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Best Alternative to Newton Mail for Windows and Mac in 2020

Posted by Christin on January 8, 2020

Newton Mail is a formidable piece of software. It’s long been considered one of the benchmark standards for email server platforms, packed as it is with a wide range of cool features and sporting an interface that’s simple to navigate and easy to hit the ground running with. Unfortunately, it’s not much longer for this world. Newton has been discontinued on September 18, 2018, meaning that anyone who was using the app or eyeing it for purchase will need to seek out an alternative. But you don’t have to worry about being left out in the cold if you’re looking for an alternative to Newton Mail Mac or Windows. There are a number of sophisticated pieces of software that replicate the main features of Newton Mail while also carving out their own identity in the market. Here are a few of the best. Alternative to Newton Mail for Windows 1. Mailbird Perhaps the best alternative to Newton Mail Windows is Mailbird. Ranked the Best Email Client by Windows Report for 2017, this platform finds the perfect balance between intuitive design and customization. This is the type of software that’s ready to give back as much as you’re willing to put in. In addition to its sleek mouse-and-touch enabled interface, Mailbird comes standard with both its own keyboard shortcuts and compatibility with traditional Gmail shortcuts. Particularly impressive is how expandable the interface is. A number of different features and integrations allow you to turn your email inbox into a hub for…

5 Best Alternatives to Postbox in 2020

Posted by Christin on January 5, 2020

Postbox is a powerful, feature-rich email client that, despite its ‘short’ time on the market, has gained much popularity. The simple, clean user interface streamlines the management of your email accounts and inbox.  The email client also connects to third-party apps, including Evernote, Slack, Todoist, Salesforce, Mailchimp, and more. ‘Why are people searching for alternatives to Postbox then’ you may think. Unfortunately, these features come at a price of $40 per license per version (Postbox 5, Postbox 6 i.e.), though there are discounts for multiple use. It can be hard to justify the cost of Postbox especially with many free alternative email clients available for any OS on the market. Perhaps you decided to try the free trial but found that the features and experience didn’t justify the cost. Or it’s possible you’re a current Postbox user but have realized you don’t utilize all the features.  Maybe you need more licenses and don’t want to shell out the additional cash. Whatever reason you may have for switching to another email client, we’ve compiled a few recommendations for alternatives to Postbox that you can try below! Top Alternatives to Postbox Mailbird Postbox and Mailbird share many similarities. Mailbird also has a clean interface designed to streamline the user experience and make managing your inbox easier. You can connect a large library of third party apps to Mailbird, from messaging apps like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp to task management platforms like Todoist, Evernote, Asana to Google Calendar and more. Also, its Unified Inbox…

Windows Alternatives To The Best Mac Email Client in 2020

Posted by Christin on January 4, 2020

The power of email is undeniable. Whether we are sending the latest viral Youtube video to our friends, setting up an interview for our future job, or communicating with potential clients. Last year, the Radicati group estimated an over 4.3 billion increase in email accounts worldwide. Pew Research told us that over 92% of adults use email regularly. It’s vital to our lives even in this technologically modern world that offers so many alternatives to email. Reality is, email is far from dead (it’s true – there’s even a site called emailisnotdead.com!). If you are anything like the rest of the world’s email users, you have probably found an amazing email client that can handle anything you throw at it. And once you found your perfect email partner in crime making the move to a new email client can be very difficult and is avoided by many users. Sometimes you may be forced to look for a new client due to different circumstances. It may be that your current client is not being updated by its developers anymore, or it is not compatible with the OS of your new Notebook or Computer.  Moving from Mac to Windows Many Mac users are facing with this exact situation. They have to (for whatever reason) switch from Mac to Windows or Linux. You may be able to install the Windows compatible version of your current email client on to your new OS. Some clients are Mac specific though and you will need to…

The Best Alternatives to Mozilla Thunderbird for Windows in 2020

Posted by Christin on January 3, 2020

Thunderbird—created by Mozilla, the organization behind Firefox—has been a popular email client with a loyal following over the years, despite threats of halting updates and further development of the application. While Mozilla no longer supports Thunderbird, it still remains a powerful app with a robust library of add-on features that allow for full customization of your email experience. While some may enjoy the added functionalities, others may find this difficult and complicated to set up. Also, Thunderbirds interface may not be as user-friendly as other email clients out there, including those that have just as many (if not more) advanced features. For these reasons, you may be considering alternatives to Mozilla Thunderbird. Whether you’re looking for an entirely new email client or switching from Thunderbird, we’ve compiled a review of five Windows options below to evaluate instead of Thunderbird. Since Thunderbird is a downloadable program for PCs and Apple OS, we won’t be including mobile apps in this review. The 5 Best Alternatives To The Mozilla Thunderbird Email Client:   Mailbird Mailbird is a relatively new email client that has quickly developed a reputation for being a powerful, feature-packed application that’s beautifully designed for a quick, easy user experience. Set up is simple and it only takes 5 minutes to learn how to navigate the app. You can also customize your layout and color theme to design an experience that’s ideal for you. The reason Mailbird has become the top alternative to Thunderbird is the many third-party app integrations. Users…

Why is Mailbird the best alternative to Windows Live Mail in 2020?

Posted by Jason Ephraim on January 3, 2020

Windows Live Mail is essentially dead. Microsoft finally pulled the plug on it and their Windows Essentials software. So what could you use instead? In this article, we will cover: Why People Are Leaving Windows Live Mail 2012 Mailbird – The Best Alternative to Windows Live Mail Why Not Switch to Microsoft Outlook? 5 Reasons Why So Many Windows Live Mail Users Switch To Mailbird Why People Are Leaving Windows Live Mail 2012 Microsoft released a statement that Windows Live Mail 2012 would no longer be able to manage Outlook.com email accounts. They said that being an older client, Live Mail couldn’t handle the synchronization protocol used by the Outlook incoming mail server. It’s one of the reasons the Windows Essentials Suite died out too – it was too outdated for current user needs. Trying to use Windows Essentials now would be like trying to access Youtube through a flip-phone. It’s just not practical. As a result, many of the 3.5 million Windows Live Mail users are now looking for a new tool to solve their problems. Mailbird – The Best Windows Live Mail Alternative Windows Live Mail users needn’t look far for a Windows Live Mail replacement as Mailbird is the ideal software for them to switch to. It works with your current version of Windows It’s compatible with all your email accounts It’s super easy to configure server settings and setup It’s free In this article, we’ll go into detail about why switching to Mailbird is a great…

7 Best Free Alternatives To Outlook in 2020

Posted by Christin on January 2, 2020

Looking for a great alternative to Microsoft Outlook? Microsoft Outlook has made its reputation as a comprehensive email client loaded with several features that make it a powerful application. However, unless you’re a tech geek who can invest a significant amount of time and patience into mastering the email app and all of its features, it’s not the best email client for you. Outlook has several limitations. That’s why we will share several alternatives to outlook in this article. In this article, we will cover: The Limitations of Outlook The Top Alternatives To Outlook Mailbird Gmail eM Client Thunderbird Windows Mail Zimbra Desktop Inky Limitations of Outlook Before we get into comparing Mailbird vs Outlook and the other alternatives, let’s look at why you need to shift from Outlook in the first place – 1) Cost Outlook is part of the Microsoft Office Suite package which is priced at $100+ per year. While you do get a lot of additional software and functionality for that price point, a lot of it isn’t really useful to regular users. It doesn’t really make sense for you to go in for features that you wouldn’t end up using right? Plus, if you want Microsoft Exchange – the pro version of Outlook, you’ll need to pay extra to access the Microsoft Exchange server. 2) Limited Integrations Integrations are a super-important criteria for choosing software. However, Outlook can’t integrate with most other non-Microsoft software which can pose several limitations. For example, you don’t have the…

Www.gmail.com. 4 free methods to access your Gmail faster in 2020

Posted by Christin on December 31, 2019

In 2020, Almost 3oo,ooo people search for www.gmail.com on google to get access to their Gmail account every day Given that a good “average” speed for typing on the computer is around 330 characters per minute (or CPM), that means that people spend a total of roughly 15 hours a day worldwide typing www.gmail.com into their browser to access their webmail. That’s a long time! And that’s not even including the redundant and often long page-loading time. Think about it, logging into Gmail to get to Google Drive involves navigating close to 4 pages like the Google search prompt page, the search results, and the Gmail login. Then once you’re finally logged into Gmail, you need to find Google Drive to perform your next set of tasks. To do this multiple times over the course of a work-day is quite exhausting – and there are far better alternatives! Regardless if you are new to Gmail, webmail in general, or if you are a newcomer to the web – we are going to show you 4 ways to drastically cut down (and even completely remove) the need for you to type www.gmail.com into your computer in order to access your Gmail account. All of these ways are safe, secure, and provide you direct access to manage your Gmail account the same as if you manually entered www.gmail.com and clicked the link. Here are the 4 best methods for accessing Gmail (without searching for it in Google) Method 1: Email Clients If you are going to…

Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts Desktop Background Images 2020

Posted by Jason Ephraim on December 27, 2019

To help you get the most out of Windows 10, we created these beautiful desktop background images to help you remember it’s wide array of keyboard shortcuts.   To set any of the images as your new desktop background image in Windows: First, click on any of the background images below to open it full-size in a new window. Then, right click (or long-press for touch devices) and click save as… to save it to your computer. Lastly, find the image on your computer, right click it, and select set as desktop background Here is a list of keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10 Press this key To do this Ctrl+C (or Ctrl+Insert) Copy the selected item Ctrl+X Cut the selected item Ctrl+V (or Shift+Insert) Paste the selected item Ctrl+Z Undo an action Alt+Tab Switch between open apps Alt+F4 Close the active item, or exit the active app Windows logo key +L Lock your PC or switch accounts Windows logo key +D Display and hide the desktop New keyboard shortcuts The following table contains new keyboard shortcuts that you can use in Windows. Press this key To do this Windows logo key +A Open Action center Windows logo key‌ +S Open search Windows logo key‌ +C Open Cortana in listening mode Note Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn’t available or is turned off, you can still use search. Windows logo key‌ +Tab Open Task view Windows logo key +Ctrl+D Add a virtual…

Why is Mailbird the best Alternative to Windows 10 Mail App in 2020

Posted by Pallav on December 21, 2019

Not completely satisfied with your Windows 10 Mail app experience? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. While the Windows 10 Mail app is a big improvement on Windows Live Mail, it does suffer from a few issues that hold it back from being truly great at mail for Windows. Luckily, Mailbird could be the perfect email app for Windows for you! So should you try out Mailbird? In this article, we’ll compare Mailbird and Windows Mail to help you decide. We’ll be comparing the two tools on these seven aspects – Unified Inbox User Interface Integrations with Apps Productivity Features Keyboard Shortcuts Customization Options Setup Let’s get started – 1. Unified Inbox with Color Codes There are two main benefits of using desktop mail for Windows – You can sync all your accounts into one place You won’t have to log on to a web browser to access your emails As a result, you won’t have to switch through multiple accounts on a web browser to see your mail – it’s all syncing up for you in one space on your desktop app! Luckily, both Windows Mail and Mailbird support a POP and IMAP incoming mail server and outgoing server so you won’t have any difficulty when you sync your accounts. Windows 10 Mail Limitation While the Windows 10 Mail app didn’t initially come with this feature, it now allows you to sync all your accounts into one common inbox. While this is one their best new features, it…

10 Thank You Email Samples to Wow Your Interviewers in 2020

Posted by Christin on December 20, 2019

For the first few minutes after an interview, you feel relieved and proud all at once. The hard part is over–the actual interview–but now comes the dreaded wait. Did you nail it, and get the job? Or did they hire someone else? Don’t let this anxiety over the response stop you from positioning yourself as a better candidate. An interview follow up message is key to that venture, so make sure a thank you email after the interview is on your to-do list! Here is a comprehensive list of interview thank you emails. Feel free to use them word-for-word, or just the general feel of the wording. Either way, they will provide a great idea of how to write a great follow up email! 10 Great Thank You Email Samples to Use After an Interview General Follow Up Email After Interview Dear Mrs. Carlisle, It was a pleasure meeting you today. Thank you so much for taking the time to interview me! I truly believe my background as an app developer, and the prosperity of the app I personally developed, ThymeCrunch, really set me up for success at The Develapp company. Looking forward to hearing from you. I hope you have a wonderful day! Cheers, Alan Cho Share a Mutual Interest Dear Ms. Lee, It was wonderful meeting you today, and I really appreciate you setting aside time to interview me. I’m very excited to be considered for the junior actuarial position, in addition to all of the potential opportunities the company…

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