The Bottom Line
SpeedMail is no longer available.
- SpeedMail is fast, small and simple
- Easy to use, SpeedMail lets you send speedy mail
- SpeedMail is apt only for certain usage scenarios
- SMTP authentication is not supported by SpeedMail
- SpeedMail lets you send short messages via SMTP quickly.
- With its small size, SpeedMail is resource friendly and fast.
- SpeedMail includes a simple address book and lets you switch between two accounts.
- Supports file attachments, too.
- SpeedMail supports Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/3/XP.
Guide Review - SpeedMail 1.2 - Email Program
SpeedMail is small and simple, but a nifty "address book" isn't missing, and you can even switch between two From: addresses for outgoing emails. Of course SpeedMail also supports attachments.
SpeedMail's size and simplicity come at the price of limited functionality, however. The text editor provides no comfort, since SpeedMail doesn't support incoming mail you can't produce replies with it, and so on. SpeedMail's domain are short quick messages, here it excels.