Outlook Wizard: create order and save time with e-mail management
- View all emails chronologically, regardless of location
- Easy tagging system
- One-click email filing
- Takes time to learn all its features
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yourMail is a tool that helps automatically sort emails in your Microsoft Outlook inbox.
If you regularly receive a small mountain of emails a day, you probably know how frustrating and time consuming it can be to sort through them all and archive the ones you want to keep but no longer currently need.
yourMail helps harried office workers by automatically sorting their email inbox. This free add-on for Microsoft Outlook helps keep your email organized through a variety of useful features. There's one-click email filing, the ability to categorize and tag your emails en masse and the option to add filters for easier email location to name a few great features.
In addition, yourMail offers the ability to add individual notes to an email for your own personal reference. yourMail also gives you the option to view your mail chronologically from when it was received, regardless of what folder you happen to have filed individual emails into. This is extremely useful if you're trying to read a batch of emails sent on the same day as one another.
yourMail has so many features in fact that it might be a little difficult to initially get a handle on all of them. Once you get the hang of using yourMail though, organizing your Outlook inbox should become easier.
If you're in search of a multi-featured way to organize emails in Microsoft Outlook, look no further than yourMail.
- Full functionality usable without activation process Improved performance Office 64 bit support Tag emails individually within the filing, delete them or transform emails directly into Tasks Improved User Interface within “inbox filing” and “email filing” suitable for smaller resolutions Product videos for a faster and easier set up and system operation