Mailbird is an intuitive mail client for Windows that includes a built-in scheduler. The program is available via e-mail.Send emails in Outlook using mail services.com, Gmail, Yahoo!IMAP protocol is implemented by iCloud, Apple mail, and all others. The program picks up the server settings immediately when new accounts are created and starts sending out existing messages.
If you log on your first time, you can choose any of the settings for your interface displays. You have to choose the first class among those options first.During viewing the mail, you will notice it displayed on the left side, its contents as they may be accessed via the right. On the second sidebar, there is an e- list.An email or message is divided horizontally across the whole client's window in the mail window. The panel will be adjusted according to your preferences to ensure that you get the best results when using either mode.
There is a convenient visual option available as part of the postal client which enables you to make beautiful letter designs using images and fonts that have been professionally selected. There is a spell-check option on the editor.During checking and punctuation, those functions can be automated. Files can be attached to a message by simply dragging and dropping them. For more comfortable work with Mailbird you can set up hotkeys and their combinations for various functions (sending a message, displaying/hiding a certain panel, quick switching between mails and partitions). As well as ready-made templates, you can create them from the program.List of recipients was created as well as emails made.
The key benefit of Mailbird is that its user interface is compatible with the extensions it allows third-party developers to create. The Thunderbird can easily be mistaken for a popular Thunderbird.
- IMAP protocol is supported by all email services, except for Microsoft Exchange.
- Using multiple accounts is simple with this solution;;.
- provides users with an easy-to-use visual editor that creates new emails.
- Developers from third parties are eligible; eds from third party developers;
- Keys to frequently used functions can be programmed through hotkeys.