Excellent Update July 2018: Continue to love this app. Lately I've been struggling with unstable Android apps and Aquamail continues to stand out. In the time I've had it, the app has been rock-steady. It has _never_ crashed. Job well done. (Original comments:) Love the features and reliability of this app. It's a great improvement over Gmail in the raw, as it were.
works great It has a few quirks, like "select all" only selects those messages that are visible -- not all messages in folder. (So have to keep scrolling and "select all" repeatedly to truly get all.) But quirks aside, it is a great app.
By FAR the best mail app There have been 2 issues with it. Most frustrating is that even when I choose to send by my preferred @live.co.uk email address, it sends by a different one that is part of the same microsoft account (even if this is to do with Microsoft's servers, Thunderbird can send the same emails with the correct, preferred address so it must be fixable!!). I actually can't remember the second issue I had but it was insignificant.. Otherwise this app is perfect and highly configurable
Truly Exceptional App The personalization, depth of options and continuous improvement make this the absolute best email option available. Every other email option falls short. This is a pure ail app... and I love it...
Seems real stable. Password option seems redundant cause all you have to is go to accounts in settings and accounts are unlocked. So best to just lock your device from lock screen.
+ Bug fixes.
+ OAUTH2 authentication for Yandex.
+ Tasker: the plugin now returns data from all matching messages, as arrays (not just one).
+ Undo for message deletions and similar actions. Settings -> Confirmations and undo.
+ "Replace contact names", app settings -> Contacts.
+ Exchange: now possible to "accept" invites without sending a response.
+ Calendar invite previews: show other events from the invite's day.