MailGrace is an imap-mail-filter-as-a-service. It allows users to specify email filters when ... More
MailGrace is an imap-mail-filter-as-a-service. It allows users to specify email filters when their ISP does not. Users no longer need to rely on having a PC running at all times with Outlook to process email rules.
Unlike most mail filtering solutions, MailGrace does not limit users to just moving email around in their mailbox. They can also create rules to redirect mail to another address (preserving the original sender), and even do an HTTP post of the email content to a remote server.
The true power of MailGrace comes out when using a mobile device where email clients are notoriously feature-bereft. Simply create rules to perform powerful actions when messages are moved to specific folders.
Last updated 3 Dec 2015
Published 3 Dec 2015
The development of email over the years hasn't really kept up with the rest of the messaging industry. Whereas most online communication technology is geared towards a mobile world, email tends to leave many of us still sitting behind our PC in order to perform some essential management services. Even then, many of the actions we take are just not necessary. We seem to spend an awful lot of time creating folders and diligently filtering messages into them even though we rarely ever need to refer back to them. Now there's a new conditional forwarding email filter that gives greater flexibility and lets you automate actions. This not only saves time but also gives the freedom to manage emails just as easily on your mobile as it does at your desk.
MailGrace is a very flexible, cloud-based IMAP mail 'filter as a service' that allows users to create email automation filters when their ISP doesn't have them. This is especially good for mobile users who now won't have to wait until they get back to the office to manage their emails. Unlike similar mail filtering services however, this isn't just a device that moves emails from one place to another. It also lets users create sets of rules that automatically redirect incoming (and sent, if it comes to that) mail to other addresses whilst still preserving the original sender. Just create a new folder with a forward action and drag and drop emails to a...