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www.gmail.com – 4 free methods to access your Gmail faster in 2018

Posted by Christin on June 27, 2018

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 be checking…

The Best Alternatives to Mozilla Thunderbird for Windows in 2018

Posted by Christin on June 19, 2018

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 Mozilla Thunderbird:   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 can connect Mailbird…

Best Windows 10 Email Clients To Manage Multiple Accounts 2018

Posted by Christin on May 15, 2018

Windows 10 offers a wide variety of awesome apps that can really increase both productivity and your sanity, especially when it comes to emails. Of course, there are hundreds of  ‘Best Email Clients’, that claim to achieve just this goal. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the cream of the crop  – “Best Windows 10 Email Clients“. Stop banging your head against the keyboard in frustration, and install one of these Windows 10 apps that work best for you! What are the Best Windows 10 Email Clients? Mailbird  We can’t create a list of the best Windows 10 email clients without including ourselves!;-) Mailbird stands out amongst other email clients in a number of ways. Productivity is a huge issue for a lot of companies, and email can feel like fuel on an already raging fire. Features such as attachment search, profile picture search, and a quick action bar drastically reduce the amount of time you spend finding old documents or emails. Unified Inbox is the favorite feature and main reason for many email ninjas to use Mailbird. All of your accounts will populate in one unified inbox. This feature is an absolute must for people that are managing multiple email accounts. The color indicator feature will help you tell immediately what account the email was sent to without even having to open the email first.  From there, customizing the look of the email client is up to you. You can change the background image, message sound, theme color, welcome messages, choose…

6 Best Ways To Find Any Email Address 2018

Posted by Christin on March 11, 2018

Technology has no doubt, metamorphosed every industry in this 21st century. Especially the communication sector, almost every single thing has changed. Be that as it may, one thing has remained torpid, email addresses. As a matter of fact, many businesses are groping their ways on how to find email addresses, to heighten their work. Still, you might want to write to your friend and by mistake, you deleted his/her email address. What will you do? Try the mindless Googling? Here are some great websites to help you search for any email addresses. 1. Email Hunter This fun software will find varied email addresses. Moreover, it will detail some derivations where it recouped the data. Above all, this is a polished app. Also, it’s a Chrome extension. It has free and paid plans. The paid version starts at $49/month, $99/month all the way to $399/month.   2. HeadReach Using HeadReach, you can find the email by name, Company or website. Besides, you can set the advanced feature to search email addresses by job position. From here on, once you get your candidate; hit find the name email and social profile. The email will get added to your contacts. Finally, this tool has a log for undemanding access to all your searches.     3. Anymail Finder The fun thing about this app is that it suggests emails using email patterns. All you need to do is click on the toolbar of the email address search from your Chrome browser. From here on, you find an email address either by the name or company website. Anymail Finder will then speculate the…

How to Send Emails to Undisclosed Recipients in 2018

Posted by Christin on March 8, 2018

Sending mass email requires a few points of etiquette one being to keep email addresses private. There are a number of reasons why employees prefer to keep their email IDs private. Sending an email to undisclosed recipients ensures that you can do so in a professional manner. Mailbird aims to make your professional endeavours easier by integrating a variety of intuitive functions into one friendly email interface – organize, search and find information with a click of a button.  The Benefits The best way to do send an email to multiple people is to use an undisclosed recipients feature that can be integrated into Gmail or Outlook with Mailbird. Some main benefits of sending email to undisclosed recipients are: Professionalism Concealing email addresses is a thoughtful and professional way of sending mass emails. This protects the privacy of your recipients’ responses too and ensures that other people don’t get a build up of email responses stemmed from replies to your mass email that does not concern anyone but the original sender. Reduce junk email Sending email to undisclosed recipients helps to ensure that people actually get your email and that it isn’t filtered out as chain emails to the junk folder. Spam protection Truthfully, when you send mass emails with exposed email addresses, it subjects other people to spammers, malware and viruses. Furthermore, it makes it easier for spammers get a hold of information, in extreme cases cause a breach in security through hacking. Send personalized email  Instead of seeing…

How to Find the Best Free Email Service in 2018

Posted by Christin on March 5, 2018

If you were to look through your personal contact list right now, it’s probably safe to say that the majority of your contacts will have an email address from one of two services: Google’s Gmail (@gmail.com) or Microsoft’s Outlook.com (@outlook.com). This is unsurprising, considering Gmail has 15.8% and Outlook.com has 6.7% of the email client market share. Both of these free email services are backed by tech giants—Google and Microsoft—and have become the top contenders when choosing what service to use for your personal or small business email needs. But with the two constantly neck and neck in the email race, how do you decide which one is best for you? Google’s Gmail service is the older and most popular of the two—it has over 1 billion monthly active users as of February 2016. Because it’s been around longer, and it has a bigger audience, Gmail is generally considered the industry leader in free email services. Microsoft, on the other hand, launched the free version of Outlook.com in 2012 and has been refining the service ever since. It now has more than 400 million active users and a robust suite of features that rival the competition. On the surface, Google’s Gmail and Microsoft’s Outlook.com seem pretty similar. It’s only when you look at the details that you discover just how much the two differ. And it’s in these details that you’ll find the features that matter most to you to help you choose the right option for your personal or…

The Best App For Your Gmail Account On Windows 10 in 2018

Posted by Jason Ephraim on February 28, 2018

What’s the best way to manage your Gmail account on Windows? Well, with over 500,000 email accounts (a majority of them being Gmail accounts) Mailbird is growing in popularity as the best email client for Windows users with Gmail accounts:   I just slaughtered +1800 gmail messages @mailbird, https://t.co/B0clE7AkDU #inboxzero pic.twitter.com/ZT5Bw6r4hF — Paul Doherty (@pjdohertygis) February 1, 2016 Never thought I could stop using the gmail interface, but @mailbird made it possible. Almost forgot how much better a desktop app can be. — Jose Quesada (@Quesada) January 28, 2014 Mailbird – The best email client for Windows + Gmail. I’m all in. http://t.co/Dz4S6IREIl @mailbird — Matthew Mombrea (@mombrea) January 27, 2014 Getting addicted to @GetMailbird. A great email client for #Gmail (and others) http://t.co/zEYA391cUZ — Ulven (@UlvenNiclas) July 6, 2015 If you use #gmail for business but hate gmail, checkout @getmailbird second time around for us, so much better! Nice one @getmailbird — covedigital (@covedigital) May 13, 2015 [email protected] Seriously? @getmailbird is great! Good luck with GMail for web when you have 6 accounts to manage! And OS X mail on Windows? — Ishan Sharma (@real_ishan) December 3, 2014 Why do so many people think Mailbird is perfect for Gmail? Mailbird is Free Every new user gets a free trial of Mailbird Pro, which allows you to manage an unlimited number of email accounts (Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Windows live Mail – all of them). After that, Mailbird is free to use, forever. If you need more than 1 account –…

What Is The Best Gmail App for Windows in 2018?

Posted by Christin on January 10, 2018

The list of “Best Gmail App for Windows” is growing constantly. No wonder. People are dealing with more email than they ever have. According to in 2017, Radicati on average we receive 90 emails. Every Day! While Gmail is among the most popular web email clients, many people prefer to manage their email from their desktop on a desktop email client of their choice. Especially for people managing multiple accounts the advantages of using a desktop client seems obvious. We have listed the main advantages of using an app to manage your emails in our post ” Should you be using a Desktop Email Client?“ The Windows market is still said to be underserved in terms of email clients, especially compared to what is being offered to Mac users. Nevertheless, there already is a great choice of apps to help you manage your gmail (and other) accounts from your Windows desktop. Below is the list of apps that we find are definitely worth a mention.  1. Mailbird  Of course, we could not publish a list, without mentioning ourselves in it.  Mailbird is more than a gmail app for Windows. We are desinging Mailbird to become your app to unify all online communication. Not only are we working on providing all major email client features to make multiple account management a breeze. We have also implemented many features for you to literally fly through your inbox.  Productivity enhancing features or email tools such as: clean Inline Reply, Quick Compose shortcut, Unified Inbox, LinkedIn Look-up, feature, the…

Our new Contact Manager with Contact Sync is out

Posted by Christin on April 25, 2017

Mailbird Contact Manager unifies your contacts in the best way possible The Mailbird Contact Manager deserves a full write up, because this feature is ridiculously awesome. It’s been a year in the making, so this feature release means a lot to us. We built this for email users worldwide, to make their lives better with the most critical contacts that keep our personal and business connections thriving. Let’s look at the highlights of your brilliant new Contact Manager and how to best use it. It is our ultimate obligation to you to deliver the absolute best damn unified, beautiful and synced Contact Management tool that practically manages itself. It’s beautiful. So here we go… Get started with the best Contact Manager ever Before you become a contacts managing machine, first thing is to get all your contacts into Mailbird. It’s simple and will be done in no time. A heads up, the more contacts you have, the longer it may take (we are talking, instead of 10 seconds, it may take 20 seconds). A step by step guide to get the Mailbird Contact Manager as soon as possible: 1. Activate the ‘Contacts’ app in our Mailbird App section. 2. Once you have activated the app an introduction window will pop up. Press the blue “Connect accounts” button on the final slide of the introduction.  3. Mailbird gives you the option to choose contacts from your Google and/or Outlook accounts (including Google Apps and Office 365) that you have added to…

How To Set Up A Desktop Email Client

Posted by Christin on March 8, 2017

Did you know? The first email was sent over 40 years ago—in 1972, to be exact—by a man named Ray Tomlinson, who is often credited as the inventor of email. Since then, email has become ubiquitous in communication. Every day, more emails are sent and received than the previous day. Its place in our society is the norm, to the point where if you don’t have email, others might find that odd. At first, the usability of email was limited. Some early systems required both users to be logged into the same host to send a message. Later iterations only allowed communication between the same email client. But as the internet has advanced, so has email. Now, you have a choice on what email client you would like to use… and there’s a lot to choose from! The first decision you have to make is whether or not you should use a desktop email client or webmail/cloud-based email. Both systems have their advantages, so it’s mainly just a personal preference. We’ll outline the pros and cons of each in the next section. Desktop Email Client vs. Webmail: Which Should You Choose? To start, let’s look at desktop email clients. Desktop email clients are applications that enable you to manage your inbox by sending, receiving, and organizing messages directly from your desktop or mobile device. A few names that might ring a bell include Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird, and, of course, Mailbird. Desktop email clients are best for people with multiple email…