Solid email client, lacking a few bells and whistles My go-to email client for years now. PROS: excellent for managing multiple imap & pop3 accounts large quantities of emails. Extra features like encryption. CONS: missing common modern features like viewing imagine attachments inline (have to open them one by one as attachments).
Getting worse I used to love this app, but more and more unnecessary UI changes are being made that are making it less user-friendly and keeps changing the sequence and location of taps necessary to perform actions. After using it for so long that many things become muscle memory, it's very frustrating to have to keep retraining myself when trying to quickly go through my email.
I still think this a very fine mail client overall, but notifications are broken since Android 7. LED notifications don't work any more (reported and confirmed via mail after Android 7 was released in August) and this is a killer for me. I have to switch to something different.
Xperia Z1 Compact Android v5.1 MailDroid v4.41 — If you configure mail notification alert(s) and then create a specific mail rule for a given inbound email address, BOTH the mail rule AND the notification fire, so you get two audible alerts. This happens in Android 5.1 and above. Android v4.4.2 is OK and only the email rule is triggered. Sent an email and created a forum post describing problem. Having individual audible alerts for given email actions was one of the highlights of MailDroid. I hope this can be restored in Android 5.1+
LOCKED OUT OF MAILDROID APP I have been using the app for sometime and upgraded to the Pro version a couple of years ago. Recently I decided to protect my mail from prying eyes on my mobile phone so I activated " Password " on the mobile phone app using a password I would remember. Now I am locked out of the mobile app as it won't accept the password I created and there is no retrieval mode to restores etc the password or deactivate password mode. ANY SOLUTION FOR THIS PROBLEM PLS?
Great mailbox management App So far this is the best email management app I have seen. I have five different email addresses across four different services, and the application manages the mail very well. I have used K9, the Gmail and Ymail apps as well. Gmail works great for its mail but does little to help me with other services . It gives me the tools that I need without the bloat that I don't.
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+ Fixed some UI issues from last version
+ Broke out notification section
+ Fixed a crash happening to some users on startup