July 2, 2013
Boxer, the gesture-based get-things-done email app developed by Taskbox, has just received a small yet significant update. The latest update to Boxer includes the obligatory bug fixes and performance improvements. But what makes this otherwise negligible update significant is that, as announced by Taskbox via Twitter, it adds full IMAP support to Boxer.
That's right. In addition to Microsoft Exchange, Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, Outlook, Hotmail, and AOL mail accounts, Boxer now lets you add your IMAP-enabled mail accounts. Just choose "Other" in Boxer's email provider selection screen to take advantage of the app's full IMAP support. Make sure to properly fill in the required fields for your IMAP email address and incoming mail and outgoing mail settings to start using your IMAP account in Boxer. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The newly IMAP-enabled Boxer is available now in the App Store for free. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.0 or later. Originally released as Taskbox in October last year, Boxer lets you use simple swipe gestures to quickly triage your inbox and respond to new messages. Boxer lets you easily act on a message by swiping to the left or right on any email. Swiping to the left allows you to delete or archive an email, and swiping to the right provides access to Boxer's Like, Quick, To-do, Request, and Done options. For more information on these options and other features of Boxer, see Taskbox - Mail Becomes Boxer, Adds New Features To Organize Your Life. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
I scream, you scream, we all scream for IMAP! Full IMAP support now available in Boxer. Update now! http://t.co/9uZwhXw1Bt— Boxer (@boxer) July 1, 2013