LogicMail for BlackBerry: Free Pop and Imap EMail client for BlackBerry devices

LogicMail is a free (beer) and opensource (freedom) POP and IMAP EMail client for BlackBerry devices. It’s project description reads as followed:

LogicMail is a J2ME E-Mail client supporting IMAP and POP, and designed to run on RIM BlackBerry handheld devices. Its goal is to provide an alternative to the service-oriented “push” E-Mail system that the device normally provides, so we can also use our conventional E-Mail services. The inspiration for this project came from the now defunct Mail4ME project, as well as some of the initial protocol code.

With this nice application it is possible to get nearly any EMail account connected to your BlackBerry in a very easy way!

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20 Responses to “LogicMail for BlackBerry: Free Pop and Imap EMail client for BlackBerry devices”

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  2. [...] Today, 11:56 AM A free pop and imap email client has been reviewed on blackberryinsight some time ago. it seems to be good and works fine for me: BlackBerryInsight ? LogicMail for BlackBerry: Free Pop and Imap EMail client for BlackBerry devices Blog | HowTos | Deals & Free Downloads | Search | Ringtones [...]

  3. as says:

    how can i install this application. can i downloaded over the air.

  4. k says:

    The answer to your question can be found in the article; as well as installation instructions.

  5. [...] free email client for BlackBerry devices. Quite a while ago we already wrote about LogicMail (see LogicMail for BlackBerry: Free Pop and Imap EMail client for BlackBerry) and it is now available in a new [...]

  6. [...] you don’t have a BlackBerry email plan you can use the free LogicMail for BlackBerry application to get your POP3/SMTP emails to your [...]

  7. Christopher says:

    I followed the instructions here: h ttp://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=13287 and managed to get my Bold to receive emails. However, it retrieved older emails — Oct 3 to 10 — instead of the latest ones. Also, when I send my mail, it doesn’t send.

    Could you please help to right my wrongs?

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  9. DB says:

    Does this work on the BB Pearl 8100 ?

  10. ramesh says:

    Very nice application. Can be used without the BIS. Can save cost with this app.
    Thank you again.

  11. Jonathan Aplansius says:

    I have download and install in my BB9000 (Works fine, acutally) when it completely downloading the emails and suddenly its say “uncaught supported. No timer set up for popups allowed”

    What does it means? can anyone here sovle this matter?

  12. LJ says:

    I want to know if theres anyway to get it to fetch and push my e-mails and maybe show a badge with how many unread e-mails i have?

    Thank you,

  13. Jeanine says:

    I downloaded and finally got all the settings correct. It conected and loaded a list of emails. I downloaded on 12/29/09. The email list I got was from 03/12/09. Nine months old.

    What can I do to fix?

    This seems the perfect solution for what I want. My BB is on a BES server for work. I have the Gmail app for my business Gmail account and want to use your product for my personal gmail account.

    If I can get this functioning – I can get all my mail on my BB which would be incredible!

    Thanks – Jeanine

  14. mike says:

    can anyone give me the settings for yahoo pop account that i can use with logicmail… i.e not yahoo plus

    Also.. can i get notification for mails received?

  15. sdysart says:

    I installed Logicmail on my Blackberry Curve 8900 this morning and it does receive my IMAP and POP3 based email over wi-fi. But when I turn off the Wi-Fi i cannot read the emails. Does anyone know how to actually download the emails onto the phone? I’ll keep looking to see what I find. Thanks.

  16. Jony says:

    Hi,

    I have tried to set this up on my blackberry bold 9000 but was never
    successful. I always get the message “unable to connect to server”

    Please let me know if this is a bug or if it would be a wrong setup on my part:

    Here’s my setup:
    Account name: username@gmail.com
    Protocol: IMAP
    Server: imap.gmail.com
    SSL (checked)
    Port: 993
    Username: username
    Password: ********
    Outgoing server: sending server (SMTP)

    Account name: sending server
    Server: smtp.gmail.com
    SSL (checked)
    Port: 587
    Authentication: PLAIN
    Username: username@gmail.com
    Password: *******

  17. Guest says:

    Just use gmail client

  18. [...] LogicMail for BlackBerry: Free Pop and Imap EMail client for …Nov 30, 2007 … Today, 11:56 AM A free pop and imap email client has been reviewed on blackberryinsight some time ago. it seems to be good and works fine … [...]

  19. Harkmaster says:

    this shit don´t work 

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