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  • 3.0 stars

    "Not Ready for Prime Time"

    March 22, 2012  |   By pworlton


    MultiMi has some nice features and a very nice GUI. I like where the application seems to be going.


    Difficult to set up. Doesn't sync properly to some services. Frequently displays connection errors. All items (mail, etc.) come through as "unread", even if you read them three years ago - with no way to "mark all as read". If you have a large inbox, you may not want to click on 7,000 old items just to mark everything as read. Also can't set refresh times (at least with free version).


    MultiMi seems like an application with great potential, but it just isn't ready for general release. Do yourself a favor for now, and download Trillian instead.

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