With millions of users using the free version of incredimail
there is plenty of people to test this email software to the
limit. Every few months different versions are released. Depending
on which version you are on here are the most common problems
associated when using Incredimail.
||For my trouble I have been inundated with sales pitches and adds
from the company, I am extremely unimpressed with the application
permanently running in the system tray.....also a note, when changing
identities the application reopens to the last opened identity
||It fills the registry with lots of crap.
I'm pretty sure the ad technology is pretty efficient but the email part is absolutely dire.
||It really messes with the registries and a thorough cleaning means having to reinstall the program. Initially a neat program but not worth it. Why do you think there aren't a lot of copycats?
||I tried to uninstall it and delete the keys from my registry but when I installed the older version it wouldn't load so I was forced to redownload the new one and I made the mistake of paying for premeum cause I got fooled by the life time serial # and all u get for 30 bucks is no adds
||What I have been having problems with in Incredimail is that during exit it comes up with an exception error in msvcrt.dll. The error doesn't affect anything other than being a nusance.
||Before installing, the newer version must be uninstalled; this included the Incredimail folder in the Windows program directory - you may find you also have to edit the registry entries or the installation may fail.
||It's bulky, heavy, when users send me mail their emails won't open up in my email program forcing me to install incredimail on my computer. It's invasive, has way too many graphics and it's extremely difficult for novices to use. Horrible idea to not integrate with most used mail programs like outlook express.
|Build 1825 Beta
||However when I install MS Anti Spyware Beta on her machine, it picked
up Spyware that Incredimail had installed. Up till then we could
not figure out where the popups were coming from.