Inky is quite impressive from the start, with an attractive user interface, and functions which are easy to customize. It is designed with simplicity and easy functionality in mind.
The software gathers all your email accounts in one interface, and organizes them according to relevance. It therefore makes it very easy for a user with multiple email accounts and addresses to properly manage them from a single platform.
Inky can also be used to access all your email accounts from any platform, as it supports windows, Mac, android and IOS. With this support for multiple platforms, your different email accounts will all be within easy reach.
Account set up for inky includes an added security feature in the form of a security question, the answer to which will serve as a security check if the password is forgotten. Therefore you will not be permanently locked out if your password escapes your mind.
The different email messages from different accounts can be organized into different folders for quick identification and easy access, and the different folders can be customized in different ways. This helps you to properly organize your emails so that you can easily access any particular email message of your choice.
All the mails from the different accounts appear in one box. The various mails can however be arranged in different categories such as the name of the sender, the time they were received, the purpose of the mails, and how relevant the different mails are.
Email messages can also be composed, and sent through inky. In composing messages from inky, you can make any of your multiple accounts the sender of the message. This makes it very easy for you to quickly send email messages from any of your multiple email accounts.
The email messages processed through inky are encrypted. This makes for increased security in email exchanges and reduces the risk of interception of your confidential mails.
The possible downsides to the software may be the presence of occasional glitches. It may take a long time to load sometimes, or opening a window may be delayed. The software also consumes a lot of memory space. however, compared to the many advantages of using the software, these few set backs are trivial, and can be expected to be gradually overcome in future more efficient releases of the software.
Everyone starts with a 14 day free trial which gives you full access to all features so you can evaluate how Inky works within your organization. After the trial period, Inky remains free for users who access only GMail, iCloud, and Outlook.com accounts. For other types of accounts (e.g., Exchange, Office 365, business IMAP), a paid subscription must be purchased for $5 per user per month.
|Inky 4.1.0 (1.4.6 Sep 11, 2017||Inky now lets users send and receive encrypted mail for all a user's accounts on all devices. Inky automatically handles the headaches and complexities of cryptographic key management.|
|Inky 3.3.0 (1.1.4 Mar 29, 2017||Inky now lets users send and receive encrypted mail for all a user's accounts on all devices. Inky automatically handles the headaches and complexities of cryptographic key management.|
|Inky 3.2.7 (0.1.4 Mar 14, 2017||Inky now lets users send and receive encrypted mail for all a user's accounts on all devices. Inky automatically handles the headaches and complexities of cryptographic key management.|
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