Airmail, the third-party email app for Mac, has received a lot of new features and improvements with version 3.0, and the app is now more in line with its counterpart for iPhone and iPad, adding Smart Folders, VIP contacts and notifications, and "send later" support for Gmail and Exchange accounts. Airmail will now also sync rules, VIP contacts, and Smart Folders over iCloud between iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Here are the major new features that you'll find in Airmail for Mac 3.0:
- Smart Folders
- VIP Contacts
- VIP notifications
- Send Later (Gmail and Exchange)
- Customizable Menu
- Customizable Gestures
- Customizable Keyboard Shortcuts
- Customizable Folders
- Calendar integration (apply to new permissions)
- Fuzzy Label, Move to
- Message Rendering Engine
- Action Space Key to scroll
- Action Unsubscribe
- Rules Export/Import
- iCloud sync for Rules, VIP Contacts and Smart Folders
- Rules can Forward messages
- Integration Asana
- Integration Trello
- Gmail (Primary Inbox support)
- Redesigned threads
Airmail 3.0 is a free update for existing users, and can be found now on the Mac App Store.
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