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Make your emailing automatic and mobile friendly

Editor's review Page 3 of 3

Published 3 Dec 2015

[cont'd] ather than unsubscribing from newsletters you can drag them straight into the blacklist and you'll never hear from them again. The whitelist contains a list of addresses of people that you trust. If an email from one of these addresses ever accidentally lands in your spam folder it is automatically moved back into your Inbox. You can create as many lists as you want with many users creating a 'later' list for emails that don't need their immediate attention.

MailGrace is one of those apps that you didn't originally see yourself needing but, now that you have it, you'll wonder how you did without it for so long. Some companies charge three hundred bucks a year for similar services to this one. The app is in beta mode at the moment but will come in at less than US$60 annually or about $6 per month. The app works on any device and for any email server and can be hooked up to GMail, IMAP and Exchange etc for even greater flexibility. By filtering in the cloud, it doesn't matter how many devices that are used. MailGrace is an easy-to-use and very simple app that really only has a couple of main features. But when you put the two together, they become a serious set of email filtering tools that can only enhance your mobile email experience as well as saving you plenty of time.