Today’s email applications are powerful, do it all programs that allow you to do more than just send and receive mail. They have many other features that make it easy for you to sort and manage your messages, plus they are free. So here are the best email programs today.
This is one of the easiest email clients that you can use, ideal for seasoned web users and those that are just starting out. IncrediMail also has filters that protect you from fraud attempts, phishing and spam. The application is most ideal for casual users who handle regular amounts of email.
InScribe Free Version
This is a compact program that runs quickly and efficiently, perfect for those who just need to check their mail and don’t want to load a large application.
This is another powerful email client that is easy to use with an interface that anyone can learn quickly. Although it isn’t as well known as other email clients, it actually does the job quite well.
This is an email client that comes with many features that make managing email quick and simple. This is a basic email client for those who don’t need to use any advanced features or formatting.
This is a slick email client that is flexible enough to accommodate different types of users. Aside from handling your email needs, the program also has RSS feed integrated in it.
This simple email client handles both email and RSS feeds and comes with message search, labels and stationery. The program also has a built-in spam filter so junk doesn’t flood your inbox.
No doubt one of the best email programs, Thunderbird comes with a whole plethora of features that keep your email messages secure. It can manage RSS feeds too. Mozilla has so many features that it rivals those of many commercial email clients. Thunderbird also comes with filters that stop spam dead in its tracks.
Windows Live Mail
This email client gives you access to Windows Live Hotmail, POP and IMAP accounts. You can also use it to connect to your RSS feeds, your blog, Windows Live Calendar and Windows Live Messenger. There is also a fast search feature, several filters and tools to help you organize email.
How to Choose an Email Client
Start by making a list of the features that you do or want to do with your email. This may include frequent sorting of email, the ability to send attachments with ease, get emails from multiple accounts, rearrange folders easily and so on. If you need mail delivered to an IMAP or POP3 service, make sure the program can handle that.
Arrange the feature list in terms of importance. If you only do basic email tasks, then there’s no need to get a fancy program. Once you have the list ready, check out the email applications and see if they have the features you want. Also take note of the interface. They must be easy to use; otherwise all those helpful features will be for naught.
This list of the best email programs can handle more than just basic tasks, so if you are an advanced user, any of these programs will be more than sufficient. Since they are all free, you won’t lose anything by trying them.2013-01-11
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