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Top of the Best Free Email Clients

Суббота, 28 Марта 2020 г. 14:33 + в цитатник

6495306_emailmarketing2_1_ (700x466, 160Kb)If you’re like most people, you probably check your email at least once every day. And if you’re someone whose work involves communication with customers, clients, and coworkers, the chances are that you deal with emails all the time.

Even though we spend so much time writing, forwarding, and managing emails, we hardly ever pause for a moment and think about how we could improve our emailing experience. We use clunky web interfaces that are not meant for professional use, we accept outdated applications as if alternatives didn’t exist, and we settle for the default email apps on our mobile devices even though app stores are full of excellent third-party email apps.
Broadly speaking, an email client is a computer program used to access and manage a user’s email. But when we use the term email client in this article, we only mean those email clients that can be installed on a desktop computer or a mobile device — not web-based email clients that are hosted remotely and are accessible only from a web browser.
Desktop email clients have several major advantages over their web-based counterparts. They tend to be much better integrated with the operating system(s) they are designed for, and their superior responsiveness makes them much more suited for handling heavy email loads on a regular basis.
Many email clients make it possible to manage all your emails and contacts from multiple accounts easily in one unified Inbox, and some can even be extended with third-party extensions or integrated with other applications.
These days, there’s no shortage of powerful free email client software for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. Here is the list of the best email clients, each offering its own unique set of features and capabilities.
1. Mailbird
2. Thunderbird
3. Postbox
Learn about the advantages of each email clients from the full article — https://clean.email/best-free-email-client-2018

How to Block an Email on Yahoo Mail

Воскресенье, 26 Января 2020 г. 00:37 + в цитатник

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If you are a Yahoo user and your account often receives spam emails, newsletters, promotional emails, etc., you may be interested to know how to block any email address on Yahoo account.
1. Log in to your Yahoo Mail account.
2. Click on the settings gear icon on the right.
3. Select “More Settings” from the pop-up menu.
4. Choose “Security and Privacy” from the list of categories on the left.
5. Click the “+ Add” button.
6. Type the email address you would like to block and click the “Save” button.
If you are interested to know how to block an email address on the other email accounts, check out these instructions -  https://clean.email/how-to-block-an-email-address

Email unsubscriber

Пятница, 15 Февраля 2019 г. 23:07 + в цитатник

Check out this email unsubscriber to simplify your inbox management and simplify your digital life


Email Organization Mistakes That You Should Avoid

Среда, 18 Июля 2018 г. 00:01 + в цитатник
1. Start Reading Your Emails Regularly
We know that the last thing you want to do before or after work is read work-related emails, but that’s how things have to be if you want to become an efficient email organizer. Depending on how many emails you receive every day, it may take just a couple of days or even hours for your inbox to start overflowing with new, unread emails. By reading your emails regularly, you ensure that the situation never gets too out of hand.
2. Start Checking Your Emails Throughout the Day
There’s no excuse for not owning a smartphone these days. Regardless of which email service you use, there’s a way how to make it work on all major mobile operating systems. Having your email on the phone allows you to easily read new emails throughout the day, which can drastically reduce the length of your scheduled email-reading sessions, the importance of which we’ve described in the previous chapter.
3. Start Using an Email Client
Web-based email services are great because you can conveniently access them from anywhere, even when far away from your own personal computer. But even the best web-based user interface can’t rival the features and convenience of dedicated email clients such as Outlook or Mailbird. Email clients are faster, can display emails from multiple email services in a single window, support keyboard shortcuts, come with powerful spellchecking capabilities, and are available for all operating systems and devices.
4. Start Using Multiple Mailboxes
Why have just one mailbox for everything when you can have several and use a different one for each of the things you do. You can start, for example, with one mailbox for work-related emails and one mailbox for personal emails. Some people like to take things further and use a privacy-oriented email service such as ProtonMail for potentially sensitive personal communication and a free and convenient email service such as Gmail for web services and online shopping. Another advantage of this approach comes in the form of better security. Having some degree of separation between various activities minimizes the impact of an email breach and gives malicious hackers less information to work with.
5. Start Using an Email Organization App
A powerful email organization app is the best way how to organize mailboxes. CleanEmail features a super-simple three step process that helps you get rid of your email clutter in no time.
Let’s say you want to use CleanEmail to organize Gmail inbox. You simply sign in with your Gmail account and authorize CleanEmail to access your emails. Don’t worry: CleanEmail won’t steal your personal information because it can’t; the only thing CleanEmail has access to are email headers, which contain subject line, sender and recipient information, dates, email size, and similar metadata.
Full article about email organization


5 Best Free Email Service Providers

Пятница, 06 Июля 2018 г. 00:05 + в цитатник
You aren’t still using your old AOL email address, are you? Regardless of what your current email situation is, it’s always a good time to switch to a better email service provider. In this article, we introduce and compare 5 popular free email service providers to help you decide what is the best email service currently available.
Mailbox size: 15 GB
Maximum attachment size: 25 MB
With over 1.2 billion users around the world, Gmail is by far the most popular email service in the world. It started in 2004, and quickly developed a dedicated following of avid users, most of whom appreciate its simplicity, strong spam and malware protection, and seamless integration with other Google services, including Google Drive, Google Docs, and Google Calendar.
A Gmail account is a must-have for all Android users who wish to download apps from Google Play Store, a digital distribution service operated and developed by Google that serves as the official app store for the Android operating system. One negative consequence of the global demand for Gmail accounts fueled by Android’s growing adoption is the fact that all the best email accounts are already taken. If your last name is Smith, good luck trying to register a nice-looking email address with Gmail.
Mailbox size: 15 GB
Maximum attachment size: 10 MB
Founded in 1996 as Hotmail, Outlook.com is Microsoft’s web-based suite of webmail, contacts, tasks, and calendaring services and arguably Gmail’s biggest competition in the West. Today, Outlook.com has over 400 million users, some of which use it to get the most out of Xbox, Windows, Skype, and other Microsoft Products.
Unlike Gmail and several other best free email services, Outlook.com doesn’t scan the content of users’ emails for advertising purposes. “For example, if you're emailing back-and-forth with a family member about a trip to go hiking, Gmail will simultaneously surface text ads for things like Rocky Mountain vacations, hiking boots, and protein bars,” explains Jason Hiner for TechRepublic. The fact that Outlook.com doesn’t do this alone is a good enough reason to give it a try and see what it has to offer.
Mailbox size: 500 MB
Maximum attachment size: 25 MB
We live in the day and age of government and corporate surveillance and big data analytics. Everything you type, like, or search for, is collected, analyzed, and sold to the highest bidder by corporations who care about their shareholders first and ethics second. If you’re tired of being part of the system and allowing technocrats to exploit your personal information to make a profit, we recommend you sign up for a free ProtonMail account.
Launched in 2014 at the CERN research facility by Andy Yen, Jason Stockman and Wei Sun, ProtonMail is a privacy- and security- conscientious email service that uses client-side encryption to protect email contents and user data before they are sent. ProtonMail is based and incorporated in Switzerland, a country with strong privacy laws, and its code is open source and publicly available. Unlike many other encrypted email services, ProtonMail is surprisingly easy to use and optimized for productivity. Even if you don’t speak the language of technology, you’ll be able to use ProtonMail and reclaim your personal information.
iCloud Mail
Mailbox size: 5 GB
Maximum attachment size: 20 MB
If you’re heavily invested in Apple’s vast ecosystem and/or own Apple devices, you should consider signing up for iCloud Mail, a free email service from Apple. To use it, you must set up an @icloud.com email address, which you can do either on an iOS device or Mac computer by going to iCloud and selecting the Mail option.
The best thing about iCloud Mail is how seamlessly it’s integrated with both macOS and iOS. Just like with virtually all Apple products and services, everything just works. Does it rival some of the other best email services described in this article in terms of features? No, but the target audience of iCloud Mail most likely won’t care.
GMX Mail
Mailbox size: unlimited
Maximum attachment size: 50 MB
GMX (Global Mail eXchange) is a free email service provided by GMX in four languages: German (the primary language of the service), English, Spanish, and French. GMX stands above all other email services on this list with its surprisingly large maximum attachment limit of 50 MB. “We give you the opportunity to send large files: up to 50 MB! It is much more than other email providers can offer you. With 50 MB attachments you have the possibility to email large files like documents, lots of photos, and videos!” writes GMX on its website.
Besides the ability to send large attachments, GMX also offers unlimited storage space, allowing you to keep your emails in one place without worrying about running out of space. Still, we recommend you keep your mailbox organized with CleanEmail, the best inbox cleanup solution on the market.

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