You see the issue isn't just about checking for mail, many business's constantly upgrade computers and operating systems on a regular basis. This in tern leads to technical issues about having to install a mail client on that new computer (or OS) and then configure it with the email account details. That becomes a problem as people forget their password, don't remember their email settings (and don't print them out when they first receive them).
Then you run into the next problem with this in that the new computer / OS or Mail Client will be different to the previous one used. So how do you migrate all your existing emails (inbox, outbox and all your custom folders) to the new platform? In a nut shell, most people don't.
The final problem relates to how you wish to manage your email accounts. The standard mail account has always been POP3. This means your computer downloads a copy of the email to your computer. That is great because it allows you to archive and manage all your emails "offline". The problem now days though is if you are use to using Microsoft Outlook then you're in for a shock because as of Windows 8, Outlook no longer supports POP3 email accounts, instead it only supports IMAP which means all your email must be managed on the server.
So customers are always running into the issue that their inbox is full (due to IMAP).
Wow that's a lot, so how do they continue to provide that as a free service? Who pays for all that bandwidth, server time and disk space? Well it's the advertisers, along with your PRIVACY.
Another major problem with using free Webmail accounts like Gmail is that if you are operating a business, having business emails sent to free services don't look all that professional. It would be like us having a website www.bouttimesoftware.com.au but then having the email as email@example.com That just looks unprofessional.
As you would be logged onto your administration section to conduct your business already, why not have it alert you when new emails arrive. No matter what application you are currently using you will receive notification when a new email has been received.
Other major benefits with our Email Manager is that if you have multiple staff members, you would just create an account for them so they can log into the Admin section. That same account is then use to activate an email account for them. To activate an email account, all you need to do is enter the email address in their account profile. That's it. No further configuration is required. A major benefit in this is if you have quite a bit of staff turnover, adding and removing accounts is a very simple process.
Our Email Manager does not use inboxes. Huh I hear you ask. Yes that's right, there is physically no email account configured on the server. That means no-one can hack your email and use your account as a spam relay. There is no direct link to the email address in use and the mail server.
There are many other benefits and features, plus a range of cool features, such as being able to create emails from other administration applications and managers for you automatically.
If you enter multiple key words (separated by a space) then you can use the All, Any and As Phrase ti indicate if All the words, Any of the words should be found, or if you wish to locate exact match (as phrase).
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