March 17, 2016 in Mail (E)
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Shortly after MailButler's release, Feingeist Software GmbH has announced that their Apple Mail assistant will now offer one more feature: Email Tracking. With this new option Apple Mail users will always know if the recipient has actually opened their email.
It provides the necessary information to plan the next step in communication with a person. In businesses, this feature turns into a strong analytical tool and becomes an absolute must-have for everybody doing sales, CRM or customer support. In private email conversations, tracking secures you from unnecessary repeats and reminders.
MailButler is a personal assistant for efficient and productive work with Apple Mail. With its various functions, it simplifies, optimizes and streamlines working with emails in one's daily life. MailButler already offers such features as:
* Email Scheduling: lets you schedule your emails to be sent at a specific date and time in the future
* Emails To Notes: allows you to easily convert your emails into notes
* Upload to Cloud: allows you to effortlessly send attachments independent of their size
With the new powerful email analytics tool of Email Tracking MailButler users get the opportunity to improve open rates and email responses. The developers at Feingeist Software promise that more new features are planned and will be added to MailButler in future.
Based in Berlin, Germany, Feingeist develops useful software for Mac OS X. The company was founded with the vision to make the life of Mac users easier, and help them complete their daily tasks in the most convenient and elegant way. The developers perceive security, privacy and productivity as the most important modern problems with their main products particularly target these problems. Their software includes an Apple Mail assistant MailButler, and a VPN client Shimo. They have one target: to simplify life and optimize one's daily productivity. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Feingeist Software GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.