Top 6 email applications that support free POP3 and IMAP protocols
1. Gmail (short for Google Mail) – POP & IMAP for free
Gmail is Google’s email & chat application, which provides a large amount of online storage to help you save all emails and documents. Gmail’s simple but smart interface allows you to accurately search saved documents. Powerful POP and IMAP protocols help you use Gmail on any email program or device.
Check for viruses and malicious code well
Fast loading speed
15GB of free online storage
Use labels instead of folders
There is no undelete option.
No increase in free storage since 2013
2. Zoho Workplace – free POP & IMAP
Zoho Workplace (formerly known as Zoho Mail) is a stable email service, has a large storage space, supports access via POP3 and IMAP protocols, some integrates with online office software and instant messaging. .
Targeted at business users, Zoho Mail is a useful tool for organizing, organizing emails, identifying emails and important contacts, and sending auto-reply messages when you’re offline. In addition, Zoho Workplace still provides a free personal account service.
View attachments without downloading to the device
Chat with other Workplace users
Contains no ads
Only web interface
Free plan limited to 5 users
Free account limited to 50 emails / day / user (meaning one person can only send up to 50 emails / day)
3. Outlook Mail – POP & IMAP for free
Outlook Mail is not only a powerful Email application and many features on the web interface but Microsoft’s free email service also allows access to email on multiple devices via IMAP & POP.
Integrate with contacts on social networks
1TB inbox storage
Block almost all spam (spam)
Support attachments up to 50MB
Limited to 100 messages / day
Does not support language translation
Add some steps when attaching files to emails
4. Yahoo Mail – POP & IMAP for free
Yahoo Mail provides a large online storage space, supports flexible IMAP access, strong spam filter, is very useful when accessing via POP protocol, works on both web interface and mobile applications. .
1TB online storage
Attach or share files saved on all cloud services
Block emails from specified senders
Too many ads appear in the inbox
5. AOL Mail – POP & IMAP for free
AOL Mail is AOL’s free web-based email service, featuring unlimited storage space, powerful spam protection and an easy-to-use interface. Unfortunately, AOL Mail lacks some email management features (no labels, folders, and email threading), but in return supports access via IMAP and POP.
Unlimited inbox storage
Fast upload speed with attachments up to 25MB
Auto response feature (auto reply)
See the conversation
Cannot create alias account
Cannot save draft (draft) automatically
Unable to import social contacts
6. iCloud Mail – IMAP is free
iCloud Mail is Apple’s free email service that has a large storage capacity, supports IMAP access and a feature-rich web application.
The interface on icloud.com does not support labels or provide other advanced tools to organize and manage email, but does not support access to other email accounts, nor does it support POP access to iCloud Mail.
Access iCloud Mail on Mac, iOS devices, Windows computers, and Android devices
Contains no ads
Include free email addresses
Does not support access to other email accounts
The account setup process is time-consuming
Storage space for the inbox is only 5 GB
To better understand the IMAP and POP3 protocols, you can read the articles about distinguishing IMAP and POP3, see the similarities and differences, and the specific applications in each job.