GyazMail is a multilingual e-mail client for Mac OS X, developed from scratch to be simple, easy-to-use, and feature-filled. The main features of GyazMail are as follows:
The following features are planned for the future:
The download may be tried for free for 40 days before requiring purchase.
Version 1.5.9 adds/changes the following:
"Been using GyazMail for a few months now...find it to be a GREAT simple mail app. No HTML mail yet (I don't care), but is promised in a future release. The integration with Apple's Address Book is nice. No junk mail filter, but like I said, it's a simple mail app. It's pretty solid, and I haven't had any crashes, unexpected quits, or quirkiness. Runs really well on my old B&W 350, which is a refreshing change to the constant beachballing of M$ Entourage. Their updates have been timely; I will gladly plunk down the few $$$ they are asking for once it hits version 1.0."
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