Email Me Pro - 1.99 USD
by Caramel Labs, Version: 2.5 , 541 KB
Package name: com.caramellabs.emailmepro , Last Update: 2012-10-11 17:48:28
44 ratings (4.409 average)
What's new in this version (2.5):
- Added log for emails sent using Auto Send
- Failed emails sent using Auto Send will be automatically retried (can be adjusted or turned off in the Settings)
- Bug fixes
- Email Me Pro was showing up in its own Share popup, which was really confusing. Sorry about that! This version removed it.
- Added attachments to Tasker configuration (separate multiple files with a semicolon). You
Great for Getting Things Done! (GTD, tasks, to do)
You can set up multiple email templates (which include the email address, subject, message, and even attachments) for tasks, work, personal, etc. Then use those templates to quickly create a pre-populated email or to share something from another app using the Share menu. You can also create shortcuts on your home screen using a template.
You can also set up Email Me Pro to send you emails automatically, so you bypass the email compose screen completely! No more extra steps to send an email! The SMTP settings are configurable, enabling you to send from any email account.
Email Me Pro allows you to quickly email files (including photos) from your phone, either automatically or using your email app's compose screen.
Email Me Pro is enabled as a Tasker plugin, so you can send emails automatically (to anyone) using the numerous triggers in Tasker. Tasker is a separate app that must be installed and this only works using Auto Send in Email Me Pro (Tasker already has the ability to open to the email compose screen). This should work with Locale also, but it hasn't been tested.
Using Email Me Pro's Auto Send feature, you can schedule emails to be sent at regular intervals, such as every day or every week.
Check out Email Me if you want a free version of this app (with less functionality).
Please note that you have the option to turn SSL on or off and trust all certificates in the preferences. However, it's recommended to always keep SSL on and not trust all certificates (which are the defaults). Unfortunately though, this doesn't work with all email providers.
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