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  • Name: The Bat! 9.2.5
  • File Size: See below
  • Date: 16 Oct 2020
  • License: Shareware
  • Price: $35.00 for Home edition, $45.00 for Pro edition.
  • Eval: 30 Days
  • Operating System: Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
  • Hardware Requirements: 1024x768 screen resolution
  • Other Requirements: There are no minimum requirements for memory size or CPU speed.
  • Language Support: English, Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian

The Bat! is a secure email client software, built to protect your correspondence against third-parties. The Bat! protects your information through multiple encryption streams with the options to encrypt your emails on disk and during communication through an SSL/TLS connection. Free of global email providers that keep your messages in the cloud, and free of Web clients, The Bat! ensures your data stays private. The Bat! Windows mail client is able to process and store an unlimited number of messages and has no restriction on the number of email accounts you can use. Runs on any Windows PC and Windows 8 tablets The Bat! is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP and later versions of Windows operating system. There are no minimum requirements for memory size or CPU speed. It runs on any Windows PC platform with at least 1024x768 screen resolution and Windows 8 tablets.

  • Note:
    • Create a backup copy of all data before installing the new version!
  • Changes in this release:
    • New features:
      • Taskbar icon badge for unread messages
    • Improvements:
      • Default protocol for new accounts uses IMAP4
      • New look-and-feel of link tooltips to fix problems with their display
    • Fixes:
      • "Message\Open reply" was broken
      • Fix message length calculation for some DPIs/scales to fix SmartSpace reading problems
      • Some HTML messages could be displayed broken
      • Separate message list viewer was closing when an an empty folder was selected
      • URL in first line of clear-text PGP encrypted messages might be hidden after decryption (use of clear-text PGP is discouraged, but here we go)
      • GnuPG signing passphrase was not cached

More info-RIT Research Labs

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