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Email client that can compose HTML mail


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  1. garryknight

    garryknight Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've done a search on the forums and I've done a pretty exhaustive search (and pretty exhausting) on Google and I can't find an answer to a simple question:

    Is there an email app for Android that will let me compose and send emails in HTML format?

    Before anyone jumps in to tell me that HTML mail is a horrible idea, I would agree with that. For the most part. But most of my contacts are fine with HTML mail and every now and again I like to send a birthday card (as an HTML email, not as an attachment). Like today, for instance. And I had to wait until I was back at my PC to do the job.

    So, does anyone know of such an app or must I use attachments for this job?
     

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  3. icannn

    icannn New Member

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    Actually I'm also searching for an email client supports html composing myself, but if your needs are just around bold, underline, italic and changing colors too, then you can use a great email client app called maildroid.
    Despite the unpleasant app logo, in my opinion, it has all what i mentioned above beside the great feature that convinced me to replace Android mail app, which is IMAP Idle feature. This feature enables real push email feature just like BlackBerry.

    Check it in Android market (play) and enjoy :)
     
  4. garryknight

    garryknight Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Good to see this thread revived, in case someone else is still looking. I use MailDroid for the same reasons.

    Agreed. It's a great argument for allowing us to choose our own icon. For all apps.
     

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