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THE REASON FOR THIS SITE

To be totally clear there is no commercial connection or otherwise between eM Client and Compucall and or its associated companies. I sold the holding Company and retained outright control of the Domains so as an enthusiastic user of eMC I like to help if I can, although I no longer have any input into the running of this site, I am happy to provide this facility free of charge with easy product direct download links, themes design, fair and unbiased comment.

This site will assist users of eM Client E-Mail to create or modify Themes Plus a small selection of other stuff that is hidden in full view if you look Since 2003 neither Compucall Solutions or Maxadmin DevOps have maintained public sites to promote or advertise their business activities though both do have private sites for the exclusive use of client companies and subsidiary companies.

 

WHY YOU MIGHT WANT eM CLIENT IN THE ERA OF WEBMAIL

Why do I need to use a local email client?
This is a reasonable question that I suspect some people might ask themselves.....
"Who uses a local email client in 2023, doesn't everybody use webmail these days?"

To be honest, yes, a lot of us do, including the Compucall support desk who use it as a diagnostic tool.
However if you are using a free web mail service - such as AOL, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, Yahoo or one of several others - you are always running the risk of it getting deleted. Free users don't have any comeback, and there are lots of sad stories out there of people losing their accounts.
Losing your email account can be quite a serious problem, and it can mean losing access to lots of other services which authenticate you by means of your email address.

Even if you don't use it to read and write your emails, keeping a local email client on your computer - or computers - means that you can keep a full local backup of whatever is in your webmail account, so even if it gets deleted, you don't lose all your mail. Many Email Clients run on multiple platforms, you name it. These days, eM Client integrates pretty well with most webmail services - once set up it will automatically connect to your account without you needing to enter server details, and it won't just pick up your email, it will also pick up your calendar, and your address book.

So, as paradoxical as it might sound, it may be worth running a local copy of eM Client even if you don't actually use it very often. It will just sit there in the background quietly keeping a local copy of all your messages that are somewhere out there in the cloud.

 

Here are direct links to download installation files for eM Client
together with some other useful related information

This link is a Video introduction to eM Client E-Mail

It is worth a visit to Youtube for instructional eM Client Videos

This link always downloads the latest Windows version of eM Client E-Mail

eM Client v8 FINAL for Windows is still available!

View the release history of eM Client including“BETA-10” (Windows & MAC)

eM Client Mobile for iOS & Android is officially here

Step by step instructions to modify & enhance the default Backup routine

This is a direct link to the official ver9 documentation hub for eM Client

Follow this link to explore useful 'How To' information about eM Client

This is to a display Gallery of eMC user created Themes for download

There have been numerous messages asking about Compucall
 

Below are the colors and associated codes that have been used in the
'Compucall Solutions Dark Theme'

This is all based on our personal preferences, feel free to change whatever you like
This color chart may help you in locating & changing particular elements in the XML code
The order of the displayed colors does not relate to the order of use in the theme
Left to right the top row are base HEX/RGB codes those following are alpha numeric
You should remember that the actual COLOR & HUE displayed will vary dependant upon:
- The capability of your computer display and graphics card
- The appearance of this chart will vary by browser (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, IE, Safari, etc)
- We have based this on Edge Chromium Version 125.0.2535.79 (Official build) (64-bit)
- The chart is on a WHITE background and that will not always be the case within eM Client
- To create our Theme we edited the XML file using UEStudio, any text editor can be used
- There is now a Theme Editor built into eM Client which wasn't available at the time
- PLEASE NOTE that any changes you make to eM Client are at your own risk
- We do not accept any responsibility if things go wrong, because.....
- They can easily do so if you are simply experimenting, that is why you should.....
- ALWAYS create a backup before you start!
- To create a Backup in eMC: Menu-> Backup
UPDATED: Saturday 01 June 2024

Compucall.etheme Colors - "Automatic"Operation
Selected Colors: Change:   1. Select: "Bkgnd Color Change "
  2. Click on any color hex value in chart below
  3. Select: "Text Color Change "
  4. Click on any color hex value in chart below
  5. Click "VIEW" in Sample below
  6. Press "F5" to refresh display
Bkgnd: 
Text: 
Bkgnd

Text
sample: (Sample must be closed before viewing another.)
16 Million Colors - Manual Operation
Leave "Change: Bkgnd" selected (above) during manual overwrites.
COLOR CHECKER - 16Million Colors
Overwrite any valid hex value into Bkgnd: and/or Text: window.
Window Contents must be in typical format, e.g., #46AC15
Click anywhere on page Background to display Bkgnd color.
Click "VIEW" to view sample.

RGB / HEX CONVERSION CALCULATOR - 16 Million Colors
TYPE R G B Change the value in any of the 6 windows on left,
then click anywhere outside the changed window.
RGB: 0-255      HEX: 00-FF
The corresponding RGB (upper) or HEX (lower) value will change to equivalent, and page Backgroud will change to match.
RGB:
HEX:
Background color will change
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Click on any Hex value in the chart below to display that color full screen then F5 to clear

HEX: #000000

RGB: 0.0.0

HEX: #FFFFFF

RGB: 255.255.255

HEX: #FF0000

RGB: 255.0.0

HEX: #00FF00

RGB: 0.255.0

HEX: #0000FF

RGB: 0.0.255

HEX: #0076F7

RGB: 0.118.247

HEX: #3333FF

RGB: 51.51.255

HEX: #5C80AE

RGB: 92.128.174

HEX: #6666FF

RGB: 102.102.255

HEX: #6D6D6D

RGB: 109.109.109

HEX: #808080

RGB: 128.128.128

HEX: #84ACDD

RGB: 132.172.221

HEX: #86C0FF

RGB: 134.192.255

HEX: #8F56BF

RGB: 143.86.191

HEX: #979797

RGB: 151.151.151

HEX: #A0A0A0

RGB: 160.160.160

HEX: #A57AC7

RGB: 165.122.199

HEX: #BC9CD5

RGB: 188.156.213

HEX: #D2AAEF

RGB: 210.170.239

HEX: #D3D3D3

RGB: 211.211.211

HEX: #DCBFF0

RGB: 220.191.240

HEX: #DCDCDC

RGB: 220.220.220

HEX: #E8D5F6

RGB: 232.213.246

HEX: #EAF4FF

RGB: 234.244.255

HEX: #EBEBEB

RGB: 235.235.235

  HEX: #FFFF00

RGB: 255.255.0

 

JUST A BIT OF FUN

People often have a problem understanding the values that are associated with 'bytes' etc - enter a number in any of the boxes in this form and then click the button below the box to calculate all of the relative values.  I hope this helped you.

Byte Kilobyte Megabyte Gigabyte

  

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