Mail Pilot is an email client for MacOS polished offering a simple but powerful feature along with a modern user interface. The client adopts a simplified software email client, unlike traditional using indicators and complicated configurations approach.
Mail Pilot lets you send emails from all accounts to different places. In other words, you can sort messages in all your accounts in several special folders. Various email services, including Gmail, iCloud, AOL, Yahoo! or Outlook, as well as all standard types IMAP email accounts are supported.
OS Version: macOS 10.12 or later
Includes: Pre-K’ed (TNT)
Web Site: http://mailpilot.co/3/
What’s new in Mail Pilot 3.0 (4488)b
- New: Beginning testing for all IMAP. There will be bugs and incompatibilities, so only use this now if you would like to help me find any issues and fix them! There’s a lot included here, so I won’t list it all. But I do need to thank all the Yacht Club members that tried test builds of this earlier this week! If you tested one of those builds, there are a number of fixes and changes included in this beta release.
- Fixed: A crash on launch after adding an Office 365 account – big thanks to Yacht Club member Mike O. for helping me test builds to fix this issue!
- Improved: Added a badge count to Set Aside in the source list
- Improved: Further trained automated message detection. Continue to send along your .eml files of messages incorrectly categorized either way.
- Improved: Better error message when server settings won't work to add an account
- Improved: Interface updates more efficiently after a full sync
- Improved: Clarified text for setting to disable sound on message moves
- Improved: Designed a new icon set for the add account screens