|Powerful, highly configurable email client with multiple accounts. It has everything you expect plus many more useful features for professionals and newcomers, for the home or the office.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|Languages||English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish|
|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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The Bat! is a powerful, highly configurable, yet easy to use, email client for the casual user or the power user, the home or the office.
Unlimited multiple accounts and multiple users
Familiar Explorer-style folders for organizing messages
Easily configurable user interface with message preview option
Process email in the background for all accounts simultaneously
Built-in HTML email viewer and message editor with spell-as-you-go
Fully customizable message templates for maximum flexibility
Powerful filtering for automated message handling
Sophisticated address book for storing all personal information
Unique Mail Ticker™ for email notification
Mail Dispatcher for managing email on remote servers
Multi-lingual interface supporting 15 languages on the fly
Support for S/MIME and all PGP versions from 2.6x through 6.5
Import message bases from all major email clients
Many more features for managing email quickly and easily...
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Exhchange Server MAPI Support, Import from Outlook, HTML Editor, Scheduler, Anti-SPAM plugins, full IMAP support.
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