMAP mail for a sample account - so, the serverside settings seem to be ok).
In the prefs i created the new account for IMAP but no access happens.
Has anybody successfully been using IMAP with GyazMail ?
[Version 1.5.11]

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Pacman replied on 10 Dec 2011
I just tried setting up an IMAP server (qmail+vpopmail+Dovecot+SquirrelMail with TLS and AUTH), and it works with GyazMail.
This is what I did in GyazMail:
New accont: IMAP.
Fill in all the account info.
Click the Receive 'tab', click Require secure connection (SSL), use STARTTLS (not Alternate port), keep port checkbox unchecked (using port 143).

I receive the messages, see them in SquirrelMail and see them in the GyazMail inbox.
When sending through my server, the sent message appears in my 'sent' folder in SquirrelMail (WebMail).
-So you should be able to get IMAP working if you can use a secure connection.
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Xenos replied on 19 Jan 2012
@Pacman
indeed, there is no doubt, it works and GyazMail establishes itself after trying any number of competitors as the needle in the hay stack
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Zinneken had trouble on 02 Mar 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!
[Version 1.5.15]

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Zinneken replied on 05 Mar 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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Eveningclouds had trouble on 02 Sep 2012
Still trying to find a good replacement for Eudora. This one is promising.

1. Cannot import from Apple Mail. Import Mail is grayed out.

2. How do you tell gyazmail to NOT download large files? Looked in prfeerences, couldn't find it. Mail and Eudora and Thunderbird all had that feature.

3. How do you get Junk mail to filter automatically into Trash or a Junk folder? I tried setting up a rule but couldn't find anything that would recognize a tagged Junk message as junk so that it could be selectively filtered.

Thanks!
[Version 1.5.14]


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EchoRob had trouble on 17 Sep 2008
How do i set up Gmail to work as a pop account with this everything i have tried has failed ?

Thanks
[Version 1.5.8]

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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 17 Sep 2008
You may want to contact the developer for some help:

http://www.gyazsquare.com/gyazmail/support.php
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Keithbcor had trouble on 13 Sep 2005
Is there a way to see mutiple recipients in the
"To:" field? (Or the Cc or Bc fields, fo that matter.)
I can input multiple addresses, but after 3 or so they are no longer visible. I bought this program and really like everything else about it, but the ability to see the list of multiple recipients seems to be a standard feature in other browsers.
[Version 1.3.2]



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Runtime rated on 21 Oct 2013

[Version 1.5.15]



Algoreithm rated on 13 Jul 2012

[Version 1.5.13]



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Rudo.ba rated on 28 Jun 2012

[Version 1.5.13]



macrex18 rated on 13 Mar 2012

[Version 1.5.12]



Pseyle rated on 19 Aug 2011

[Version 1.5.10]


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Version Downloads:5,499
Type:Internet : Email
License:Shareware
Date:09 Jan 2013
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $18.00
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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).

The main features of GyazMail are as follows:
  • 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)


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