GyazMail

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Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Description of App

GyazMail is an e-mail client that is developed from scratch to be a simple, easy-to-use e-mail client with many features, based on the Cocoa framework. This software will be distributed as shareware (undecided on details at this point).

The main features of GyazMail are as follows:

  • Multiple accounts
  • Management of messages by one file per message (RFC 822 format)
  • Many character sets support, including UTF-8 (Unicode)
  • Main window with 2 or 3 panes
  • Message threading support
  • Message search on multiple criteria, in specified folders
  • Message rules and filters
  • Template for outgoing messages
  • Message queueing
  • POP3/IMAP/SMTP support
  • SSL/TLS support
  • IPv6 support
  • Remote mail
  • And more...

Version

1.5.15

Free or Paid

Paid

Version Of macOS App Was Tested On

10.8.2

Accessibility Comments

I've only recently started testing this, but so far it seems extremely accessible with VoiceOver.

To date, I have only found two minor issues - firstly, the first page of the Help section isn't very VoiceOver friendly. Secondly, the first tab in the preferences shows icons for each subsection of the preferences. These are not read. However, the preferences toolbar also contains Next and Previous buttons which allow you to move through all of the subsections.

Other than this, it works well, and is coming close to making me think of switching from Apple Mail. Mot probably because Gyazmail reminds me of both Eudora and Thunderbird, both of which I used extensively on Windows.

Usability

There are some minor accessibility issues with this app, but they are easy to deal with.

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Submitted by Moopie Curran on Saturday, February 2, 2013

I got this app, but I can't seem to add my gmail account to it. How do I do this? I've gone under the accounts tab in preferences and clicked add and put in all my info, but it won't receive my mail. Is there a way where it will put the incoming and outgoing servers in automatically like apple mail?

Submitted by David Goodwin👨‍🦯 on Sunday, February 3, 2013

In reply to by Moopie Curran

I've just downloaded the demo version of this, and encountered the exact same problem with my Gmail account.

I'm fairly confident that I have it setup with the correct server names and ports. Other IMAP accounts work perfectly.

All very strange!

I've searched Google for an answer, but with no success.

Has anybody got this working with Gmail IMAP?