All desktop operating systems come with a mail messenger installed. These emails are usually basic but you can easily find a free email messenger that provides more advanced features.
Not all email clients are free. Outlook for Windows 10 requires a subscription to Microsoft 365 so paying for an email messenger is not uncommon. If you don’t have a membership module, there are one-time purchase email messages that offer good email management tools.
One post is an email client that targets and reads, composes, and sends messages, and integrates multiple apps. Calendar and binders manager is basically built-in and enabled and users can connect online accounts to sync data from them but, they can also add and import data from apps like Microsoft Teams and Slack.
Mailbird is not big on automation. Of course, it is completely lacking in this area which means that there are no rules you can set for sorting messages. That said, it has its own special offer.
- When you connect an email account with Mailbird, you simply enter the email and it automatically detects server settings. This means you don’t have to bother with server, port or IMAP settings of any kind. All you have to do is enter your email address and password.
- If you’ve been using other email messengers on your desktop, Mailbird can import accounts directly from it. You will need to sign in to the accounts but everything else is handled by the client.
- You can connect apps like Telegram, Whatsapp, Messenger (with Facebook), Instagram, Google Chat, Skype, and more to send a message to everyone from one central app.
- Mailbird can import links from apps like Microsoft Teams and Slack. It can also import calls from any email account.
- Mailbird offers a unique find-with-attachment feature that allows users to find attachments based on a number of different criteria.
- Mailbird has a snooze feature.
- Mailbird has basic filters that can be set up to move incoming messages to specific folders.
- Email monitoring allows you to check whether an email has been read / opened.
- There is an ‘Remove’ feature.
- Mailbird supports many accounts.
Mailbird has some drawbacks but nothing would be enough to discourage users from purchasing it.
- Slightly without automation features and rules
- Mailbird takes a long, long time to synchronize messages with fixed desktop alerts for new messages arriving.
Mailbird is not free. Customers can try it for three days for free but must join or make a one-time payment. There is a personal plan that offers a one-time payment that is approximately $ 79.
Set up Mailbird
You can set up an email account in Mailbird in two different ways;
- Add an account
- Please enter an account
Add an account to Mailbird
To add an email account to Mailbird, follow these steps.
- Open Mailbird and enter your email address when prompted or, Go to Options> Account to add a second account.
- Mailbird scans and finds server options for the account. Click Continue.
- Opens a tab in your browser. Sign in to your email and let Mailbird connect.
- The account will be added to Mailbird and will start syncing messages.
Enter an account in Mailbird
To log in to Mailbird, follow these steps.
- Open Mailbird and select Import from another email messenger option.
- Select the email messenger and email account you want to import.
- Opens a new tab in your browser. Sign in and let Mailbird connect.
- Mailbird synchronizes messages from the account.
Mailbird is for users who need to connect to multiple email and messaging services. It provides an excellent interface and is easy to switch between messaging service and email inbox. It also has an integrated inbox where you can read all new messages from all connected email accounts.
If Outlook and Thunderbird are too complicated for you, it’s worth checking out Mailbird.
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