Mail Call is a full feature mail notifier for email accounts that support IMAP. Be notified when unread messages come in, and be able to quickly react to them by viewing, replying, moving, deleting, and more!
-Supports multiple email accounts
-Unified email list (See messages from all your accounts in one list)
-Quickly view unread messages
-Compose & reply to messages
-Move, delete, and mark messages as read
-Save & send attachments
-Notifications (Visual & Audible)
Mail Call supports mail providers that use IMAP. A few examples are Gmail, Yahoo!, Outlook, iCloud, AOL, Rackspace, 1and1, and more!
Upon launching, Mail Call can be opened and closed by selecting the mail icon in the menu bar.
Mail Call does not currently support the POP protocol. Mail Call only presents email messages marked as unread.
For any issues and feedback, please contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org
-Bug Fixes & Performance Improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Excellent Email Client I ever purchase!!
I just would like the Developer to respond to my emails I've sent out several times without any responses back. Are there any updates in the future to support the lastest OS's that were released? Thanks...
Best Menu Bar Mail Client - Almost There
This is the best and most complete Menu Bar Mail Client so far. I am hoping it will keep enhancing its features and then I will change it to 5 stars.
- Ability to choose the folder to display its emails.
- Search capability (all folders or current folder).
- Signature (could get it from Apple Mail if possible).
- Redirect (it is missing and should be at least on the gear menu).
- Flag as in Apple Mail (different colors capability).
Great App. Needs Work on the UI.
Compared to what else is out there, this app does a decent job. The UI and interacting with the app needs work, though. Currently, there is too much dependence on working with both mouse and the keyboard. Shortcuts are implemented, but only when the app window is visible. Additionally, interacting with messages in the window is only possible when clicking on a message in the list. Again, this is where keyboard and mouse interactions fall appart.
The purpose for an app like this is to do a quick job of notifying and acting on mail that has come in and not require a bunch of mouse clicks and keyboard actions to do so. Otherwise, I can just leave my mail client in the background and interact in the same fashion with it, with Mail Call being superfluous.
Looking forward to the next iteration of the app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.