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Boxer E-mail App Adds SaneBox Support



Boxer, my current and all-time favorite iOS e-mail client, has now added Sanebox to its list of features. Sanebox, if you don’t know it, is a service that weeds out the crap from your e-mail inbox and presses it into a solid nugget that can be easily disposed of, after you’ve picked it over for anything good. And you can now try it out without signing up, right inside Boxer itself.

Boxer is a super cool iPhone and iPad mail app, which turns your e-mail into a to-do list and overall e-mail nerve center, all whilst staying within the bounds of standard IMAP folders. I use it with Fastmail, and it’s pretty great. It has due dates, a dashboard overview, and you can even get an overview of your mail by sender.

And Sanebox is a third-party service which parses your incoming mail and separates out the stuff which isn’t spam, but which isn’t proper e-mail either. You can review these mails easily, and moving them back to your inbox will train Sanebox to treat the sender differently in future. If you are used to Gmail’s inbox filters, then you’ll love this.

You can also file a mail in a folder and have it pop up in your inbox again a day or a week from now, plus a lot more. It’s a pretty good service, now married to an even better e-mail client. Sanebox gives you a free trial when you sign up, and you’ll have to pay after a few weeks.

Source: Boxer App


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