The E-mail Mayhem: How to avoid it -
Email is one of the most important components of our lives. Email is also a slow evolving tool. Hotmail is more than 15 years old, and yet email is roughly what it once was. Gmail’s priority inbox, and its offering of huge quantities of storage were big steps, but hardly revolutionary moves. There exists a plethora of tools in the market to help email become more manageable, and many are useful. SaneBox is essentially a massive filter, one that runs defense for your inbox. There is no pattern for SaneBox to follow to dictate which message, you can’t train that. If you get more than 50 emails a day or more, and if not well-played, I’d try SaneBox. because it really has made a very nice change to my email life. Before, it was chaos. Now, it’s totally fine getting lots of emails.
The service creates a separate folder in your email account. Email comes in, and SaneBox decides if it goes into the boo-boo bin, the folder, or if it stays in your inbox. You can check the filtered emails any time you want by going into the folder, and browsing. They aren’t deleted. SaneBox is quite effective about cutting out email that you didn’t really want in the first place. It does lead to a much better email experience and it only costs $5 a month, so everyone can afford it. It has a free week trial, so you aren’t at risk for anything.