Qm is a small, portable and simple-to-use software utility which allows you to quickly send emails through an SMTP server. It can be seamlessly handled, even by less experienced users in such apps.
Thanks to its portability, installing Qm is not necessary. You can store the EXE file anywhere on the hard drive and run it immediately.
An alternative is to save Qm to a USB flash drive or other portable device, in order to run it on any computer with minimum effort.
What's important to mention is that Windows Registry does not get entry updates, and files do not remain on the hard drive after removing the utility.
Upon deployment you are required to configure server settings when it comes to the address, port number and authentication method (POP before SMTP, SMTP auth login, or none).
The interface of Qm consists of a standard window whose layout resembles the one of a common word processor. All you have to do is write the message body, a subject, sender and receiver, as well as attach files, in order to send the email.
Furthermore, you can enable word wrapping mode, disable the toolbar and status bar, customize the font, use the standard Undo, Cut, Copy and Paste functions, edit sender information (name and email), include a header, enable logging, as well as copy the message to the server address.
Qm is very low-demanding when it comes to the CPU and system memory, so it does not interfere with the runtime of other active processes. Its response time is very good, and the tool is pretty stable. It didn't cause us any problems during our evaluation, such as hanging, crashing or displaying error messages. However, Qm has not been updated for a very long time.