FMail The native Fastmail client for macOS

FMail/Versions

1.8.1

2019-11-26

  • Better handling of right-mouse click (contextual menu)
1.8

2019-11-21

  • No more external libraries
  • New update mechanism.
    Since FMail is Sandboxed, Notarized and has a Hardened Runtime, it is no longer possible to update without user intervention. Therefore the update will be presented to you. You then drag the updated FMail into the application folder.
1.7.4

2019-11-18

  • Fixed unwanted closing of window when running in background and activated via a link
  • Changed order of Preferences panes
  • Some fine-tuning
1.7.3

2019-11-11

  • Window not closing anymore when in background mode and activated via a notification
  • Fixed wrong indication when downloading a new version (visible at next update)
1.7.2

2019-11-11

  • When running as background application, you can choose for closing the FMail window when the application looses focus; in background mode there will be a lock in the top-right corner of the window
  • Adjusted Preferences setting for auto-close
1.7.1

2019-11-12

  • Search on a word in all emails via a right mouse click
  • Status Menu has Check for Update entry
1.7

2019-11-12

  • Can now run as background application (without Dock icon)
  • Status Bar Menu will change when there is unread mail
  • Added this option to the Preferences and the Status Menu
1.6.6

2019-11-10

  • Check for default email reader can be set in the Preferences
1.6.5

2019-11-09

  • When FMail is not the default email reader, you will be asked to change the default email reader
1.6.4

2019-11-04

  • Added Status Bar Menu that can be disabled in the Preferences
  • Tweaked Preferences
1.6.3

2019-10-26

  • Added support for vCards (Contacts)
  • Resolved a bug that would show an email notification when a draft was saved
1.6.2

2019-10-24

  • Restored user access for downloading to Download folder
  • Up until this version FMail has used Sparkle for its updates. Since Apple wants applications in Catalina to be Notarized and Sandboxed, we have issues with Sparkle. Therefore from now on FMail uses its own update engine.

The FMail application does not collect personal data from the user.
FMail is an application shell for fastmail.com email hosting service. You can have a look at their privacy policy here.