I feel as social media and software communication continues grows and evolve, I am still a fan of good old fashion e-mails. Currently I used 3 different e-mail addresses an old Hotmail and other Gmail accounts. It's not hard to manage but I am strongly considering consolidating all my e-mail together.
The problem stems from the fact the my Hotmail account is literally a junk account used to subscribe or sign up for services I know are going to sell my information. Meanwhile the Gmail accounts are either personal or business related, I would.
I have stripped windows 10 down to the bare bones and no longer have the store installed, I am looking for app that is good at sending instant notifications and can sync with all 3 of my accounts. If there isn't a well made app that does this well, I would be open to the possibility of other solutions.
Please be aware that I have tried INKY, MAILBIRD, and ETC... They're okay but I looking for something better if possible.
Age (aka) TortoiseHelmet
Give thunderbolt a try. What they don't have in the program itself can be augmented with extensions.
I've yet to see an email interface better than Gmail's web interface.
Gmail does have an option to integrate all my outlook mail into my primary inbox... My problem is like the segregation of the different e-mail inboxes but just want program where I can easily switch between them, if that makes sense.
I have been using Thunderbird all this time, web mail is OK but I like to have all my emails at least archived locally. It's not like I think Google is going to go anywhere soon. You just don't know, they have pulled the plug on other projects. Thunderbird is getting a little long in the tooth now. It looks very old and I guess it would look quite out of place on Windows 10.
It looks like Mozilla is going to give Thunderbird the chop, so a lot of Linux users will also be looking for a decent e-mail client.
Years later I can say I actually really enjoy outlooks web client, google would be a close 2nd. I didn’t think desktop clients would become as absolute as they are, but really was not able to find one that didn’t come with a host of issues. Even those that were electron/chromium based.