4 out of 5 with 71 ratings

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sorry to leave :-(

Comment by tomazpogacar
about Mailbird · Jul 2016 · Helpful Not helpful 2 Helpful

since Mailbird cancel three accounts in free version, I have to go... :-(

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Thank you

Comment by Mailbird
about Mailbird · Nov 2015 · Helpful Not helpful 2 Helpful

Wow, on behalf of the entire Mailbird team: Thank you all for your glowing reviews and supportive comments. We are thrilled that so many of the people that use Mailbird like it enough to share it!

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only 1 account usable for free version!

Comment by bobalazs
about Mailbird · Jul 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

Mailbird was my goto for email application, until with an update free email service got limited to only one email account.
Bummer.

[Edited by bobalazs, July 08]

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mailbird

Comment by tigeri
about Mailbird · Aug 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

Fantastic email client, easy to install and set up, works so well with windows 10, great support, am so glad to have found it

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Mailbird - a very slick email client

Comment by sfpanoz
about Mailbird · Jun 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

I've found Mailbird to be a very easy to use email client with a clean interface for multiple email accounts. Customer support was very responsive with questions and set-up. With future enhancements coming it's a very nice email alternative to some of the other Windows email clients I've tried.

John I

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Mailbird is a DAMN great email client for Windows, best alternative to Outlook.

Comment by andrealoubier
about Mailbird and Windows 10 · Jun 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

I don't need all those extra features that like 90% of people using outlook's email client don't even use.

I just want an email client that works, easy to use, fast, looks good, customized/personal, and innovates omni-channel communication by integrating them into one inbox. Since we don't just use email anymore, we also use social channels, messaging and task management apps to communication online today.

Here's why we've moved to Mailbird, http://www.getmailbird.com/mailbird-best-alternative-to-outlook/

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Mailbird just gets the job done.

Comment by johnbrunetti
about Mailbird · Apr 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

Gmail is probably the service of choice for most people, but using Gmail through a browser can be frustrating. Mailbird essentially cuts out the browser requirement and gives users easy ownership of their email.

There are small bugs, but every email I've ever sent to the mailbird staff has been answered within a day or two. It's really an amazing program with great functionality. I love it.

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Good look and feel, frustratingly bad performance

Comment by dnswatson
about Mailbird and Thunderbird · Apr 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

I was pleased at first with its simplicity but couldn't stand two issues:

  1. When you switch back to the app after not using it for some time (like two hours), you have to wait sometimes for 2 minutes until your mouse cursor recovers from its "loading" state and you can eventually click on a message, then another minute or so until the message's content finally "develops".
  2. Another thing I miss is sorting the message list by sender, recipient, time etc. At first I thought message search would replace it for me, but it didn't. Regretfully, I'm switching back to Thunderbird.

Hey dnswatson,

thanks for your feedback and we are sorry to hear about the occurring issue.

The "sorting" feature is on our Roadmap and we will get to it as soon as we can.

If you would like to give Mailbird another try, please disable animation and update your graphic card driver, that may make a huge difference in terms of speed.

If not, please do contact our support team (support@getmailbird.com), we are more than happy to help you getting Mailbird up and running smoothly on your PC also.

Have a great week and thanks for your support.

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Great Product / Poor Customer Service

Comment by SFowler
about Mailbird · Dec 2014 · Helpful Not helpful

I tested Mailbird for several months. I liked what I saw in the product. I then paid for the Pro version. That's when the positives I received from Andrea were offset and darkened by one of her staff members (L.S.).

There was an issue during the payment process and I found Mailbird's Customer Service priorities lacking. L.S. never attempted to address the problem, except to argue. I paid in full. No argument there. They didn't provide a promised discount because of a problem with their system. Not much money, but a lot of principle is involved.

That left me questioning...
If I had a REAL PROBLEM with my email, would they approach it correctly? My recent experience suggests not. That's a problem and that's why I decided to stop using Mailbird.

Andrea and her staff don't realize there are many acceptable email options available and not addressing clients properly is a dangerous business proposition - especially for a relatively new start-up. I've made it fine for more than 20 years without Mailbird and I'll be fine without them going forward. Until and unless the Mailbird team is willing to demonstrate the importance of good customer service, I'll take my business elsewhere.

I consider this post a Neutral Post. The Positive is the product, as experienced by me over a two month period. The offsetting negative is their customer service philosophy, as seen in how they handle issues.

Steve...

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A really good email client

Comment by jokky102
about Mailbird · Nov 2014 · Helpful Not helpful

Mailbird is a new email client not known much to the general public (so we have to spread the news)

I'm using it for 3 days already and i can pretty much give an opinion about this client.
The UI is actually very very good. It's simple and gives you all the option you need easy to find
You can integrate if you want facebook and other neat cool stuff.

It just takes little time to set up (you set the email and password of the email you use and mailbird will automatically set all the option needed and if you want you can do it manually

So my opinion on this is TRY IT!!!!

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