One Stop Shop Email Management

— July 10, 2013

EuroSmartz, a provider of business apps, has released its AltaMail app for iPhone and iPad. The app supports virtually all email accounts and lets users fully customize inboxes with rich features such as auto-reply, templates, custom notifications and automatic ‘mark as read’ capabilities.

The app combines multiple email accounts (nearly all types supported) and uses templates to create personalized, high-volume mailshots or mail merges for custom groups directly from a mobile device.

Automated email handling is via a sophisticated rules engine. Replies can be automated with a merge template, out office replies or custom actions, with rules based on sender, subject and other criteria.

Users can also customize notifications and view all new/unread email across all accounts by tapping on the new/unread count beside the inbox. In addition, a “send later” feature allows when an email will be sent by a specific date and time.

Notifications can also be briefly suspended, or skipped for selected senders. Email sounds can be set for different individuals or accounts. A link to calendar events allows for “automatic quiet time” during meetings or important events. In addition, email attachments can be saves locally or in the cloud, or converted to PDF.

App Features

  • Support for the vast majority of email accounts available including POP, IMAP, Exchange, Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail and many, many more
  • View all email accounts simultaneously
  • Action multiple emails across multiple accounts concurrently
  • Full account set-up wizard - just add email address and password

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