What's NewThank you for using ibisMail.
[New Features And Improved Points]
- Supports the new login authentication of iCloud.
-Fixed a problem that ibisMail crashes while sending if an address includes an unexpected character.
App Description*NEW FEATURE
ibisMail supports the thread view and the All inboxes.
-You can see a sent and replied relation easily.
-You can see All messages in one box.
The "ibisMail Free" is a mail client alternative to Apple's native Mail app. It supports creation of folders and filtering rules. You can search mails by Body as well as To, Cc, Subject. Additionally, it supports decompressing password-protected zip file.
This application is compatible with iPhone and iPod touch. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
-Receive and send messages by itself.
-Handles email related protocols of POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP.
-Can use a variety of authentications. APOP, POP before SMTP, CRAM-MD5 and Digest-MD5.
-Create folders and rules for message filtering.
-Create a rule to move to trush easily with "From" in the message.
-Subscribe/unsubscribe setting for each folder.(IMAP only)
-Viewing HTML mail.
-Switching between HTML and plain text.
-Signatures for each account.
-Macro templates for a new message, reply message and forward message.
-Easy to switch "To", "Cc" and "Bcc" fields.
-Save attachment files which you received into Dropbox.
-Attach files from Dropbox to a sending mail.
-Open attached files with other apps. (Even files ibisMail Free does not support can be opened)
-Create attached mail via Open In function from other apps.
-Decompress zip files, that can be password-protected. (supports PKWARE ver.2 only.)
-Receive Word, Excel, Power Point, PDF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF and other attatchments. (However, the total size of a mail is limited to about 10MB for POP account. )
-Attach unlimited number of pictures. (When you compose a message, you can choose images from photo library or use camera.)
-Attatch pictures from composing mail.
-Forward attachments such as Image files, Office files, zip, pdf and etc.
-SSL/TLS(includes STARTTLS) connection (Even accepts self-signed certificates).
-Start-up password and passwords for connection are encrypted with AES-128.
-Easy account setting function.
-Saves 1,000 messages for each folder.
-Search functions by "Body", "From", "To", "Subject" or "All".
-Receiving type for IMAP can be selected from either "Headers only", "Headers and Body" or "Full Message". (Default is "Headers and Body").
-Set read mark to all messages in a folder at once.
-Turn off/on(choose from samples) sounds on receiving and sending.
-Displays names in Contacts on message list and message body. (Set to OFF by default)
*DIFFERENCES BETWEEN "ibisMail Free" AND "ibisMail" FULL VERSION
-ibisMail Free shows advertisement on the top of Account List Screen, Folder List Screen, Message List Screen, and Message Body Screen. ibisMail shows no advertisement.
-ibisMail supports fetch function for POP,IMAP server. (Unavailable for iPhone 3G)
-ibisMail supports Push notification function for IMAP server supported IMAP4 IDLE command. (Unavailable for iPhone 3G)
-Deleting messages from pop server.
-Auto filtering spam mails.
-Auto setup accounts from account list of built-in Mail app.
-Composing HTML mails.
*MAIL SERVICES CONFIRMED RECEIVING AND SENDING MESSAGES
-Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo.com(Yahoo! Mail Plus), MobileMe, AOL, gmx.com, gawab.com, zenbe.com, lavabit.com
-Other servers may not be supported.
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If you still can't create it, please feel free to ask us.
*About the questions / bug report
Questions and bug reports in reviews is that we can not respond.
Please contact to "ibisMail Support team".
September 28, 2013 New version 4.0.1
September 26, 2013 New version 4.0.0
March 14, 2013 New version 3.4.0
February 10, 2013 New version 3.3.9
December 19, 2012 New version 3.3.8
December 13, 2012 New version 3.3.7
August 26, 2010 Initial Release