K-9 Mail is a popular email app that has received mixed reviews from users. While some appreciate its simplicity and efficiency, others have encountered issues with crashes and compatibility. Users have praised its clean design and the ability to manage multiple email accounts. However, some have expressed frustration with the lack of certain features, such as snooze functionality and easy alias management. Overall, K-9 Mail is considered a decent alternative to other email apps, but it still has room for improvement.Best for
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update: best email client there is. user Since 4eva i've asked to re-add the ability to have a home page showing all the accounts... making it easy to go back and forth without the extra two clicks. would be amazing!
I'm having trouble downloading a .PDF attachment. It shows up as file_name.pdf.txt 0bytes instead of file_name.pdf 286k bytes.
When you go to trash there is empty trash button. when you go to spam there is no delete all spam button !! do it for five stars
The poor rating of this app is definitely warranted... Works OK if all you ever want to do is view emails. If you want to organize them into folders though, or archive, junk, etc, it quickly becomes desynchronized against the IMAP server. Mozilla should just start over from scratch.
Has started crashing and EATING battery on Android 14, Samsung S21. Was happy up to now but I'll have to uninstall if it's not resolved.
This only supports POP3 and IMAP? Ouch.. I'm hoping one day this can replace my much-loved but aging Blackberry Hub+ Inbox, but in its current state, can't. If you can add MS active sync support, I'll be switching. Maybe once this turns into Thunderbird?
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