Nine Mail - Email & Calendar

Nine Mail - Email & Calendar

By 9Folders, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-11-22
  • Current Version: 1.2.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 172.04 MB
  • Developer: 9Folders, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 56 Ratings

Description

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 Calendar and 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, Live.com, 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 - Outlook.com - 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 support@9folders.com and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Privacy Policy : http://www.9folders.com/privacy-policy Terms and Conditions : http://www.9folders.com/terms-and-conditions/

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Reviews

  • Nine loosing all data

    1
    By Cutiepie260768
    Happened twice after last two nine updates.... All mail and configuration disappears and application returns to first time install screen. When you attempt to reconfigure mail settings, the application crashes and closes. Only way is to delete and reinstall from app store. I have lots of folders to sync and it is a pain to set up all over Everytime.
  • Functionally limited

    1
    By Catbingo920
    Compared to the Android version, which I love, this version basically has no features at all in comparison. Ex: you can't set it so the app will only notify you certain days of the week. Do yourself a favor and just download Outlook.
  • Delay in msgs

    2
    By godo123
    Looks like this app works better in an android phone. I’ve experienced delay In getting messages these days in my iPhone. I like this app because you get notifications for emails with rule settings vs the mail and outlook apps.
  • NOT on par with Android version

    2
    By Unafishet
    Started using after hearing amazing reviews from Android using co-workers about this app. Seems to be missing features and is far less reliable than the Android version. Email push seems to break randomly, no dark theme, and regularly becomes sluggish. I hope it gets better but not worth using right now.
  • Getting better all the time!

    4
    By Leotue11
    This is hands down the best email & calendar app on Android and has the potential to do even better on ios since the native email app is just too limited for a business user. It still needs optimization and features to get to the same 5 star level it has for me on Android. My main issues are: - no exchange task management - very slow Keep those updates coming!
  • Syncing Notes

    5
    By saurabhd99
    Hi Nine Team, Can you please add ability to sync/add notes and multiple calendar the way you have it on Android? Regards
  • Battery drain

    5
    By DougKmcse
    Update! nine works great after iOS upgrade 11.3.1 Since update and paying the one time fee. Now my iPhone 7 battery drains down in half the time. I un install 9 iPhone battery works as expected. Re install 9 and the battery drains down very quickly. 9 worked great while I used the free version. What happened. I will give 9 5 stars when the battery drain is resolved. Other wise this app works great the only email app that has a true unread folder that shows all unread email no matter what folder it has been moved to by rules!
  • Why do I need to pay twice if I have the Android version?

    1
    By Wg-avaldod
    Buying an app should be valid for any platform. I don’t need to purchase it again if I want to use it in my iPhone.
  • How did they mess this up?

    2
    By DeadWolfSA
    The android version of this app is so good. When I switched to an iPhone I thought downloading this app was a no brainer. It feels like it is in early alpha. No dark theme. Notifications just don’t work. There are a lot of settings in the android version that are just missing. This app comes no where close to the greatness of the android version. If you are looking to connect to an exchange or o365 environment and are on iOS I suggest using outlook instead.
  • Gmail Calendar does not work properly

    3
    By DanaCristina
    I’ve been struggling to like the app, I even purchased the lifetime subscription, however it is still buggy. The calendar is not displaying conference call information (phone number, pin and hangouts link). I have to go on my laptop to get it. I also can’t update meetings easily. When I try to update it, it removes all attendees and I have to manually re-add them. Should not have to do that.

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