GcMail is a very flexible Mailclient which offers a great variety of configuration options, yet is easy to use.GcMail is a program which is suitable for the casual user, as well as the Power- User in an office environment.
Version: 10.1.2From A to Z: GcMail effectively prevents dangers from the Internet from entering your own computer via electronic mail.
License: Free To Try $28.07
Operating System: Windows
The e-mail program GcMail is aimed at the occasional user as well as the'power user'.
With GcMail, both target groups use an e-mail program that is particularly easy to use and can be comprehensively adapted to their own needs.
Its particular advantage, however, is its extreme need for security.
At a time when new virus and malware attacks are ridden against users by e-mail every day, it is good to be able to rely on a mail program that lets the annoying attacks run effortlessly into the void.
GcMail blocks web bugs. The email client does not allow dangerous scripts to be executed, nor does it allow dubious files to be started that could activate Trojan horses or viruses.
In addition, file attachments with duplicate extensions, extra-long names or spaces in the name are actually displayed in this way.
Virus attacks can often be unmasked at first glance when it becomes clear that a supposed PDF file is in fact a dangerous script PIF file. It is also no problem to remove attachments completely from the mails or to save them in a cloud. Synchronization with Google, LiveMail calendars and contact details.
Import of contact data and calendar data to Outlook possible.
Version 10.1.2: https://www.gcmail.de/en/e-mail/whats-new/
Version 10.0.7.0: https://www.gcmail.de/en/whats-new.html
Version 22.214.171.124: http://www.gcmail.de/whats-new.html