Nine Mail - Email & Calendar

Nine Mail - Email & Calendar

By 9Folders, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-11-22
  • Current Version: 1.4.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 180.51 MB
  • Developer: 9Folders, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 82 Ratings


As of today email communication became a critical thing as interpersonal communication skill within an organization or in your daily life. There might be nothing more important than efficient communication in the work of a company. Nine is a full-fledged email application to synchronize with Microsoft Exchange Server using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, and also designed for entrepreneurs or ordinary people who want to have efficient communication with their colleagues, friends, ‎and family members at anytime, anywhere. You may already have good experience with other E-Mail apps. Regardless of your existing experience, we will give you a superb experience more than anything else. Leveraging E-Mail, Contacts and Calendar on your mobile devices through wireless networks enhances your user experience and dramatically reduces your time. **************** Nine is not a free app. After enough time using the free trial for 2 weeks and you are satisfied, you need to join Premium Membership. There are two ways to join Premium Membership. 1. Subscription ($1.99 / 3 months or $ 2.99 / 6 months): The license should be updated every 3 months or 6 months. 2. Lifetime Member ($14.99): It is a lifetime license and users do not need to update the license. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and turn off auto-renew from your iTunes Account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. **************** Key features ------------- - Direct Push Synchronization with Exchange ActiveSync. - Great user experience & beautiful GUI - Multiple accounts - Calendar and Contacts (Integrated into stock Contacts application along with Nine account) - Rich-Text Editor - Client Cert - Global Address List (GAL) - Select folders to push (Email notification per each folder) - Automatic setup for many popular email services like Office 365, Exchange Online, Hotmail,, Outlook, MSN or G Suite (Google Apps) - Full HTML (inbound, outbound) - Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) - Hybrid Email Search (Integrate with fast local search and online search) - Conversation Mode - Modern Authentication for Office 365 - S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) Supported Servers ------------------- - Exchange Server 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 - Office 365, Exchange Online - Hotmail - - Other servers(IBM Notes Traveler, Groupwise, Kerio, Zimbra, Horde, IceWarp, MDaemon etc) supported Exchange ActiveSync - G Suite ** Support - If you have a question or a special request, just send an email to and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Privacy Policy : Terms and Conditions :



  • Unreliable Notifications

    By NetworkCop
    I love the application as I have been using it on Android for couple of years. However the notifications are sporadic I find in this version. Once the app has been opened the notifications on screen work well, but that doesn't even last 24 hours. I have to keep preening the app to keep notifications working. A bit frustrating I'd say. Any fix to this?
  • Not like the Android a long shot

    By RichieLenny
    I've been using the Android Nine app for over two years and love, love, love it. It's robust and full featured and rock solid. The iOS app isn't even close. I'll keep my fingers crossed about the overhaul. In the meantime, it's Outlook for iOS for me.
  • Push stops working

    By cbradley330
    This would be a 5 star email client if push messages didn’t stop working if the app is closed for a while. Even the Wide Awake option didn’t seem to help for me.
  • This has potential

    By posservice
    I’ve been using their iOS and Android versions for quite some time. The iOS version has potential if Push email worked properly. Otherwise it doesn’t match Outkook app.
  • Missing a TON of Android features

    By DeeEsq
    I loved this email app on Android and only feel so-so about it on iOS. Where are all of the Android features?
  • Collapsible and Expandable Folders!!!

    By biigbiird
    This is the only email app for iPhone that I could find that has this capability. I have hundreds of folders that I need to dig through. On Android, most email apps I used could expand and collapse, which saved me from having to scroll through all kinds of folders and sub folders. For some reason, the other iOS email apps don’t have that capability, which make them unusable. Nine email is the best!!!
  • Constantly stops pushing notifications

    By Xyches
    The app will randomly stop giving alerts of new email and you have to open the app and refresh to see all the “missed” mail!
  • Disappointment

    By Jim Edmonds
    I have the android version of nine and was very happy with it. I’ve since gone back to IOS and was surprised there was now A version to support iPhones. However I need the task and notes sync which is missing. Yes I know I can use other apps for those but I liked having everything in one app. I don’t mind the purchase price if everything was there but think I will pass for now. The developer contacted me about the missing features that I desire and mentioned they could be coming in the next year. I will did end up buying the lifetime version in spite of the missing features because I just like the way it handles everything else compared to Native Email or MS Outlook email. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for the updates.
  • Crashes during application launch

    By KirkyTurk3y
    We’ve been using the app for over a year have started experiencing annoying and crippling problems within one of the recent patches on iOS (not android). I have employees with different models of iPhones using this app, and it doesn’t make a difference. The app works correctly for a short time, and eventually, it will crash every single time at the authentication portion of getting into the app. An uninstall/reinstall fixes the problem for a very brief time. Looking into new mail applications.
  • iPhone on lock screen

    By michelle a. b.
    It’s not giving me notifications on lock screen, so frustrating!