New Version of The Bat! Email Program Is Launched by RITLabs

New Version of The Bat! Email Program Is Launched by RITLabs

The most important new features of The Bat! 5.1 are Inbox Analyzer, image download manager, message tags, hints, external HTML viewing module and Multi-SMTP option. These and other improvements of The Bat! 5.1 are described below.

Inbox Analyzer

Inbox Analyzer is a new mechanism that helps users to handle emails more efficiently. It analyzes the correspondence stored in the Inbox, divides messages into groups depending on its senders and date and offers suitable actions to users. With the Inbox Analyzer users can sort messages to folders and create an efficient set of filters that will sort messages in future – from scratch and in no time at all.

Thus, the Inbox Analyzer will divide all messages into “Correspondents” (person-to-person messages), “Mailing lists” (communication in groups) and “Newsletters” (informative messages that don’t require replies) and will offer to move these messages to certain folders, creating them if needed. More to that, basing on the results of the analysis, Inbox Analyzer will offer to create filters to sort newly received messages, as well as to divide each of the abovementioned groups into current and old messages, moving old ones to the Archive folder.

The results of Inbox Analyzer work are shown in a separate window and users can change them according to their own preferences. The Analyzer helps to sort and filter messages quickly, but its actions are just recommendations, final decision always being the user’s exclusive prerogative. Besides, users can manually set up the Inbox Analyzer to their needs – for example, to create their own sorting groups.

Image Download Manager

In The Bat! 5.1 image download can be controlled much easier. Image download manager is equipped with the option of creating various rules, blocking or allowing image download according to their URL, folder or sender. Thus, users can block images in the Newsletter folder or get rid of the most annoying banners by their URL.

Source: RITLabs

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