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If you have a Windows computer and multiple email accounts, how do you handle them? Do you go from site to site, or email client to email client, checking and administering inboxes every minute of the day? Time to step up your game with today’s discount software promotion, Mailbird!

Mailbird lets you manage multiple email accounts using just one email client, with support for IMAP and POP3. With Mailbird, you’ll benefit from a single unified email inbox featuring integrated messaging and task management applications, an integrated calendar, and the ability to customize your colors and layout. Want to work on a task? Select it and Mailbird opens all of the related emails automatically!

Mailbird has anticipated how you work, so it also features integration with services that include Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Dropbox, Google Calendar, and more, so you can work with these services without ever having to leave Mailbird!

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Metta Zetty Mailbird is available for free here:
> https://www.getmailbird.com/

Where can I see a full comparison of the free version with the paid version being offered here on BDJ?
Sep 10 at 1:25pm Copy Link
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Christin User Hey Metta,

the main difference is that the LITE version only supports one account and some of our features (like Snooze, Attachment preview etc) are only available limited.
Please do not hesitate to contact our support team (support(at)getmailbird.com) for any further questions you may have.

Have a wonderful week and talk soon,
Christin from Mailbird
Mailbird - Sep 10 at 10:49pm Copy Link
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Mike B @MettaZetty:

https://www.getmailbird.c...ocation=US has some comparisons between free and pro Mailbird (but not really a whole lot of details)
Sep 11 at 2:20am Copy Link
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Metta Zetty Thanks for confirming, Mike. Appreciate your prompt and helpful follow-up.

Just to confirm: Based on the link you shared,am I correct in understanding the BDJ offer is a one-time purchase that provides full life-time access to all features and all future updates?
Sep 11 at 7:06am Copy Link
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franp User Does it offers received mail editing ?
Sep 12 at 1:49am Copy Link
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Jon Spain On how many PCs can this be used, please? I can't see that anywhere?

Jon
Sep 12 at 4:25am Copy Link
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Nigel Blumenthal Just downloaded the trial, and I must say, it looks excellent. A couple of questions before I turn my life over to you: Is it possible to do the following:

Add more columns to the main display (such as size of email, attachment, etc),

Change the location of the stored email files (I don't want them on my C: drive),

Automatically see other emails from the same person (maybe in the right-hand window where the calendar is on default installation), and

Direct the search facility to, say, sender only, or body, or subject etc?

These are facilities I have with my current email software and which I use, but I really like the look and feel of Mailbird so I'd like to know what I might have to give up if I switch.

Thanks,

Nigel
Sep 12 at 7:54am Copy Link
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Tim Smith Does it finally support Exchange? I mean without using IMAP
Sep 12 at 7:55am Copy Link
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Edward Smith Does it support Exchange 365?
Sep 12 at 8:38am Copy Link
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Christin User @Nigel
1. Unfortunately You can't add column
2. Yes you can trough symbolic link
3. We do not have this feature
4. Advanced search is not yet implemented

@Tim Smith
Not yet, but it's being developed right now

@Jon Spain
As many as you want. We do not believe in limiting and regulating something that has been bought.
Mailbird - Sep 12 at 8:47am Copy Link
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disenchanted Hi,

This looks like the type of tool I've been trying to locate for quite some time.
But didn't find until seeing it here on BDJ.

I have email accounts with 3 different providers; Comcast, Gmail and Yahoo.
With 2 of these providers I have multiple accounts [based upon personal vs subject matter related]
In any case it is overwhelming most of the time.

I briefly reviewed your website and maybe some of my below questions were answered there. [If that is the case, please excuse my asking]
1. Does Mailbird let you search and such across all of these different email providers at the same time?
2. Or would it be only across all Comcast accounts at once, all yahoo at once, or all gmail at once?
3. Does my web-based email remain on the websites they are on currently?
4. Or does mailbird download the email to my desktop or laptop computer?
5. or are there options for both leaving email online and downloading?
Sep 12 at 11:57am Copy Link
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Brenda Adams Reading the Fine Print, I see that this is the LIFETIME version of Mailbird. That's an even better deal than the sale price offered at your website.
I want to MAKE SURE that if I order at Bits today (for $24.15) I will be receiving the LifeTime version. Is that true?
Sep 12 at 11:58am Copy Link
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Metta Zetty @Christin User | MailBird

Please see the outstanding questions above from:
> franp User ~ 10 hours ago
> Metta Zetty ~ Monday 7:06am & 7:10am

Thank you in advance.
Sep 12 at 2:20pm Copy Link
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Christin User Hey guys,

sorry if we missed one of you, we are trying to keep up with the comments:-)

@Metta: Yes, it is correct that the licence is a lifetime licence and includes future updates.
Yes, depending on whether you are using POP3 or IMAP, mail is being downloaded into Mailbird and/or synced with the server. If you are using Pop3 the mails are saved locally but can only be accessed using Mailbird. For more details on what happens to your email using IMAP and POP3 please have a look at our post: https://support.getmailbi...P-and-POP3-

@Edward, Exchange mail server support is coming by the end of the quarter.

@dischanted, we do not have advanced search yet. Our users are currently alternatively using the profile picture search and attachment search. We understand though, that this may not be an appropriate alternative for everyone.
As per your questions 3,4 and 5 it depends on whether you are using IMAP or POP3. Please have a look at our post here to get more detailed information on the difference: https://support.getmailbi...P-and-POP3-

@Brenda, yes BDJ is offering 65% on the lifetime version, while we only offer 50% max.

I hope this answered all your questions:-)
If not, please feel free to shoot them and we will try to reply asap:-)
Mailbird - Sep 12 at 11:06pm Copy Link
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Nigel Blumenthal @Christin User

Thanks for your response to my email. Can you please explain what you meant by saying that I could keep my email files somewhere else "through symbolic link"? What does this mean and how would I do it please? Thanks.

NB
Sep 12 at 11:14pm Copy Link
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Christin User Hey @Nigel, I think this post will help you get all the answers you need:-) https://support.getmailbi...-directory

@franp, we are sorry we didn't mean to overlook you. What exactly do you mean by received mail editing?
Mailbird - Sep 12 at 11:23pm Copy Link
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franp User @Christin User "@franp, we are sorry we didn't mean to overlook you. What exactly do you mean by received mail editing?"

Currently only Postbox offers this possibility. Pocomail used to offer it but is dead.
It is the possibility to modify received mailk exactly as one can modify outgoing mail.
At first this can seems strange Why would someone want to modify incoming mails, right ? But this is exaclty as asking why would someone would need more than 637 kB of memory ina computer.
But in fact there are many reason to be able to edit received mail.
Just one example : imaging looking for a job. You may received job offers in batch. You may be willing to edit the received mail to remove jobs you don't want, mark those you answered to, etc.
An e-mail client with received mail edition abilities may replace several softwares, making it the only software you need in many situations.
What's more, everything in your e-mail client is probably ready ; it just lacks the pipeline to allow the received mail to go through the editor.
Sep 13 at 5:03am Copy Link
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Metta Zetty @frnp User @ChrhistinUser -- FWIW, Eudora also offers the option of editing incoming emails, and I use this feature all the time. In fact, it is one of the main reasons I'm still using Eudora even though it is no longer being developed.

Even just editing the subject line can be tremendously helpful for identifying the message contents and adding priority flags, follow-up notes, questions, etc.

Would love to see this feature and an advanced search function eventually added into MailBird.
Sep 13 at 5:50am Copy Link
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Christin User @franp and @metta currently it is not possible but thanks so much for the suggestion. We will see how much time it would take to implement.:)
Mailbird - Sep 13 at 7:01am Copy Link
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franp User @Christin User
Thank your for the answer. Then I will stick to Postbox for now and wait for this feature. As @Metta Zetty, I will not reverse to any e-mail client lacking this feature. As a : precision : The Bat allows to edit received mail in a weird way : by putting the mail in the outbox, editing it, then moving it back to the received mail. It as the side-effect to reset the date of the e-mail to the minute it was moved to the outbox, thus completly breaking the whole thik. Too bad. Don't go that way. Postbox do it right.
Sep 13 at 9:36am Copy Link
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Metta Zetty Thank you very much, Christin User, for your consideration of this request.

franp User: Thanks so much for your feedback!
> I've never found anyone else who used this "inbox editing" feature as much as I do, and I agree with you completely about the importance of having this option. (Frankly, I can't imagine how people operate with out it.)
> Will also look forward to checking out Postbox. Do you know if it is currently being developed?
> Also, I had thought about giving TheBat a try, so I appreciate your heads up on this quirky limitation. Thanks again! :-)
Sep 13 at 9:48am Copy Link
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Chinchih Lu I cam across a blog post which raises security concerns using MailBird

http://cubiq.org/the-best...ndows-2016

I thought people who are interested in this app should be aware what they are signing up for.
Sep 13 at 11:51am Copy Link
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W User Have tried to install it four (4) times, both with the offered installer and the "offline" installer. All installs have failed. Furthermore, assurances are given here that this is the "lifetime" version, but when I received my receipt after purchase it said "1 Year" license. Please refund my purchase amount immediately.
Sep 13 at 3:10pm Copy Link
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Christin User @Franp and @Metta thanks for your awesome feedback:-)

@Chinch Lu, we were in touch with Matteo the author of the post that concerned you. We changed some things around but unfortunately he did not update it in the way that he promised. Please have a look at our post where we are addressing all these points: https://www.getmailbird.c...-mailbird/
Let us know if you have anymore questions.

@W User, please let us know at support(at)getmailbird.com if we can help you with anything. The licence is a lifetime licence, I can assure that from our side. Once you have inserted the licence you will see it says "valid forever". Please do get i touch with our support and we will help you get set up.:-)
Mailbird - Sep 13 at 10:47pm Copy Link
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Brenda Adams Where are emails and attachments stored? Are they stored in folders on my own computer? Can they be searched in Win Explorer (as EverDesk does)?
What about security? Can anyone else see or track my emails?
Thanks
Sep 14 at 1:15am Copy Link
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Christin User @Branda, thanks for reaching out. Attachments are being stored locally and can be found here: C:\Users\[your user name]\AppData\Local\Mailbird\Store\A
You can search them using Win Explorer after enabling hidden items first.

Regarding the security. Since Mailbird is an email client it is mainly up to the security standards of your email provider. In regards to the safety of Mailbird itself, please check our post here for more details: https://www.getmailbird.c...-mailbird/

Please, let me know should you have anymore questions, I will be happy to help:-)
Mailbird - Sep 14 at 1:28am Copy Link
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Please note that all comments for this promotion will be screened before posting. It's nothing personal, just a step we have to take because of a few bad apples last time around.

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