Your domain is key to building your company brand, and your email address is just as critical. When your email address is your company name, you’re marketing your business with every email. The research shows that the average business person sends and receives over 100 emails every day- a huge opportunity to reinforce your business identity. And, we at ImagiNET Ventures in Chennai, India do just that.
For efficient email handling, message templates and the options to schedule emails and be reminded when you receive no reply in time stand out as exceptionally useful. Text snippets and possibly a dash of machine learning could make both the templates and regular email writing even easier, and the filters for sorting email could be more versatile.
iGmail is Google’s approach to email and instant messaging.
That means collecting lots and lots of emails (with ample, though not unlimited storage), then relying on search and sorting to find them again.
True to that proposition, Gmail categorizes emails automatically using tabs (Primary, Social, and Promotions among others) automatically and comes with powerful search tools, which also double as helpful filters. Here, Gmail shines. Its spam filter, of course, also profits from the email analytics smarts and is practically precise.
Gmail’s web interface lets you see messages in the immediate context of their conversation and helps you jump over the answering hurdle with contextually appropriate answer snippets to get you started.
POP and IMAP access let you access your email with any email program or device. Unfortunately, Gmail itself can retrieve email only from POP accounts. Its use as the one hub to access all your email accounts is thus limited, in spite of all Gmail’s power (you can use an external SMTP server to send using non-Gmail addresses, for instance, to make sure your emails do not appear to be junk).
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