Open-source multi-account email client
Almost everyone has several email accounts. We recommend you to at least have two: one for your serious personal issues and another one for all those online services you subscribe to, such as social networks of the likes of Facebook and Twitter. And you might possibly need more if your work requires you to.
All your email accounts in a single client
That's why you might be interested in K-9 Mail, an email client capable of supporting several accounts at once and compatible with different protocols: IMAP, POP3, and Exchange 2003/2007.
The ultimate email client for all your accounts.
With this tool, you can keep up with everything that's going on in your inbox, having all your accounts on the same interface but never mixed up. Furthermore, it also comes along with a very sober and well-cared design that makes it easier to browse through our messages. These are its main features:
- Support for IMAP, POP3, and Exchange protocols.
- Save attachments.
- Possibility to attach files from an SD card.
- Configure signatures.
- Bookmark messages.
- Separate notifications for each account.
- Two themes for the interface.
- Simple organization of messages.
- Multiple identities.
- Keyboard shortcuts.
- Support for emojis.
- Store emails on an SD card.
Setting up K-9 is really easy. However, you may have to synchronize the app manually if the automatic sync is disabled. Nevertheless, downloading the APK of this alternative client to Gmail is a great option.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.0.
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