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Gmail desktop client based on Adobe air

If you are a Gmail user and want to access them on your desktop, here is a special program, GeeMail which has everything required to access Gmail- you don’t need to configure POP and IMAP settings like traditional email clients. Moreover, even if you are offline you can compose and send your email. It automatically sends your mail, when it finds an active Internet connection.

GeeMail is a cross platform application that works on Windows, Mac and Linux. Its interface is looks like the original Gmail, so just work the way you do in Gmail, right down to the keyboard shortcuts.

Although not all the features of Google's popular web mail, GeeMail is an interesting alternative for those who do not have Internet connection always and need to constantly work with received messages. Requirements: Adobe air run time[via]


  1. Does it support Keeping Multiple google accounts or Google Apps account Just as in outlook or thunderbird

    or I have to type in the username everytime to see the mails ??


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