Mail clients are a difficult thing for people to decide on. They all have features you love and features you wish they had. Some people are very satisfied with Gmail while others prefer a desktop client like Apple Mail. Others want a mixture of both worlds with some added functionality. That’s where Polymail comes in. Polymail is by no means unique. It’s a mail client that collects your email in its own interface. That’s where Polymail hopes you’ll choose them. The interface, features and design of Polymail are absolutely lovely.
- Snooze ⏰
- Mail Tracking ⚡️
- Scheduled Send 🕐
- Follow-up reminders 🗯💬
- Undo Send ↩️
- One-Click Unsubscribe 🚫
- Enriched Contact Profiles
With all the great features and stunning design of Polymail I’m unable to use it for the time being. Polymail is currently only supporting Gmail and iCloud services. IMAP/POP3 and other mail services are not supported. While this is an issue for me I will be fair and say this is currently invite only and the company is working on incorporating more services. A company spokesperson informed me that IMAP should be coming along but declined to give a time frame when that would happen. So using the service isn’t a lost cause, it’s just not going to work for my needs at the moment.
The single best feature of Polymail, that I found useful, was the one click unsubscribe button. That’s a nice handy feature to get off some of those mass SPAM email lists without too much effort. The design is my second favorite thing about the client. It’s clean, crispy and very easy on the eyes. While the service is invite only, the company is extending special access to our readers if you’d like to give it a go. Just hit the link below to sign up and see if this is the mail client for you.
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Last Updated on January 23, 2017.
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