Luciano BellinatoBill Gunn

I had been using Free eM Client (2 accounts) for a while now. Truly, it has exceeded my expectations. I have a “relatively slow” Internet connection, and Outlook would fall over repeatedly, timing out, regardless of how I configured it. Thunderbird kind of worked but was a royal PITA to work with (or at least to configure it to the way I wanted it to work).

I finally decided to consolidate another external (gmail) account into eM Client, and paid for the pro version – awesome.
Most folks usually write something when they want to complain – I do as well (LOL) – but I also like to say Thank You when you get a real good and well supported piece of software.

Luciano BellinatoLuciano Bellinato

I’m an “old school” email client addicted, once, to the Qualcomm Eudora client, and after it was discontinued, an orphan, never satisfied by the alternatives offered by the market. Reading some reviews of eM Client, I was intrigued. It is the perfect compromise between flexibility and ease of use. The ability to export profiles and avoid configuring each new client again is an essential bonus. You’re doing a great job!

Jerry FerreiraJerry Ferreira

When I came across eM Client, I was hesitant because I had never heard of it. Wow! Excellent import features! eM imported messages and contacts without a hitch! Love it and so does my partner. He’ll be using it the most and he said that he really likes the layout. Easy-to-find options for the everyday tasks.

Gilbert TiefengruberGilbert Tiefengruber

It deserves the title “best client (for windows)”. It has all the features of Outlook, similar look & feel, only without the bugs, a lightning fast query language for the search, very good calendar (not just a webview of calendar.google.com as the others have) and native google integration, no need for plugins or extensions.

Lukáš NavrátilLukáš Navrátil

I am a thankful user of eM Client, which I use several years already and I am satisfied with it. Recently I decided to make a change and made a deep test of another email clients, I tested almost every software available, including MS Outlook, Postbox, Mozilla Thunderbird, The Bat and many others, but the eM Client won again.

Neil MartinNeil Martin

Just a note to say thanks for building a damn good email client to replace Outlook. It made no sense to me to purchase Office 365 and at £60 a year, it’s too expensive. I’ve tried a few other email clients that bring together my four different accounts but none were as good as eM.

Tóth AndrásTóth András

Today I found this app for desktop. I can’t tell you how I like it! The best I ever used! Simple, clean, and perfect!

Maciek SzałęgaMaciek Szałęga

This is to confirm that eM Client support staff is very professional and customer focused. They have solved my issue. Very Well DONE. Thank you! Five stars *****

Alexander RaisingerAlexander Raisinger

Best email client I have ever used. Better than Outlook! Love it!

Kostas BrzezińskiKostas Brzeziński

The integration of CalDAV and CardDAV makes it my only choice on Windows platform. Would be great seeing it on Mac.

Lu Ann HughesLu Ann Hughes

At the near end of Window Live Mail, I was scouring the internet for a replacement. Outlook is primitive in comparison and Windows 10 Mail is horrid. I found eM Client and I am a happy camper again. My email, contacts and calendar are at my fingertips as it was with Windows Live Mail. Thank you!!

Luis CastilleroLuis Castillero

Great piece of software! I was looking for a mixture of Thunderbird and Outlook and eM Client just has the best of both.

Alan RishworthAlan Rishworth

The most attractive feature for me so far is the ability to support more than one Exchange account. This is an extremely powerful feature for me since I support more than one Exchange system.

Pavel OttaPavel Otta

I wanted a desktop calendar program as good as iCal for Mac, and the calendar component of eM Client is certainly that. I am using personal calendars on iCloud plus a work calendar on Exchange, and eM Client is almost the only program that can do that (yes, Outlook with the iCloud plugin works, but it is spectacularly ugly).

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