Clean Email helps you gain control over your neglected email service
If you’ve let you email get out of control, this might be for you.
Even though email is one of the most used and most important tools in the internet, many people still have issues keeping their inboxes under control, which can really slow down their email system. Cleaning an inbox in that state is not easy, especially as many of those messages may actually be unwanted but have enough real messages intertwined that a pure wipe is impossible.
A good way to tackle the cleaning of your inbox is to use a tool that automates this task, such as Clean Email. This email management tool can be used by people that want to have their inboxes clean and organized for a better overall email experience. In addition, it can also stop spam and help users unsubscribe to unwanted emails.
How Clean Email works
Clean Email works by analyzing your emails and grouping the messages in bundles called “Smart Views”, like Top Senders, Subscriptions and Newsletters, Project Management Tools, among others. All the emails inside these bundles can be managed at once, but it should be noted that a maximum of 1000 messages can be managed for free.
This tool also has some very useful Premium features, which include “Auto Clean”, which lets users set up rules for automatic cleaning, and “Unsubscriber”, which lists all the subscriptions present in the inbox and makes it easy for users to unsubscribe to whichever lists they want. On the tool’s website, users can also check additional information on how to unsubscribe from emails.
The service doesn’t look at the actual contents of the messages
For those concerned about privacy, know that Clean Email does not access the entirety of the emails – it just analyses the email headers, which only contains information related to the subject, sender and recipient information, dates, email size, and other metadata. This data is indexed in Clean Email’s servers for 45 days, after which it is removed.
In addition, the service clearly promises that not any of this data will ever be used or sold for other purposes other than the normal operation of the tool.
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