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Works with Treo 180, Treo 180g, Treo 270, Treo 90 and Treo 300

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$35.00
SnapperMail by Snapperfish, Ltd

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Attachment Support!
Snappermail's ground breaking attachment technology lets you to work with email attachments in true desktop format. Attachments can be attached/saved to your memory card or opened with myriad of partner applications supporting nearly all common filetypes. View images, edit documents, send photos, install applications -- with SnapperMail you can take your office mobile.

Smartphone Friendly
SnapperMail gives you the option to operate in the same way you operate your phone -- with your finger. There's no need to pull out that stylus, just use your finger when you quick-toggle into Finger Navigation Mode. Even better, we've taken Smartphone usability one step further by building in specific Handspring Treo support.

Designed for now and the future
With the increasing bandwidths offered by the new broadband wireless networks, rest assured SnapperMail has been architected to handle large messages with ease. SnapperMail effortlessly opens unlimited sized attachments and reads unlimited sized message texts.

UPDATE: Version 1.8.2
Revision history since Version 1.8 below:
Version 1.8.2
2003.09.18 PUBLIC RELEASE

NEW!
* German localization.
* Italian localization.
FIXED
* [A] for 'Reply All' keyboard shortcut does not work.
* Invalid HTML messages (typically spam) do not render.
* POP servers with very large numbers of messages (more than 2000) can cause a crash.
CHANGED
* Tweaked comms pacing for Samsung SPH-i330 devices to improve Send reliability.
* Invalid (spam) HTML messages sometimes does no render.
* Spaces stripped from phone number links prior to dialing (Samsung SPH-i500 dialer fails on spaces).




Version 1.8.1
2003.08.27 PUBLIC RELEASE

FIXED
* Fetch One Account failed to work on some accounts.
* Switching folders with the Jog controller / D-pad causes lockup (affects only devices with back jog button or 5-way navigation).




Version 1.8.0
2003.08.26 PUBLIC RELEASE

NEW!
* Messages from respective accounts can be downloaded into separate folders.
* Speed improvements for the message reader.
* Accounts sorted alphabetically and downloaded in selected alphabetical order.
* User-created folders sorted alphabetically.
* Improved support for HTML with extended Latin characters (e.g. umlauts).
* Improved support for sending messages in foreign character sets.
* Improved SMTP-AUTH support for non-compliant SMTP servers.
* Jog Dial support extended to Fetch One Account and Edit Accounts forms.
FIXED
* Messages deleted off server sometimes get downloaded again.
* Message-rfc822 attachments not displayed in the body of the message.
* Dialing phone numbers with dashes do not dial on Samsung SPH-i500.
* URLs inside pointed brackets are not detected.
* Line breaks in Base64 encoded text messages rendered as blocks.
CHANGED
* Default message size set to 4k.
* Increased the maximum allowable length of the account names.
* Clipper and Tungsten C Web Pro browsers added to the web browser list.
* Connection log is no longer displayed after hitting Cancel during Send/Fetch.
* LXbrowser recompiled into to FileBrowser with provision for localizations.
* Dialing a phone number now asks for confirmation.
* [Space] now opens messages in the msg list view on keyboard devices.
* [Space] now closes messages in the msg reader on keyboard devices.
* Minor UI dialog tweaks.



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User Opinions
Thumbs Up  57% Thumbs Down 43%

Would you recommend SnapperMail ?

Yes   No  

Thumbs Up

Email fit for a god
No Sites offers enough stars to rate this Program SnapperMail WAS NOT made for PDAs they were made for SnapperMail. Its what i have been wanting since i got my 1st Palm trully leaves everything else looking lost. The Customer Support is the BEST i have ever come across its quick precise and easy to understand.The Palm Software/Hardware world should be using it as a measuring stick in my eyes. it works great with my Broadband email. OK there is room for improvement But it is actually going to happen they want it and will also listen to us the users FINALLY SO YOURE THINKING OF TRYING/BUYING SNAPPERMAIL DONT THINK JUST BUY IT YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.
by Kilted_One

Thumbs Up

The best email program by far
I have the Treo 270 with T-Mobile service. I downloaded this program and was using e-mail within 30 seconds. Outstanding. And the attachment support is wonderful.. The bundled software is great.
by pipeman

Thumbs Down

no groupwise and no filters
I love the way snappermail looks but unfortunately, it does not work with groupwise and it does not have filters (yet)
by sparkky

Thumbs Up

The best there is
I dumped PCS Business Connection and Treo Mail for this sweet application...
by bostlaw

Thumbs Up

This client is a snap!
After buying my Treo300 from Sprint on the first day the new network went up (didn't plan it that way), I had weeks of issues with my service. As a result, I stepped back from setting up a lot of features, including figuring out how to best manage mail (other than synching to Outlook). So much software turns out to be total crap now-a-days, that I figured I would: download SnapperMail, confirm my fear that it was junk, and continue my search. How surprised was I?! I didn't really have time to read directions, but I just downloaded SnapperMail, synched and installed on my Treo, and did all the set-up while on a three-story elevator ride. In the time between my office and the street, I was able to install, set up and configure everything. I was sending and receiving emails right away from my POP account. That's just the Beta version. I'll be buying the real deal, so I can manage multiple accounts. The Zip and Photo utilities that are bundled with SnapperMail are nice and handy, and seem to work with the application very well (and independently). I find the application's UI and usability are wonderful - very intuitive. It's like someone who actually has and uses a Treo 300 spend some time really addressing how Treo users actually interact with the device. In the end, it works - and it works well.
by DannyMI

Thumbs Down

This client is a snap!
After buying my Treo300 from Sprint on the first day the new network went up (didn't plan it that way), I had weeks of issues with my service. As a result, I stepped back from setting up a lot of features, including figuring out how to best manage mail (other than synching to Outlook). So much software turns out to be total crap now-a-days, that I figured I would: download SnapperMail, confirm my fear that it was junk, and continue my search. How surprised was I?! I didn't really have time to read directions, but I just downloaded SnapperMail, synched and installed on my Treo, and did all the set-up while on a three-story elevator ride. In the time between my office and the street, I was able to install, set up and configure everything. I was sending and receiving emails right away from my POP account. That's just the Beta version. I'll be buying the real deal, so I can manage multiple accounts. The Zip and Photo utilities that are bundled with SnapperMail are nice and handy, and seem to work with the application very well (and independently). I find the application's UI and usability are wonderful - very intuitive. It's like someone who actually has and uses a Treo 300 spend some time really addressing how Treo users actually interact with the device. In the end, it works - and it works well.
by DannyMI

Thumbs Down

No SSL support is a show stopper!
This is absolutely necessary since many many people out there can only get access to broadband service provider based e-mail (like that tiny little provider called AT&T) over SSL. I'll be the first in line (behind many others I suspect) when this feature is available.
by derek985





 

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