Not free Do you think this is a free version? I think it is not free. You can't read your pst file if you do not have OIMail Exporter. You will need to purchase it in different page. Also, when some email cannot be exported and you provide the link to fix the bug but the page cannot be found.
Email I loved it.
Okay - but not good On the positive side, it does work and exports the emails from Outlook 2010, and they can be opened in my Samsung Tab 2 running Android. On the negative side it seems to selectively copy email messages from folders in Outlook, so some are copied and some aren't. The selection appears to be totally random. Also, opening the email messages in the Android tablet is an incredibly slow process. So in the end, it's better than nothing - but hopefully updates in the future will make it faster and more reliable.
Needs some maintenance.... make a directory "OlMailReader" on root of sdcard and put MailData.db.
Good, but needs a little work It took some time to get this working as by default, the app puts the 'OlMailReader' into the /documents folder (did on my GT10.1) but the replacement copy created by OlMail Exporter isn't picked up by OlMail Reader unless it is in the root directory. The instructions make no mention of this! Opened the exported emails fine afterwards, although it can be slow to scroll through and open emails. If these issues were fixed, it would easily get more stars.
Doesn't work Won't open on android v 6, phone is Xperia z5.
* Bug fix for crash on startup
* Bug fix for crash when a filename cannot be found
* Improved support for Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
* Improved user interface
* Improved performance
* Improved support for folders with large amount of emails
If some emails are not exported in a folder, please see FAQ for more info (http://www.fannsoftware.com/OlMailReaderFAQ.html).
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