Airmail 3

Developer: Bloop S.R.L.

Current Version: 3.2.4

Last Updated: 1 month ago

Download Size: 49 MB - Download


Airmail 3 is a new mail client designed with performance and intuitive interaction in mind optimized for macOS Sierra!

Support for iCloud™, MS Exchange, Gmail™, Google™ Apps, IMAP, POP3, Yahoo!™, AOL™,™,™

Airmail was designed from the ground UP to retain the same experience with a single or multiple accounts and provide a quick, modern and easy-to-use user experience. Airmail is clean and allows you to get to your emails without interruption - it's the mail client for the 21st century.

We have taken usability and function to the next level with Airmail and bring a striking-design with support for all major email services. Switch between accounts like a breeze and quick reply to incoming messages within seconds - email has never been so easy and productive.

- iCloud Account sync
- iCloud attachment upload and share the link.
- Handoff support, Composing Draft and folder selection are mirrored on different devices
- Today Extension, quick access to your inbox.
- Action Extension, Airmail Compose, Inline create and send messages directly form other apps
- Action Extension, Airmail Share to quick send messages and attachments.

- Unified Inbox
- Alias with custom SMTP
- Exchange, iCloud™, Gmail™, IMAP, POP3, Google™ Apps, Yahoo!™, AOL™,™,™
- Local Accounts
- Import from Apple Mail, MBOX archive, EML, EMLX, Airmail 1.x

- Quick Reply
- Undo History
- Offline operations
- Move messages on Different mailboxes
- Interaction sounds
- Multi Touch gestures
- Exchange Meeting Invite

- Gmail Shortcuts
- Custom global shortcuts
- Quick Label, Move, Label and Archive
- Quick folder selection

- Drag and drop
- Quick Look preview
- Google Drive, Dropbox, CloudApp, Box, Onedrive, Droplr, FTP
- Inline image attachments
- Winmail.dat preview
- VCalendar

- Group by id
- Group by subject
- Chronological Reverse
- Muted CC’d conversation

- Multiple visual themes
- Minimal and extended Mode
- Plain Text Rendering

- Per account notifications
- Notification center support
- Notification alerts with custom actions

- Gmail, Exchange and OS X contacts
- Contacts Group
- Filter by address
- Open Directory search

- Google App Directory
- Exchange Global Address List
- LDAP directory
- Markdown, Html(Html Source for templates), and text only.
- Custom settings per single account
- Bullet and numbered list.

- Auto CC, BCC.
- Pending operations
- Send Delay
- Redirect
- Send again
- Bounce

- Split Screen Support
- Time Machine friendly
- Deckles mode
- EML Import/Export
- Disable GPU to save battery life
- Applescript
- Activity monitor
- Data Detectors

- Multiple Account Signatures
- Markdown, Rich text, Html Source, and text only.
- Signature above or below the quote

Search & Filtering:
- Global search for multiple accounts
- Realtime powerful filters
- Sort messages, Date, Attachments, Conversations ....
- Show messages of the same user
- Flags and filters

Folders, Labels:
- Nested folders
- Create, Delete and edit folders
- Custom colors synced by iCloud
- Custom folder mappings
- ToDo, Done, Memo

Send to:
- Omnifocus
- Fantastical
- Evernote
- Apple Reminder
- Calendar
- BusyCal
- Things
- 2To
- Wunderlist
- Todoist

- Per user Autoload Remote Images,
- Disable icon detection


Release Notes:

- Bugfix


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.1
Review by DeadPirate

Goodbye Apple Mail - There are two applications on the mac that need to perform. Mail and Web browsing. Well Apple your mail in Yosemite is junk, it trashed two of my older 27" machines with the upgrade to Yosemite. So I bought a new high performance mac with Yosemite, nope same thing, it performed like I would expect windows applications having to reboot every time the mailbox locked up (4 times a day). Just do a search on mail problems, you would think with billions they could write a good mail program or just buy one. Thankfully airmail performs like a dream, even on the older machines. Yes there are a few settings you might want to change, like delete instead of archive, but take your time, look around. This is a great app. I have 5 mailboxes, a personal one, two CEO boxes for different companies, and two support boxes, with YEARS of mail in imap. Yes I DO need to reference mail that is a couple of years old, no I don’t want to keep it on one machine or in Apples cloud. I use foldering and need direct access and no hanging when I try to move a couple of messages to a different folder. I’m finally back to work in email again. I had all but given up. Years ago I tried sparrow but gave up on it as well. I haven’t checked it out lately and I will be using airmail from here forward unless Apple PAYS me to use theirs. Thanks

Found helpful by 18 out of 24 people
Version 3.0
Review by 3Petes

Their own words: "I am sorry but the actual import function is not working correctly" - Wouldn’t you think that the first thing most people would do with their new email program would be to import their messages from their original email program? Seems like a simple concept. Good luck. Within minutes of buying this from the appstore I found that this was not possible. I immediately contacted the support people for Airmail 3 who told me that there was issue stating; "I am sorry but the actual import function is not working correctly…”. If they know this already why are they still offering this program on the App Store… or anywhere else for that matter? I have spent hours trying to get this email client to simply accept my standard .mbox files from archived mail but no luck. I am using a new 12 core Mac Pro with El Capitan. Perhaps its a fine program if you are starting from scratch but if you are hoping to move from a different email program to this one (like most of us) I would recommend finding an alternative. This feature is far too critical to not be functioning properly. Also, why is it that they can continue to sell a program on the App Store when they know it is not functioning properly? If the rest of us did that we’d be out of business or have angry customers pounding at our door. There is no protection for this sort of thing from the App Store so buyer beware’.

Found helpful by 62 out of 72 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.2.4
Review by Tobbi G.

Good on the surface, horrible just below and all the way down - There are so many issues with this app that it’s difficult to count them all. Some are fixed with an update but normally double intruduced instead. * Folder mappings are horribly unreliable * Due to mappings being unreliable, mailboxes keep being populated with useless “Airmail” folders * Due to mappings being unreliable, swipe actions keep mixing up folders * Email formatting is horribly inconsisten * Default settings have a mind of their own * Bad full screen support with disappearing windows * Convoluted preferences * Conversation groupings are very inconsistent and unreliable * At least one support person is another level of rude The aspirations are high but the developers are slowly building a house that will crumble. While there are interesting approaches here (others are offering the same or better) and some of the ideas will hopefully inspire the big players, the inconsistencies and low development quality make me suggest users should stay away.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
Version 3.2.4
Review by adamriggins

They took away my favorite feature - They took away the “tabbed window” feature. If you have a message you are composing, and you need to create a new message, it used to make a new tab in the same window, which is a newer macOS feature. They seem to have taken that away 2 updates ago.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
Version 3.2.4
Review by Practigal

One Nagging Issue... - This could be a great email client, in fact the best. But, it continues to be one step behind its major competitor (at least for me) Spark in that it takes much longer to sync and download new mail. When I am waiting to check new messages and I pop open the computer, I wait. When I use notifications, Spark’s always come first. I frequently run mail clients side by side and right now, it is Airmail3 and Spark, and Spark is easily MUCH faster. But, this app has a lot of things Spark doesn’t have and so that keeps me using it. The best feature that I use regularly is the View: Show Mail by Same Sender filter, followed by Select Mail by Same Sender (or just ‘=‘), followed by ‘Delete’! It makes for fast email clean-up. I also think Airmail is more configurable with slicing and dicing (okay, filtering and tagging) every which way and has a better UI with the exception of the UI font selection on OSX which is too small. I can make it very readable on my iPhone, whereas I can’t make Spark look as good. Solve the speed issue and Airmail3 is a handsdown winner. (Note: it is possible that my slow mail downloads is related to the volume of email I have. But, Spark doesn’t seem to care, so I am not taking it as an excuse.)

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 3.2.4
Review by Measured thoughts

An excellent mail tool - As a single-person entrepreneur, I use Airmail for all of my email needs and have several different email addresses synched up to Airmail. Everything works flawlessly and I have found it extremely easy to set up and use. Since moving over several months ago, I have had zero issues. Earlier today, I had a question relating to a problem I had experienced and used Airmail’s web interface to post my issue. It took a total of 2 back and forth emails and less than an hour and … presto … issue resolved. Steven was efficient and once he understood the exact problem I was having - it was slightly complex to explain via email - he showed me a VERY simple fix.. To say I’m happy with Airmail is an understatement. The product is excellent, but the response time to my issue was even better. Kudos to their development and support team. For entrepreneurs like me who no linger have access to IT departments, Airmail is great. Does exactly what I need it to and does it without fuss.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 3.2.4
Review by chazzola

Airmail 3: Good and *full* featured. Good support too. - I've been using Airmail for about two years (for many years I used nothing but Apple Mail). There’s a bit of a learning curve but well worth it. Very full-featured, and once I switched to a Gmail-hosted email everything was that much easier/more streamlined. Steven in Support is great — worked through a difficult issue with me.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people