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Desktop email clients are great for when you need to manage multiple accounts from various providers. If that sounds like you and you’re running OS X, you’ll want to give Airmail a try.
The app has been updated with a boatload of handy new features. You’ll now find that it offers smart folders, as well as the ability to allow notifications only from select contacts that you add to a list.
In addition, you can schedule emails to be sent at a later time, and customize gestures as well as keyboard shortcuts and menus for greater control over the app.
Airmail also launched an iOS version recently. If you use that, you can have your VIP contacts synced between your devices to better manage your notifications.
The app is available for $9.99 in the Mac App Store; existing users can upgrade to version 3.0 with all these new features for free.
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