3.8 out of 5 with 79 ratings

Mailbird Reviews

It markets itself was an email client for professi...

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It markets itself as an email client for professionals yet it doesn't support CardDAV or CalDAV and they have no intention of implementing these features.

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explain any use case of this.


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My personal experience with Mailbird isn't something satisfactory. It does crash quite a few times (tho may attribute to the Windows 10 release at that time)
However, I found the interface and functionality is inferior to the native Small Windows 10 iconWindows 10 Small Microsoft Mail and Calendar iconMicrosoft Mail and Calendar client

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Mailbird could be a good mail software if they accept to integrate Carddav/Caldav. When you ask for it, they say that the team will check how it can be done, but this is never done. (I have see messages from 2015 asking for it).

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tell me any use case of this?


Only supports 1 account on the free version

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that's it, has a great interface, really got me catched... till the moment I saw it only supports 1 account...

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best mail client ever

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This is application is combination of 3 most important things which make any app success: user-friendly, lightweight, and concentrated on feature what it do.
Mailbird much lighter then thunderbird and can easly process very big amounts of data much better then any alternative for windows in market for this time. It uses 4x less memory and just 0-1% of CPU when working in background (if compare to thunderbird with the same amount of email boxes, and emails). It uses only 160MB of storage to save all mails on disk, for example thunderbird at the same time uses up to few GB's. With this tool you can be really productive with email processing. You should try. Free version to be clear very limited, but paid one cost some money, but it worth it!

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The best mail client what i have ever seen before.

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I am a very demanding user. I'm using at the same time around 30-35 at some times 40-60 different ACTIVE mail accounts. On each account i receiving 2-3-5 emails daily (depends on a day). So, i have really a lot of work with mail's. Summary, i have around ~30.000-35.000 emails in my boxes (together).

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This is to be clear VERY BIG amount of emails. Performance of a mail client is very important for me. Glitches, lags, heavy CPU / RAM usage it's a first reason to stop using app. I have tried outlook, thunderbird, other mail apps. All of them has used a lot of PC resources, a lot of RAM, and VERY BIG amount of storage (7-8GB just to store all of my mails). Average usage of Thunderbird were around 500-700MB of RAM, and very heavy CPU usage. I really tired of lags from Thunderbird... So, 1 year ago i decide to move all of my emails to new software, with next important requirements:

  1. Multiaccount support
  2. Lightweight, without heavy resource usage
  3. Free or Cheap license
  4. Possible to hide to tray / receive nice notifications
  5. Easy and fast search inside all boxes
  6. Mails sorts without removing
  7. A Tool which i will always keep in my tray and which i will use many times per day should looks not awful like Thunderbird.

And? And i found mailbird somewhere, and i start to love it from the first look. I have downloaded free version, then i bought paid one, and what i get?

  1. Adequate resource usage, much lower then Thunderbird or Outlook.
    For example, right now i have ~30-35K PROCESSED emails, and my mailbird using just 108MB of RAM, and 0-1% cpu usage on Core2Duo processor with 4GB of ram!

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To be clear, this is MEGA good results! i do not feeling ANY lags anymore because of my very big amount of mails and mail software which always running in my task-bar.

  1. First time on my life i got very organized emails. I do not missing any emails, i can process ALL of them, or move to archive, or mark as important, or replace to another storage, etc. Usually to process 50-60 mails dayly i have used before mailbird around 2 hours per day. Right now with mailbird i'm spending up to 30 minutes or less, because app always runned at my taskbar, and if i receive mail i processing it instantly (because of mailbird my Inbox right now ZERO!)

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  1. How it looks like, oh, this is really super nice design this lightweight and very productive tool have. I really like it a lot.

  2. Extra tools, i'm using around maybe 10% of all available tools in mailbird, but time to time i like to use extra apps directly inside mailbird app, like todoist, or moo.do

I strngly recommend to use mailbird app, because this app very lightweight, very beautiftul, very intuitive and user-friendly, very easy to process high volumes of daily emails. Try it, and you will understand what i mean.

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10 October 2020 - Mailbird still the best mail client in the market.


WOW!

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I just got a new laptop with Windows 10, which I love; but I don't like Microsoft Mail, which doesn't have a unified inbox. I also wasn't happy with Outlook. I found reviews of Mailbird online, while looking for a clean, comprehensive app, and so far I am incredibly impressed with it. It is intuitive, and perfect for the way I think and work.

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Just bought the "pay once" license. So far I'm...

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Feels and looks good. 10/10 would buy again

[Edited by Eyji, May 12]

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An email client integrated with web browser for web applications, not with native program.

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Mailbird is awesome!

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Awesome email client!

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Mailbird has it all. Excellent handling of multiple email accounts, as well as the amazing integration of other productivity apps, such as Evernote, Todoist, Sunrise calendar and the Unroll.me.
With regards to your prediction that Microsoft will purchase this great Email client, I think they would be stupid not to!

Great work!!

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I thougth I would get a new fresher Incredimail version, but Mailbird is a dinosaur in mailbox systems, that gets snapped on to platforms from the 1990'ies. I was so stupid to pay for it, as I longed to find another one that could give me a smart and smooth solution, as I had before with Incredimail. I have just started to HATE Mailbox for it's bad performance. It's an agony to try to reorganize your different mailaddresses. No way it works trying to put it down in one mailbox. And I could go on....

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Your "Incredimail" - DEAD. Mailbird - alive.


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What a hilariously low quality application.

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Well worth the less than $25 for permenent use.

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Well worth the money for lifetime purchase. I'd only wish it were possible to have it on my Phone as well.

[Edited by JLmeister, May 08]

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