The first full-fledged email app for iPhone / iPod but no push notification :(

Posted: December 30, 2009 in iPhone
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ibisMail – the first full-fledged email app for iPhone / iPod  [Full Fledged Without Push how come?]

This is the first full-fledged email app for iPhone. You can send and receive messages within the app.
ibisMail supports landscape view, folders creation and sorting. You can compose your email with the bigger keyboard and organize them.

  What it has?
-receive and send messages on itself
-landscape mode in all screens
-create folders
-create rules for message sorting [one of the best feature we guess]
-uncompress zip files, that can be password-protected(supports PKWARE ver.2 only.)
-signatures for each account [one of the best feature we guess]
-Start-up password. [one of the best feature we guess]
-macro templates for new message, reply message and forward message [one of the best feature we guess]
-saves 1,000 messages for each account [one of the best feature we guess]
-set read mark to all messages in a folder at once
-create a rule for message sorting “When you received messages from “from”, move it to the trush” [one of the best feature we guess]
-even when you reply to all, it’s easy to change the “To”, “Cc” and “Bcc” fields.
-send and receive messages with POP3, IMAP4, SMTP
-variety of authentications. APOP, POP before SMTP, CRAM-MD5 and Digest-MD5
-SSL/TLS(includes STARTTLS) connection
-self-signed certificates
-turn off/on(choose from samples) receiving and sending sounds.
-receive Word, Excel, Power Point, PDF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF attatchment files
-Send pictures(When you compose a message, you can choose images from photo library or use camera).
-Forward attachments such as Image files, Office files, zip, pdf and etc.
-Subscribe/unsubscribe setting of each folder.(IMAP only)
-high speed decoding attachment files
-sending and receiving messages, you can see progress with the status message

FUTURE PLAN and SUPPORT [Good to know but not helping till we get]
The concept of Apple Mail seems to be simple.
However, ibisMail is aiming to be hight performance and have more functions.
If you think ibisMail have not enough functions, please send us your requests.
If you find some bugs, please report to us.
We will improve our application and will be very attentive to your requests.

UNSUPPORTED [The bad news]
NTLM Authentication(MS-Exchange), emoji(pictorial characters)

MAIL SERVICES CONFIRMED RECEIVING AND SENDING MESSAGES
-Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo.com(Yahoo! Mail Plus), MobileMe, AOL, gmx.com, gawab.com, zenbe.com, lavabit.com
-If you have any problems such as connection or login errors with above mail services, please give us reports.

New in this version [Improved Points]
-Speed optimization of receiving messages with POP.

[Fixed Problems]
-Proper default setting of Japanese Auto Detect.
-Couldn’t see attachments that were filtered with IMAP.
-Crashed when you go to message screen while opening a attachment with IMAP.
-Left one unread message when all messages were moved and deleted.
-Send box had a message when that there is no message to send.
-Rebuild index files when there is a message that can’t be found.
-Display indicator while deleting and moving messages on messages list screen.
-Display indicator while deleting all messages on folder list screen.
-Couldn’t see attachments with a pop account when no body message was sent from specified mail service.
-Replying a message, extra space was included like “< abc@example.com>”.
-Extra space was included when you tap a address button on message body screen.
-Couldn’t login when a password includes ‘¥’.
-Crashed while rotating.
-Start at account list screen when the app crashed last time.
-Support traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese and Korean.

Languages English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

Requirements Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
Requires iPhone OS 2.2 or later. [No push support?]

Price too high $7.99  😦

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