The Bat! v7: Keep Your Address Book Connected with Your Smartphone
Today, Ritlabs, SRL releases version 7.0 of The Bat! email client. This version introduces the new mail protocol to connect with Exchange Servers directly and a new feature which keeps the address book contacts constantly updated.
More than just Email: The New Protocol to Work with Exchange Servers
The EWS protocol allows connecting to MS Exchange Server 2007 and later versions directly, with no need for extra applications as is the case with MAPI. With the EWS protocol support, users can download email and other Exchange items such as calendar events, contacts, tasks and notes, and store them in local folders, thereby making it possible to access them offline.
Keeping Contacts Updated
Users who deal with numerous contacts, across multiple devices, will appreciate the new address book synchronization feature in The Bat! v7. The CardDAV technology allows syncing The Bat!’s address book contacts with Google and iCloud contacts, as well as with other servers which support this protocol. All the changes that a user makes in his address book in The Bat!, are updated on the server, and vice versa.
Creating Accounts in One Step
In The Bat! v7 the developers improved upon the process of creating new accounts. The new wizard offers the auto-configuration option that allows The Bat! to quickly find the needed settings for all popular mail services. Users can now create a new account in just one step: They need to input their name, email address and password and click “Finish”.
The Bat! v7 offers further improvements for stability as well. Check out the entire list of changes in The Bat! v7.
Attention! Before installing The Bat! v7.0, please check whether your current registration is compatible with the new version without any additional charges. The licenses for The Bat! purchased after May 9, 2015 are valid for The Bat! v7. Users who have licenses for The Bat! purchased before May 9, 2015 can purchase an upgrade to The Bat! v7.