Suppose you are choosing a new e-mail client (dont ask me «why?» Youll understand in a second). What would you want from it if you could request absolutely anything you wanted? May be your wish list would look a bit like mine: my email client must be: pretty and convenient; flexible and wise; secure and reliable. The order of these requirements may vary, but the entire list is constant.
Be ready, Im going to clue, which program is almost perfect for this request (OK, really, most of the well-known ones are, but keep the accents to select *your* ideal one). The software named The Bat! is a «traditional» mail client featuring mainly flexibility and reliability (which, certainly, does *not* mean it neglects all the other aspects).It has a rather clean and simple (but fully customizable) user interface with a hundred of well-organized options. You can easily tune up the mail sorting by folders on receive and message customization using templates on write (you can even have a template for each folder or recipient). You can view the mail stored on the server without downloading the entire messages; you can synchronize the mailboxes between separate copies of program and import mail from tens of other mail clients.
If the above flexibility features dont amaze you completely, what would you say then about The Bat!s reliability: anti-spam (the best possible case: trainable Bayesian filter) and antivirus protection; built-in backup tool and ability to encrypt with strong cryptography algorithms!
The Bat! 3.95 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
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