The Bat Home Edition is an email client that allows working with unlimited number of the mailboxes, has sorting filters, fully customizable message templates, and Mail Dispatcher. For the Home Edition the multilingual interface can be downloaded separately, they are included in the International Pack. Home Edition spell checker dictionaries can be downloaded separately they are included in the International Pack.
What's new in this version:
Version 6.7.7 improves handling of URLs with non-ASCII characters.
Nice looking and a ton of tweaks. It was easy to import my address book and old emails.
It doesn't display incoming HTML emails. Help is not up-to-date with the current release. The forum is not deliniated by version so you get a lot of false hits for old versions of the product. You can't use a signature file. It seemed slow.
I was a Outlook Express user in XP before upgrading to Windows 7 and having to find a e-client. I didn't know how good I had it before. There just seems to be so many tweeks that are needed in an effort to do what you want but I just couldn't get to where I wanted. I couldn't edit html source emails in the client prior to forwarding. Some of the things that look good on the surface become very tiresome to do all the time. I found many instances where there were tweeks that you could make but only on each individual item, for instance, I needed to tweek each address to get the addresses to display like I wanted... each one individually... ugh. I couldn't make a single account the defauld for sending mail... it's the first account you create I guess. I guess I expected more from an email client that you had to pay for versus the free clients. Someone is going to make a killing win thes arena when they make a OE clone. Overall I think they are just trying to make a single program be all things to all people. Never happen.