Fmail can be used as a native application shell to access FastMail. There are native clients for iOS and Android, but not macOS.
FastMail's web interface is great. One thing is missing: the web interface can't handle email links. When you click on such links, it opens the macOS Mail application. This is not what you want. Enter FMail.
- Handles email links from other documents/programs
- Notify you when new mail arrives
- The Dock icon shows the number of unread mails in the Inbox and all folders.
- Status Bar Menu for easy access (will indicate when there are unread emails)
- Configurable shortcut to activate/deactivate FMail windows
- You can search for a word in all email messages by clicking the right mouse (contextual menu).
- Can be used without Dock Icon (a background application)
- If you run the background application, you can close the window when you go to another application. However, FMail remains open when you compose an email.
- Detects FMail not being the default email reader
- Window bar shows the title for the selected email
- Mouseover displays email links so you can decide if a particular link is worth clicking.
- To instantly search the text in your emails, use a right click
- Attachments can be downloaded from within the application
- Define your Downloads folder
- Previewed and Download .pdf files can be emailed and images can be saved
- You can easily copy the text to the pasteboard by displaying Raw Message in the application
- Context menus for specific applications
- FMail uses Safari to handle Print commands*
- Shortcuts for searching and composing mail
- Login to get started
- Auto dark/light mode in Mojave
- Localizations in English, French, and Dutch
- FMail is a Notarized, and Sandboxed app
- Written entirely in Swift