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OKInbox

Fight the Flood of Unimportant Email Messages

$49.95
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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 with Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013
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How many times have you overlooked an important email because it was lost in a sea of unwanted spam, newsletters, and other non-critical messages in your inbox? Or those times that you've had to wade through all of that just to find flight information, or login credentials, or anything of relevance? Well, it may be impossible to unsubscribe from it all, but there is a way to effectively manage and prevent email overload. It's all made possible with today's discount software promotion, OKInbox!

OKInbox prevents the constant influx of distracting and extraneous email, letting you view them at a time and date that is convenient for you. With OKInbox, you get a nifty Microsoft Outlook plug-in that bundles unimportant email into a digest format that gets delivered on your own schedule. The result? A cleaner inbox that lets you read only emails that are important to you, and a filtering method that's better than just redirecting stuff to spam folders.

It's easy to get started with OKInbox. Just set up digests, then click 'Add to Digest' for every email message that you'd rather not receive in the middle of your day. That's it! After a few days, relish the fact that your email inbox remains wonderfully clean. When your digest emails arrive, skim them for anything you're interested in, then delete. It's all of the unimportant stuff, collected in a single email for you.

You can even use OKInbox to categorize important emails, such as those from a specific sender, regarding a specific topic, or marked as Urgent. Just set up digests to collect these items and you'll immediately experience an uptick in productivity and efficiency!

This promotion includes the following:
OkInbox for Outlook 2003 ($49.95)
OkInbox for Outlook 2007 ($49.95)
OkInbox for Outlook 2010 ($49.95)

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Bruno Verschraegen Hi, three questions.

What happens if one does not have time to read a digest when it is released? Do you need to re-set the time?

What happens if one reads a few mails in a released digest, but not all? Do all mails stay in the digest or only the unread ones? If all stay, can you see difference between read and unread?

After reading an email in a digest, can it be filed using other tools we normally use (we use QuickFile from Standss, which is great, but their newsletter "parking* method does not alllow to create digests)?

Bruno
Jan 6 2013 at 4:53am Copy Link
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Nick Bolton Hi Bruno
The digest just comes in like an ordinary email, so you can always skip back to it when you want to catch up with reading its content. It has a summary at the beginning of the emails in it, so you can quickly check to see if there's anything relevant.

The emails always stay in the digest, so it's like one big long newsletter with emails embedded inside it.

Yes, you could use something like quick file with it.
Firetrust Limited - Jan 6 2013 at 9:52am Copy Link
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Steven Martins What about support for Outlook 2013? This looks like a great plugin, but I currently use Outlook 2013, so I'm not sure if I can even give it a try.
Jan 9 2013 at 1:13am Copy Link
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Nick Bolton Hi Steven, we'll be releasing it for Outlook 2013 probably tomorrow if final testing all goes well. Plus we'll have an update for all other versions as well which improves the speed amongst other things.
Firetrust Limited - Jan 9 2013 at 1:40am Copy Link
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Rajeev Dugar When I press the Buy Now button and select Outlook 2007 version the firetrust shopping page charges 100% price instead of 50% and mentions that:
Expired: OkInbox for Outlook 2007 (OKInbox for half price! with 50% discount).

Please advise
Jan 9 2013 at 10:55am Copy Link
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Binkie Boy Gee, if only Outlook had the ability to set up folders and rules that automatically sort things the way you want, and the ability to control how it notifies you of new mail, then we wouldn't need to buy other software to do it! Oh wait...
Jan 9 2013 at 10:55am Copy Link
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Nick Bolton Sorry about that Rajeev, I thought I had the date correct. Try it again now and it should work.
Firetrust Limited - Jan 9 2013 at 11:00am Copy Link
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Nick Bolton @Binkie Boy - We've seen research which shows most people don't use folders, instead they let everything pile up in their inbox. Also, there's a cost to being distracted by new email arriving, if you see it in one of your folders - you'll take a look. OkInbox stops those notifications and hides any new emails you specify until a desired time
Firetrust Limited - Jan 9 2013 at 11:13am Copy Link
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Rick Truell "We've seen research which shows most people don't use folders, instead they let everything pile up in their inbox."

Which isn't going to change using OKInbox. The thing that keeps people from setting up folders and rules in Outlook - laziness - is going to keep them from doing so in OKInbox as well. In addition, setting up Outlook is free, whereas OKInbox requires paying money...if a person is going to overcome their laziness to set up e-mail management properly, they're going to use methods that are available to them for free before they pay for methods to use.

"Also, there's a cost to being distracted by new email arriving,"

Well, since one only checks for new e-mail when one is ready to read/deal with said new e-mail, that's hardly a problem.
Jan 9 2013 at 7:54pm Copy Link
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Nick Bolton @ Rick -
"if a person is going to overcome their laziness to set up e-mail management properly, they're going to use methods that are available to them for free before they pay for methods to use. "

Well, we have plenty of users who think otherwise as the outcome of OkInbox is different from creating rules to shuffle emails in to folders.

"Well, since one only checks for new e-mail when one is ready to read/deal with said new e-mail, that's hardly a problem."

I think most people leave their email client open at work and POP3 emails check automatically every so often, plus you're forgetting IMAP accounts which show emails as soon as they arrive. OkInbox prevents getting distracted by any unimportant emails in the first place.
Firetrust Limited - Jan 9 2013 at 8:18pm Copy Link
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