Best Email Clients 2018

over 3 years ago from Thibault Penin, Freelance Filmmaker

  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, over 3 years ago

    Yes, if you work in any corporate environment you'll pretty much have to use an email client. Gmail isn't professional

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    • David ThornDavid Thorn, over 3 years ago

      Are you referring to the @gmail.com not being professional or the usage of the gmail client itself?

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      • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, over 3 years ago

        Hmm, both really, but more in the sense that managing several non-gmail addresses in the platform gets problematic.

        In my client, for instance, I have four different corporate email addresses I have to keep track of during the day. In gmail you can only really see the emails from one of the accounts at a time (you need to interact with the top-level menu to see what other accounts are doing), where I need to be able to monitor all four at once. Using Apple Mail (and sometimes Thunderbird on my PC) makes for a better workflow.

        Though personally I view a @gmail address as being personal and not professional. (i.e. If I'm contacting XYZbusiness, I want to see a @XYZbusiness.com email address to add a level of reassurance that I'm dealing with a legitimate entity). However I currently use a gmail address for my freelance stuff. One day I need to re-register my old personal domain again though, lol.

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    • Patrick LoonstraPatrick Loonstra, over 3 years ago

      Using Gmail, like GSuit, is superprofessional. It gives you less hassle of maintaining mailserver stuff, so you can use that time for you business.

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      • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, over 3 years ago

        To be honest, it's not when you need to keep track of where your data is actually located. Having IP sitting in offshore servers isn't good enough for a lot of companies.

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