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Six Tools to Help You Gain Control of Your Inbox

  • Six Tools to Help You Gain Control of Your Inbox-

    Vade Retro

    Vade Retro estimates that between 50 and 75 percent of emails are graymail – low priority mail that isn't necessarily spam. The filtering engine classifies each message in different categories: commercial emails and newsletters, social network notifications, virus, spam, and legitimate email. Based on its classification and the probability that a given message is spam, the engine determines the appropriate action, from tagging, rejecting, dropping, or routing the message.

    The platform also offers a Safe Unsubscribe feature that lets you unsubscribe from all unwanted graymail in one click, and it works with whatever unsubscribe method (email, through a direct unsubscribe Web page, or through Web pages with forms) the sender uses.

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Six Tools to Help You Gain Control of Your Inbox

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    Vade Retro

    Vade Retro estimates that between 50 and 75 percent of emails are graymail – low priority mail that isn't necessarily spam. The filtering engine classifies each message in different categories: commercial emails and newsletters, social network notifications, virus, spam, and legitimate email. Based on its classification and the probability that a given message is spam, the engine determines the appropriate action, from tagging, rejecting, dropping, or routing the message.

    The platform also offers a Safe Unsubscribe feature that lets you unsubscribe from all unwanted graymail in one click, and it works with whatever unsubscribe method (email, through a direct unsubscribe Web page, or through Web pages with forms) the sender uses.

Is your inbox out of control? Join the club. While a number of collaboration tools are coming to the fore with the goal of becoming an organization's main mode of communication, email is still by far the most prevalent platform for sharing information. We spend hours every day sorting through incoming messages in an attempt to keep on top of projects, but have to deal with tons of spam, scams and less than productive trash. If only there was a better way to deal with all the mess. Well, there just may be.

Our sister site, Small Business Computing, recently identified six tools that can help you wrangle the chaos of your inbox. We've featured those tools in this slideshow.