Date Added:Jul. 22, 2015
Price:Free to try (30-day trial); $46.22 to buy
Downloads Last Week:2
Product ranking:#41 in E-mail Software
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Effective filtering and templates
Most secure email client of all
Cool mass mail feature
Takes some time to learn about all the features
One of the most powerful email clients out there. Supports POP, IMAP, has HTML and PGP encryption built right in. Not as bloated nor as expensive as other clients with such a long list of features and options. My MailVoyager has been invaluable during my business trips.
Takes a little time to learn all of the options.
For professional users who need corporate security, flexibility, and portability without the corporate cost.
Great for retrieving multiple accounts simultaneously, terrific sorting and filtering capabilities. It seems impervious to cyber-attack. Very reliable.
It has a steep learning curve and isn't the most capable HTML producer but these short coming are a minor drawback to an otherwise stellar piece of software.
I'd give it a 5, however, there's always room for improvement and the Bat! team is constantly improving their gear. I recommend it highly. Been using it for over a decade, tried others, they just cannot compete.
I usually received emails, and you can customize the templates.
I didn't always receive emails, nor did the other people in my company.
DO NOT USE!!!
Easy, good looking
Misteriously 2x I lost my mails with this soft :(( It also dont work well with Norton Internet security for me, have to always switch off email protection to send mail.
Need something more secure for my mails
Cannot find an option to send messages with built-in html. Maybe someone knows?
Backups - they act some wrong way. Difficult to customize their schedule.
I like The Bat and I'm used to it. I'd like to try something new, but I can see no alternative at the moment.
Reply by brain5677 on October 26, 2011
In the Composing Messages view there are a lot of different and powerful functions contained in the bottom menus. Everything from read-receipts, to various language spell checkers, to HTML composition, and even PGP encryption built right in.
Imports address books & messages easily. Defines & schedules backups. Drag & drop folders, common or individual. Multiple accounts (POP3, IMAP4 & MAPI). Select mail on server BEFORE getting it on board. Flexible filtering. Many functions. Reliable..
Austere GUI (for users of Poco or Thunderbird) or a bit MS-like (for users of Pegasus). Building a complex filtering system while keeping it efficient takes some planning, time, pencil & paper - and logic.
I've used Eudora until Qualcomm killed it in 2007. Experimented then with Poco Mail, Pegasus, Thunderbird and Opera. I'm using Outlook on a laptop. TheBat! was then (and still is, IMHO) as reliable as Outlook (but safer), as stable as Eudora (but richer), much lighter on resources than Thunderbird or even Poco (and faster) and much easier for dummies (like a servant) than Pegasus.
Powerful, flexible, gets the job done... if you want to spend the time to learn it.
No built-in HTML viewer (to bad); aimed at more technical ("geekish") users; expensive for what it offers; GUI not as polished as others; slow support.
I paid for TheBat and gave it a shot for longer than the trial. I went back to Barca from PocoSystems (I unfortunately question that company's future)
Excellent usability, nice features, there're almost no problems. What else do you need? And it's really fast one if you compare it with outlook
Don't know why, sometimes it fails so i've to restart it.
Small handy e-mail software.
The best feature is the e-mail folder setting. You can configure every folder for you needs. I use it, to answer with different e-mail addresses and different templates out of different folder.
EMAP functions should be improved.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.ritlabs.com/|
|Release Date||July 22, 2015|
|Date Added||July 22, 2015|
|Operating Systems||Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/NT 4|
|Downloads Last Week||2|
|License Model||Free to try|