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Koma-Mail (Win 98/2000/XP/Vista/7) Print E-mail
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Thursday, 19 August 2004

Koma-Mail is an email client which is comfortable and has very handy functions. It does not need an installation, so that you can run Koma-Mail from your flash drive but, of course, also on your desktop.

For safety reasons Koma-Mail blocks scripts and ActiveX in your mails. You can also encrypt your user account. To be protected against webbugs you can use Koma-Mail in the offline mode.

Koma-Mail offers two different spam filters: one is word based and the other one is a Bayesian. To prevent false negative detections Koma-Mail uses a white list.

With Koma-Mail you can send and receive mails, encrypted via SSL, through POP3, IMAP (including synchronization), SMTP and WebDav. To stay informed you can use the integrated RSS viewer.

Altogether Koma-Mail is a good alternative to shareware mail clients.

  • POP3, IMAP, SMTP, WebDav
  • SSL and APOP support
  • RSS viewer
  • Calendar
  • Contact management
  • Displays HTML Mails
  • HTML-Editor for composing
  • Sends and receives mail with inline images
  • Zips attachments automatically
  • Mails can be marked with colors
  • Free folder structure
  • Automatically cleans folders
  • Template module
  • Several user accounts
  • Several mail accounts per user account
  • Encrypts user accounts
  • Spam filter (including Bayesian)
  • Filter module
  • Unicode support
  • Available in 20 languages
    • Catalan, Czech,  Danish, English,  Finnish, French, Galego, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Nederlands, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish,  Ukrainian

    Changelog and upgrade information

    Current version
    Older versions


    Koma-Mail portable (3.83)
    Koma-Mail with installer (3.83)


    How to update:


    Not much new. I misunderstood an error-message of a user, so that I thought that I had uploaded a beta version by accident. Later I realized that the beta was never online. Anyway, to update, just replace all files through the new ones.

     (for older versions please check the changelog)

    First make a backup, in the case that something goes wrong. Now copy the converter.exe in the user-directory and start it. Finally replace all files through the new ones. I hope everything is working fine. 

    The converter can be downloaded from here:

    Last Updated ( Wednesday, 07 March 2012 )