eM Client, an alternative mail program for Windows.
If you don't like the current mail client that comes with Windows 10, we have an alternative solution for you here.
The software eM Client. This is software which is very similar to the Outlook mail client which is attached to the Microsoft Exchange server.
And, for non-commercial use, it's free too!
We use this client ourselves and are very satisfied with it, even so satisfied that we as a company bought this software for commercial use.
The difference between commercial and non-commercial use lies in the number of mail accounts you can add to the list. For commercial use this is unlimited, for personal (free) use this is a maximum of 2 mail accounts.
Types of accounts
The eM client can handle a lot of different accounts:
|Outlook||iCloud||Gmail||Exchange||OS x server|
In addition to the ones above, there are also the following ones;
- POP/SMTP server.
- Imap/SMTP server.
- Icewarp server
- Smartermail server
- Caldav / Carddav server
- Facebook internet calendar
The POP and/or IMAP account is the normal account you probably got at your provider (like KPN, Ziggo, Telfort etc.) If you also got contacts or a calendar then you probably also need Caldav / Carddav server. When you use this one it doesn't count, just like Facebook internet calendar, �as 1 of the mailproviders you are allowed to have because this is not mail.
What's in eM Client
Apart from the eMail client, the eM Client contains a few extra functions that are also taken over from the mail servers.
The functions are Mail, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks.
With the POP and the Imap servers, however, there is only one mail server. You need to get the other functions in a different way, using the Caldav / Carddav method for example.
With Gmail, Exchange and Outlook.com and all other servers they are included.
Languages in eM Client
There are a lot of languages in eM Client, but the most important thing for us is that Dutch and English are also supported, so the entire eM Client operation can be done in Dutch as well.
Free use against Commercial use
Below we'll explain the differences between free use and commercial use.
|Unlimited accounts (more than 2)|
Where is the eM Client available?
This eM Client is available from the creator on the website: http://www.emclient.com/
Try this email client once and be surprised!
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