Thank you for downloading Hiri!
You can use Hiri to connect to Exchange, Office365, or a Microsoft email account (Outlook.com, Live, Hotmail). Other email providers, such as Gmail, Yahoo, etc are currently not supported.
Download the setup executable from the link above and run it. Simply follow the wizard to install the application.
- On older versions of Windows (7, 8), if Hiri doesn't start, you might need to download and install Update for Universal C Runtime.
- All versions of Windows from Windows 7 onwards are supported by Hiri.
Installing snap package
If your system supports snap, the easiest way to install Hiri is:
sudo snap install hiri
Start Hiri by typing
hiri on the terminal or
using the desktop launcher.
Installing from tarball
Download the tarball and extract it somewhere in your system. Open a terminal and navigate to the folder where you unpacked Hiri. Start Hiri with:
To start Hiri more easily, you can also create a desktop entry from Hiri by going to: Settings → General → Create desktop entry. From then on, Hiri will appear in your launcher.
You'll first need to enable launching apps downloaded from the Web. Go to Privacy & Security → Allow applications downloaded from, select Anywhere.
Download the DMG package from this page. Open the package and drag Hiri into the Applications folder. Once it is installed, you can launch it from Spotlight.
Note: if the application doesn't start the first time you click on it, you might have to right click on it in Applications and select Open.
Supported mail servers
Hiri works with Exchange servers (on-premise, Office365, Outlook.com, Live, Hotmail). All versions from Exchange 2010 SP1 and onwards are supported. Hiri doesn't work with other email providers such as Gmail, Yahoo, etc.
The complete list of changes for the latest version can be found here.
You can trial a full version of Hiri for 7 days. After the trial period is up, you'll have to purchase Hiri to continue using it. See pricing page for more info on purchasing.
The full license text can be found here.