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Why Mailbird Is The Best Email Client For Windows 10 (Top 11 Reasons)

Posted by Christin on October 11, 2018

Looking for the best email client? There are dozens of open source, free or premium email clients for Windows available in the market – Microsoft Outlook, eM client, Claws mail, Opera Mail, Nylas mail, Inky and so on.  So why do millions of people use Mailbird instead – for personal as well as professional purposes? That’s because Mailbird is way more than just another free email client. It has several unique features that you won’t find on any other desktop email client or web-based email client. In addition to email, Mailbird acts as a command center for your business by integrating with several other communication and task-management tools. Mailbird also has the advantage of being highly customizable. You can play around with several features, inbox settings, and other integrations until it’s just perfect for your unique needs.   What Makes Mailbird the Best Email Client for Windows 10 users? Unlike default Windows clients such as Microsoft Outlook and the Mail app, Mailbird is designed to be easy to set up, use and customize.  You can be up and running with your existing email accounts in just minutes. Mailbird even detects server settings automatically so that you don’t have to tinker with any IMAP settings even when you connect multiple email providers or multiple email accounts.  Better yet, you will enjoy going through your email inbox even more with Mailbird because it allows you to change everything about it to match your needs and style.  With dozens of features and integrations, Mailbird is the best email client for…

Gmail For Windows: Here’s a Better Way in 2018

Posted by Jason Ephraim on July 2, 2018

The Best Way To Manage Gmail For Windows Users You probably have a Gmail account. In fact, according to worldwide statistics there’s a good chance you have more than one of them. Google has announced that Gmail now has more than 1 billion monthly active users – up from the 900 million the company announced last year and up from 425 million 2012.  It’s a no- brainer why Gmail is on fire right now. Its app has over 90.7 million monthly users for a reason. It’s an easy to use interface which is well integrated with cloud storage, making file sharing easy (Google drive), offers great work-collaboration opportunities (Google Docs) and has countless other features from Google Spreadsheets to Google Slides. Statistics even show that 94% of Gmail users use the integrated translation services in their Gmail account. However, while Gmail has made it big, they have really not done justice to PC users. Firstly, using the Gmail site itself to manage these accounts presents a few serious problems: You always have to be connected to the internet It’s difficult to manage multiple accounts It’s only as secure as your internet connection Considering that Gmail makes up over 85% of all global users worldwide, you may find it odd that there is no official application for Gmail for windows. There is indeed no way for a Windows user to manage accounts directly from a PC and there is nothing in the app store that presents this function. This is the least bit…

Yes, we can all just get along.

Posted by Christin on February 26, 2013

On the last Mailbird blog post, on the topic of Facebook’s $100 email test, there continues to be this underlying fear for email companies that social networking sites will replace email. However we are firm in believing that there is no replacing, but rather a glorious integration that is happening between social networking, email, and mobile communication. “The fact mobile sales are beating desktops doesn’t mean they are taking over. It means they are being added. Everyone already has a desktop! The desktop isn’t going anywhere, it’s just getting a new best friend.”— Ryan Majeau (Tech Trend Enthusiast/Writer) With these super cool integrations, paying for email isn’t such a crazy thing when you think about it. In fact it’s more a matter of reshaping email culture as our inbox’s are increasing with advertisements, special deals, newsletters, surveys, and that annoying sender who’s name just keeps popping up in your inbox twenty times a day. If we paid for email we would maybe spend less time in our inbox, and more time creating quality communication and getting things done. We used to pay to send letters, and still pay today to send hard copy documents and packages. Until the day packages can somehow atomize into microscopic particles and be emailed through space and time within seconds, man powered mail services, a.k.a. snail mail, will continue to exist. This is just as desktop email is not going anywhere just because social networking and mobile devices are the current online communication hype. With desktop email you are paying for speed, convenience, great support, and…