You ever have that one email address that you only need to access sometimes, so you don't really need nor want to set it up on BlackBerry? LogicMail can help with that. Maybe you just want a little bit more control over your inbox? LogicMail can help in either of those cases and now they've released the latest beta update to their standalone email client for BlackBerry and it's loaded with new features:
Key new features of 2.1 are:
- Background server polling (may affect battery)
- Home screen notification icon
- Configurable refresh intervals IMAP: Can check both INBOX and non-INBOX folders / IMAP: Uses IDLE to keep the connection open when possible
- Can automatically connect and check for mail on application startup
- Can auto-start on device startup
- Improved setup wizard, including configuration of new features
- App now hides instead of exiting closed (Exit option still available)
- Option to mark messages read/unread without viewing them
- Supports the IMAP COMPRESS extension (optional)
- Support for OS7 hybrid-touch devices (e.g. Bold 9900)
- Faster detection of stalled network connections
- Supports OS 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 5.0, 6.0, and 7.0
If you're looking for an alternative email client for your BlackBerry, LogicMail is certainly worth a look. You can hit the link below and grab the version most compatible with your device -- remember though, it's a beta, so make sure you share any bugs you find so that they can be fixed.
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