Nine – Email;
Within a company or in your daily life, email contact has become a critical thing as interpersonal communication skills.
In a company’s work, nothing could be more important than effective communication. At any time, anywhere, family members. With other Android email applications, you may already have a good experience. Regardless of your current experience, we’re going to give you more than anything else a superb experience. Use wireless networks to use e-mail, contacts, schedules, activities, and reminders on your mobile devices to improve the user experience and dramatically reduces your time
Exchange ActiveSync’s direct push synchronization. Nine has no server to store Nine data from the user. Nine applications directly connect to the user server. All Nine data will only be stored in the user device.
– Great user interface & beautiful GUI
– Multiple Accounts
– Calendar and Contacts (Integrated with Nine Account in stock Calendar and Contacts app)
– Rich-Text Editor
– Client Cert – S / MIME
– IRM – Global Address List (GAL)
– Favorite Folder (Can check all email messages including subfolders in one special folder at a time)
– Select folders to push (Email notification for each folder)
– Automatic setup for many popular email services such as Office 365, Exchange Online, Hotmail, Live.com, Outlook, MSN or Google Apps.
– Full HTML (inbound, outbound)
– Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
– Hybrid Email Search
– Conversation Mode
– Unread Badge (Nova Launcher, Apex Launcher, DashClock and Samsung, Sony & LG)
– Widgets (Unread Badge, Shortcuts, Email List, Task List and Calendar Agenda)
– Exchange Server 2003 SP2/SP3 and above
– Office 365
– Google Apps
– Exchange ActiveSync has been supported by other servers (IBM Notes Traveler, Groupwise, Kerio, Zimbra, Horde, IceWarp, MDaemon, etc).
Note: General users of Gmail were unable to use Nine because in January 2013 Google changed the policy not to support ActiveSync for general users of Gmail. Under the link “Google Sync End of Life,” you can find detailed information.
The users for paid Google apps can use to sync with ActiveSync. Thus, the users can use Nine
* * Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above available.
* * Note Nine is not based on the cloud. It only stores the passwords of your accounts on the device itself. It only connects to the mail servers themselves. It only stores your messages on the device