Email, it’s not so bad.

by Andrea Loubier in Behind Mailbird at July 15th, 2014

Despite the heightened induced stress upon sitting down at your desk to check email, there are solutions. A lot of these productivity fixes occur with habit changes in how you manage email, but why not have an email client...

Best Kept Email Secrets

by Andrea Loubier in Behind Mailbird at July 7th, 2014

Overwhelmed Are you someone who when you feel tired or overwhelmed with your work, you start checking emails instead? Why do we do this? It is the same reason why we start with small simple tasks rather than the tougher,...

Have a POP3 email account?

by Andrea Loubier in Uncategorized at May 23rd, 2014

Why POP3? IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) support was launched in October 2013. Since then we received an overwhelming response for POP3 (Post Office Protocol) support too. This was much to our surprise considering...

Speed Read to Inbox Zero

by Andrea Loubier in New Updates at April 21st, 2014

Hope you had a beautiful Easter this year with new beginnings, including a whole new way to manage your time with email. Starting today, you are going to increase your email productivity by at least 3x. Well how exactly...

Are you fast enough for Mailbird?

by Andrea Loubier in New Updates at April 3rd, 2014

Did you know that more people are reaching full email control with Mailbird? At least 85% of people who switched to Mailbird are actually reaching Inbox Zero more often. We present you with the Mailbird Inbox Zero...

Let’s be friends.

by Andrea Loubier in New Updates at March 27th, 2014

We love staying connected and building community around Mailbird, and because of this we decided that it would be perfect to share the love of Mailbird. You can now get the most elusive email productivity management tool...

Proxy Support is Here

by Andrea Loubier in New Updates at March 10th, 2014

Were you one of those who were excited to give Mailbird a try, so you decided to install it at your office or at your college campus? Only to end up frustrated to no avail because you just couldn't get the damn thing...