Mailbird Updates you may have missed

Our developers are working super hard, like, really hard to make email not so bad anymore. Many improvements are made and updates implemented, which usually come unnoticed. Some of these include an improved avatar (aka profile picture) search for all your important contacts. Another is an improved drag and drop email function, performance with 64bit machines are examples of the constant, yet less noticeable, improvements our team is consistently working on.

For the more noticeable Mailbird developments that many of you find super awesome include:

1. Sharing Means Caring

End your friend, family and colleague‘s email struggles by using the ‘Invite Friends‘ option in the Mailbird menu. We mentioned the updated referral system in our last newsletter, so in case you missed it, now its super easy for you to get Mailbird Pro Lifetime for free.

Here’s how it works: https://www.getmailbird.com/new-way-get-mailbird-pro-free-life/

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2. Join The Dark Side

Have sensitive eyes when working on a computer for too long? Did you know that Mailbird has a dark theme mode? Try it by simply going into the Mailbird menu > Settings > Appearance > Select ‘Dark Theme‘

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3. Create New Thread

You can now change the subject of any reply or forwarded message and with that creating a new thread from it. You can create a new email thread now, when replying to any message in an email convo, change the subject line and voila! New email thread created. We call it “I just became awesome at email convo management!” Awesome.

newsletter2-newthread-24. That Special F1 Key Working Wonders Again

We gave the F1 key some life! Today, that special F1 key gives you immediate access to the Mailbird support team. We are here for you! Problems, questions, feedback? Hit that F1 key. Simple.

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…And we have many more great things coming. Check out our New Years Resolutions to get an idea of what we have planned for 2017.

Any questions? Let us know in the comment section or shoot us an email.

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  • Reinaldo Martins

    To be the best Mailbird need – Send Later Email, Smart Spam Assassin and Filter and Message is received.

    • Christin Baumgarten

      Thanks for your feedback Reinaldo. Filters is on the roadmap for sure. We are still debating the send later option. As for now the users emails are not going through our servers. To be able to send them later means that the email client needs to save them on their server. We are not sure if the majority of our users would ok with that. What about you? Any concerns with that?

      • Mikołaj Klimczak

        Allow me to cut in the discussion here: I would be the person who will oppose this “unsend” option, for exactly the reasons you mention. Not that I do not trust you, but because your server will be one more potentially vulnerable intermediary. I could only accept such innovation if I were able to switch it off in its entirety.

        • Christin Baumgarten

          Thanks for your feedback Mikolaj, we really appreciate it. Just to avoid any confusion here. The “unsend” feature is already implemented and does not send any emails through our server. It basically “delay sends” your mails and thats why you are able to “get them back”. The other feature is “Send Later”. That would mean you could pick the time that the email is suppose to go out. And yes, if we do implement it, then we will definitely try to find a way that makes (almost) everyone happy:-) Thanks again for taking the time to share your thoughts:-) Have a great week:-)

          • SSULLIVAN88

            Hi Christin,

            Believe it or not, I’ve just found a need for the Send Later option that Mailbird does not have. I’m not sure how it’s built, or how it’s set-up but I would assume the email can be stored on the individual computer until it’s ready to send. Obviously it’s not amazing because sending at 5am when your computer is turned off, won’t work, but at the same time as a user I don’t expect my email to be sent unless Mailbird is open. Mailbird doesn’t advertise any cloud type features, so I don’t except it to be working in the background if my computer is off.

            Though it would be nice to have some kind of import/export feature of accounts/settings because that initial set-up for multiple computers is time consuming, especially if you have to set-up 10 email accounts.

          • Christin Baumgarten

            Hey, thanks for reaching out:-) Yes, we are still debating on whether to implement it or not. The way it works is that emails would have to be saved on our server and go out at the time scheduled. As for now no emails are going through our server and we would expect many of our current users complain if we would change that. Therefore we are not quite sure if to implement it or not.

            As for the import/export feature there is a way to overwrite the database in your new device. For that I would ask you to get in touch with our support(at)getmailbird.com to ensure you get a detailed step by step description of how to do that without loosing any data.

          • SSULLIVAN88

            Hi Christin,

            Why do they need to go through your mail server?

          • Christin Baumgarten

            Hey:-) Mailbird only sends out emails when it is online. So in order to being able to go out at any time scheduled (also when Mailbird is offline or off) the mail would need to go from the server.

            Therefore it would need to be saved from the time you “send” it until it is actually being scheduled to be sent out.
            I hope that made sense:-) If you would like to get more details on that, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our support(at)getmailbird.com. They will be happy to give you more technical background explanations:-)

          • SSULLIVAN88

            Thanks for clarifying Christin.

            Can we not reply on the email client to do this and expect that if the client is not open, it won’t send? For example, Outlook you must leave the client open to send delayed email, otherwise the emails do not get sent.

      • Oliver Villar

        I’m an extensive user of send later. I work many times at unholy hours and I prefer my clients to get my emails during the day. To keep everybody happy, maybe you could only send scheduled emails through your server, so people against it could just disable that feature 😛

  • Hi Team,

    I appreciate the hard work that you guys are putting into the product in order to make it more user friendly and popular. As a SaaS service provider, one must concentrate on making the product ‘more simple to use’ for customers and you people are constantly thriving towards that.

    Well done!

    • Christin Baumgarten

      Thanks so much for your awesome feedback Scott! Please keep it coming and let us know, should you have any questions regarding Mailbird:-)

  • John Wishart

    Mailbird performed an update on my PC today. Since then I have been unable to send messages. They go to the Drafts folder and stay there. Please advise. [email protected]

    • Leonardo Ariadi Santoso

      Hi John

      If you are having issue with sending emails please send an email to [email protected]. We can’t troubleshoot your issue in here :). Have a great day.

  • sahas kn

    I have few suggestions:
    1) option to increase zoom level in email-lists
    2) dark theme applicable to email viewer as well

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