This App Has A Smarter Way To Clean Up Your Email Inbox

Mailstrom Pro goes beyond AI for more accurate, personalized email organization.
Mailstrom Pro goes beyond AI for more accurate, personalized email organization.
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September 16, 2018 5:52 pm
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If you’ve got multiple email accounts for personal and business use, you’ve probably struggled to wade through newsletters from overzealous advertisers, coupons from companies you don’t even remember signing up with, or other types of junk while you hunt for that one important email you need. Spam filters don’t always work (or sometimes they work too well and siphon important emails away from your inbox), and many email add-ons rely on AI algorithms that re-organize your messages in unhelpful ways. Mailstrom Pro is a smarter way to sort through your inbox and get rid of what you don’t need without affecting important emails that matter.

Mailstrom Pro works by identifying bundles of related emails, then allowing you to personally delete tens or thousand of bundles at once. This makes it harder for the program to accidentally put spam messages in your inbox or throw important mail in your junk pile. There’s a one-click Block function to fend off unwanted senders or subjects, and you can also unsubscribe from lists with a single click instead of hunting through lines of email text searching for the “Unsubscribe” option. Additional custom tools allow you to create your own guidelines for the program to follow, and your email password is protected through an authorization framework, guaranteeing that Mailstrom won’t have access to your important passwords.

A lifetime subscription to Mailstrom Pro would normally set you back $999.75, but right now it’s 93% off at just $59.99.

 

Mailstrom Pro: Lifetime Subscription – $59.99

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