With a webmail interface that’s intuitive for both casual and power users, Xmail provides access to email, instant messaging, calendars, contacts, notes, and tasks from any device or tablet with a Web browser. If you don’t want to use an email client like Outlook, you don’t have to; all of Xmail‘s functionality is available using a web browser.
Over time, it can be difficult to find a file that you received from a contact or sent in a message. The attachments view makes searching for a file hassle-free by displaying all incoming and outgoing messages with attachments in a single location.
Use Xmail to manage multiple email accounts. Users can send and receive messages from any email clients that support POP, IMAP and SMTP email accounts and configure different signatures to use with each account.
Because email exchanges often result in new tasks, Xmail includes the ability to link a message to a task. By linking emails and tasks together, users can ensure relevant communications regarding a task are always easily accessible and available.