Amongst the popular choices of users worldwide such as Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Pegasus Mail, IncrediMail, The Bat! or IBM Lotus Notes, Foxmail’s top ranking in the Softpedia `Email Clients` category may seem a bit odd.
Being a Chinese application, the developer didn’t see fit that the installation process or the starting language of the actual program should be English and opted for Chinese.
We redesign the way Foxmail looks and works. The new Foxmail looks fresh, clean, and brings clarity to the entire experience. You know good design when you use it.
Rebuilt for performance
Loving Foxmail is easy because of its good performance. Now the new Foxmail is faster, more responsive, more reliable even under the mass data up to millions messages.
Use Foxmail notepad function, you can record while working, easily organize useful information. Foxmail will Keep all of your notes in sync with QQMail both in web and mobile.
Foxmail 7.2 (New)2014-01-23
- New: notepad plugin
- New: the new kernel brings smoother reading experience
- New: Imap and Exchange mail account supports search on the server
- New: filter junk mails with Foxmail anti – spam database (beta)
- New: show Exchange online archive
- New: import Foxmail 7.0 mail databases
- New: import mail archive files in .fox suffix
- New: set mail account to be inactive
- New: statistical functions of mail account
- New: N seconds to mark it as read after reading a mail
- New: add the specified folder to frequently used folders
- New: folders support automatically sorting
- New: filter supports inter – account transfer
- New: merge duplicate contacts, add alphabetical index, and recipient and sender match with the address book in the address module
- New: print calendars, display holidays, and use color to distinguish one account from other in the calendar module
- New: read in separate windows and web mode in the RSS module
- Enhancement: optimize fuzzy searches and search performance
- Enhancement: create and preview calendar transaction more convenient
- Enhancement: give hints while sending and receiving mails