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    • by Bloop (Siena, Italy)

      If Apple Mail is not enough for your tastes, you should definitely try AirMail, which is an excellent email client with a lot of features for power users.

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    • by Apple, Inc. (California, USA)

      As with many of Apple’s entry-level products, it may seem a stripped-down software, with little functions for better manage your emails, but actually, it’s a good email client. And most of all, it’s free.

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    • by Microsoft Corp. (USA)

      There’s probably no one that doesn’t know Microsoft Outlook: at the very least, everyone has heard its name, and most of us have come across this infamous email client, once in our lifetime. But many things have changed since its initial release, twenty years ago.

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    • by Opera Software (Norway)

      You probably know Opera for its excellent browser, fast, secure and free. They recently released Opera Mail as a standalone product, separated from the browser (it lived for years as a component of Opera). As you can expect from the developers of one of the most undervalued browsers in the world, this is a solid email client and works seamlessly with most providers.

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    • by Claws Mail

      Claws Mail is a powerful free email client for Windows and Unix operating systems (that includes Linux and macOS as well). It is a versatile piece of software, but has two major downsides…

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    • The first is to offer more than Microsoft’s Outlook, the default choice for businesses that need to manage their email communications. And the second challenge is to offer more than Gmail, the default choice for individuals who need to manage their email communications.

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    • Nylas N1 is a free email client for macOS, with many useful productivity features that comes handy when you have to manage your to-dos alongside your communications.

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    • Inky

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      Arcode Corporation, Inc.

      Inky is a good-looking email client designed to offer an alternative to Outlook. It offers a free and a paid version, both with a one-time setup for all your devices, desktop and mobile.

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    • Postbox

      Postbox is one of the oldest alternative email clients for Mac and Windows out there, once characterized by an outdated user interface.

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    • Freron Software, Copenhagen, Denmark.

      MailMate is an ugly, but powerful and “keyboard-centric” email client for Mac. It does not focus on the design but provides a feature-rich text-based approach to email.

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    • CloudMagic

      CloudMagic is a relatively new email client for Mac users, now available in the Mac App Store after months of developments. The Mac version came after the successful iOS and Android app version.

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    • eM Client

      eM Client is one of the best email client alternatives for Windows. Being around for nearly ten years now, the client takes advantage of a long development offering many great features and a better integration with Microsoft products thanks to the AirSync support.

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    • Eightloops GmbH

      Unibox offers a radically different approach to email, providing a people-centric email client. It’s very well-designed, intuitive and easy to use thanks to the sleek and one-window interface.

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