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License:
Freeware (Free)
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2.72 MB
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2929
Platform:
Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
Publisher:
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Publisher's Descriptions
Element Mail is a full featured E-Mail client designed for use in the home, office and corporate environments. Its an E-Mail client designed to cut costs and work effieciently with your home and work emails. If you ever get tired of waiting for your old, slow email client to start itself out, or get sick of the 100+ spam emails a day, make the switch to Element Mail.

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