DreamMail is a handy and reliable application which comes packed with all the features you need for managing your e-mail accounts.
Support for multiple accounts and mail protocols
When you first initialize the program, you enter a wizard in which you can select to automatically create a default user or manually configure multi-user information.
In the next step, you must enter your email address (supports POP3, SMTP, eSMTP, Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail and others), along with your password and name, and optionally test your account.
Clean GUI, organize your address book and access a RSS reader
DreamMail needs a while to load your email account's database, yet during this time, you can explore all the features located in its intuitive interface.
Besides the mail folder where you can access you inbox, outbox, sent messages, as well as trash and drafts, you can create and organize an address book, search through your mail, access your account via a web browser integrated in the DreamMail interface, but you can also access a RSS reader.
Create backups and protect your data with a passkey
One of the key features of DreamMail is that it supports multiple accounts with different configurations, as well as multiple users. You can also create a backup for the messages, that will be stored on the software's server (optionally set DreamMail to delete it after specific time), as well as view received mails in HTML or text without online preview.
Furthermore, the application comes with several templates that you can use as backgrounds for text. In addition, you can password-protect DreamMail or specific folders, adjust the protection level for Junk Mail, create filters for messages, write notes, customize the interface, and much more.
Performance and conclusion
The software uses a surprisingly low amount of system resources and it did not freeze or crash during our tests. Unfortunately, we could not access the online forum to view helpful tips. Nevertheless, we strongly recommend DreamMail to all users. For those that want to skip the setup process, a portable counterpart has been developed, which is called Portable DreamMail.
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