It would be useful to be able to separately control notifications for e-mail and calendar. Calendar notifications are very useful, but I do not wish to see hundreds of e-mail notifications.1 vote
You can turn off notifications for email, but keep calendar notifications on. In the app settings, tap on the account you would like to change notifications for. You will see a toggle for both calendar and mail notifications.
Older versions of Boxer showed pictures
similar to Facebook or WhatsApp!
Why was this feature removed?
I am not sure if people can open my
Make sure your settings in “Privacy/Security” is set to “low” in order for all in-line images to appear.
Stop duplicate notifications - I get two notifications for every email!6 votes
Swiping more than one mail at the same time is one of the only things I am missing in your app.
For example, I can see from the Inbox view that there are two emails I don't care about. I would like to be able to touch them both and swipe to delete them.
Tap on the avatars of the emails you would like to select. You should see check marks appear on the selected emails and then you can take action on these items.
iOS calendar integration would be a nice feature.3 votes
Have a basic function guide for reference in the app5 votes
You can find the app’s tutorial in Settings > Support > View tutorial.
You are able to create a custom box to merge all sent mail folders together.
Fantastical 2 allows you to see the whole calendar month at once. Click on the day you want and add appointments as you need to. We are just missing the whole month view is all.30 votes
Thanks for your feedback on this! You can now view the entire month by pulling down on the week view. Additional information and steps can be found here: http://support.getboxer.com/knowledgebase/articles/598656-calendar-month-view-ios
Thanks to everyone who voted!
Was trying zAnti on Android, when I found out that images can be seen when boxer downloads the content of an email on my iPhone 6s!
Care to explain?1 vote
Boxer supports CSP (content security policy). You can change the security level in Settings > Mail > More > Privacy/Security.
translate the app into Portuguese of Brazil !!1 vote
You can translate Boxer here
It will be sometimes difficult to know the sources of my inbox. Eg yahoo or Gmail or my second Gmail account.
Is it possible to add custom specified color bar or icon next the message header in the inbox like app eg cloud magic ??24 votes
This feature has been created! As of the 6.0 update today, you can now select account colors for each account to help differentiate them in the unified inbox.
a notes section to meeting notes on the calendar3 votes
This doesn't seem to be possible in boxer, but the native iOS app achieves it.
As it's not always possible to remember a keyword from an email subject, or a sender, searching the contents would be helpful to track down a particular email.2 votes
Thanks for your note! Boxer does search the message body currently, so please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are having issues with this so we can help to troubleshoot. Thank you!
I would love it if you could implement HTML signatures or at least a way to edit my signatures with bold and fonttype/size. The current plain text signature is not really appealing and out of this time.7 votes
I can only enter numbers to set passcode for Boxer, so it would be nice to only have the option to enter numbers in the login screen (see attached screenshot).3 votes
A simple passcode option is available, however if you have an Exchange account that requires a complex passcode, unfortunately we are not able to offer a simple passcode option for those accounts.
I love the app but guys you need to add a lot more quotes as it gets really boring when you hit day 150 and have seen the same quote for like 30 times.1 vote
Can we put a custom signature? Like a picture and address for our business under our names like I can in outlook and Gmail? Thanks!9 votes
This is included with the HTML email signatures.
App should definitely have an option to notify that mail is being sent. (Just like Apple Mail does--I mean, Boxer is so much better, how come it doesn't have this simple feature?)31 votes
I believe an important, crucial feature would be this: when you get notified of a new email via push notification, and you swipe to read it, the app should open up THAT PARTICULAR EMAIL in its entirety, not just open up to either the Dashboard, the Inbox, or To-do list. Many, if not all, email clients I've tried as well as the iPhone's built in email app have this simple yet useful, time saving feature.1 vote
Send from iCloud alias8 votes
You can add an alias to your iCloud email account by navigating to the settings, select your iCloud account, and tap on “Aliases”. As long as this alias was already created on the iCloud server, you will be able to send from and receive emails to it. Thanks!
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