Polymail is a great email client for Mac and iOS. It has unique features like tracking, scheduling, snoozing, send cancellation and one-click unsubscribe. Check it out.
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Longing for a native and friendlier way to access your Gmail and Google Inbox on Linux? Meet Wmail, an open-source desktop email client.
If you’re on Windows 10 and are not satisfied with the new Mail app, Mailbird is a great alternative to Microsoft Outlook and worth checking out.
Using Windows 8 Mail as your default? Want to use it with POP? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to set up the Mail app and trick it to use POP Mail.
The Mail app in Windows 8.1 allows you to add multiple email accounts and pin them as a live tile so you can receive live updates. Here’s how you can do so.
So, you need an email client for Linux. There are a many – maybe too many, honestly. It’s because of this that we’ve made it easier for you to decide.
Had enough with the default Outlook email client in Windows 8? Here are some native email clients that are available in the Windows store for free. Let’s check them out.
While most email services allow you to access from web interface, you might prefer to access it on desktop. Here are some of the best email clients for Mac.
Most email clients render your emails in HTML mode by default, but there are times when you just want to read the emails in plain text. Here are the ways to read emails in plain text in different email clients.
If you are using a desktop mail client to manage emails for all your email addresses, you will have come across the option to use either POP3 or IMAP. What exactly are they? And how can they affect the whole emailing experience? Read on to find out more.
While certain emails are important, sometime it can be annoying if you have too much of it all coming at once. A simple trick that you can use to prevent yourself from emails overloading is to increase the mail checking interval so you have time to clear one batch of mails, have a rest, before clearing another batch.
We mentioned how you can use FengOffice to create your own Google Drive. In this article, we will show you how to extend FengOffice to include email handling and doing some simple spreadsheet work.
Having multiple email accounts and checking them separately can be time consuming, yet it’s something we all must do to stay connected. Simple Mail is a Firefox add-on that allows you to set up multiple email accounts within the browser.
There are plenty of email desktop clients for Linux. Some are being integrated into the distro (such as Thunderbird, Evolution, Kmail) and used as the default email client while others require you to install manually. Geary belongs to the latter. Geary is a simple and lightweight email client that supports email threading (some call it […]
In term of email client, Microsoft Outlook is the most popular one around. It is widely used in both home and office because of its deep integration with Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft Windows and of course, Microsoft Exchange. However, being popular doesn’t mean it is the best. There are several alternative email clients that have […]
Email has become such an essential part of the way that we work in the digital age. It seems like the bulk of the communication that we deal with during any given work day come at us through our email accounts. Of course, you may not always want to open your web browser just to […]
Dear Sirs, I would be grateful if when you have the time you could put together a step-by-step tutorial for us Non-Brainers on how to amend/add to the Registry Editor in Windows 7 to make AOL Webmail the default mail client. Thank you in advance for your invaluable assistance. Keep up the good works and […]
Since people started moving all of their information to the clouds by the Terabyte, many of the web based applications have really stepped up their game. It seems to me like I am always hearing about what Google is doing. While there is no denying I am a big user of Google’s offering, including Gmail, […]