MAPI for Gmail serves as a Gmail client, which lets users send over documents as attachments. It is compatible with a wide array of applications and allows users to transfer and send any document format as well instantaneously. It works with word docs, PDFs, photos and images, RAR, powerpoints, and many other file formats. It is, in this way, very diverse and versatile in its compatibility and capability. I recommend all students and those working on any Windows device to check this program out. It is unique in its ability to perform functions, with features such as allowing users to make not only Gmail their standard program but also provides deployment and transfer or MSI file formats with ease. It has no limit to the number of messages a user can send over, which stands out as a gold feature of this easy to use program. It also updates things automatically and allows users to set up any sort of file attachment or user support. I think this program is excellent not only for individuals working or in school but for any individual because not only of its functionality but also because of the vast array of file formats you can attach to emails. For example, this could be used as the standard method for sending presentations or other files such as images. It is very convenient in this way and allows users to work with any file formats in this respect. It allows users to work with Gmail when Mapi is installed so that you can make Gmail your default client. I know that many and most users do utilize Gmail in some form, and so this program is highly underlooked in terms of its usability and functions. It is also effortless and easy to use with a simple interface to match.
A Gmail default client which allows users to send unlimited attachments among other features