Email Clients

An email client, email reader, or more formally mail user agent (MUA), is a computer program used to access and manage a user's email.The term can refer to any system capable of accessing the user's email mailbox, regardless of it being a mail user agent, a relaying server, or a human typing on a terminal. In addition, a web application that provides message management, composition, and reception functions is sometimes also considered an email client, but more commonly referred to as webmail.Popular locally installed email clients include Microsoft Outlook, IBM Lotus Notes, Pegasus Mail, Mozilla's Thunderbird, The Bat!, Eudora, KMail in the Kontact suite, Evolution and Apple Inc.'s Mail.
Posts about Email Clients
  • Why PreHeader Text Is the Most Neglected Part of An Email

    … to action, followed by a brief summary of what the email is about. The summary directly supports the call to action. Notice that all these preheaders also begin with a verb. 2) Write your preheader with the understanding that subscribers using different email clients will see different lengths of it. Some email clients will show the first 75…

    Pam Neely/ GetResponse Blogin EMail- 20 readers -
  • 7 Spots to Score Free Email Marketing Templates

    … You want a stellar looking email newsletter, but starting from scratch sure can be tough. Thankfully you don’t have to go at it alone – there are plenty of high-quality, free email marketing templates that can help get you on your way to a classy, customized email newsletter that clients and customers will love! We’re bringing you seven sources…

    Megan Marrs/ WordStreamin EMail- 28 readers -
  • The Road To Email Design Superstardom & A Look Into The Future

    … put together a list of steps that you need to take. The Steps To Email Design Superstardom 1. Track Which Email Clients & Devices Are Most Popular Among Your Subscribers. Use an analytics tool such as Litmus or Email on Acid. Typically, mobile devices that use the WebKit rendering engine — such as iPhone and Android devices — offer the best…

    Andrew King/ Marketing Landin EMail- 18 readers -
  • Ensure Your Message Gets Read: 10 Essential Tips for Creating Mobile-Friendly Emails

    …. Compose short subject lines The amount of space mobile devices provide for displaying subject lines can make even the most succinct writer cry herself to sleep. Even though some email clients will display your entire subject line text, many do not. And since your subject line in an email is akin to your headline, you don’t want to cut it off and miss…

    Copybloggerin EMail- 18 readers -
  • 5 Emails Pushing The Boundaries Of HTML & CSS

    … I recently participated on a panel of email designers, hackers and entrepreneurs that discussed the many difficulties that email designers face with poor CSS support in various email clients and what developers could do to fix that issue. Despite the limitations of many email clients these days (even the new Inbox by Gmail app doesn’t support…

    Andrew King/ Marketing Landin EMail- 16 readers -
  • Inbox Love Exclusive Look At Inbox by Gmail

    … teams thinking on the future of email clients. She stressed that Inbox’s development will be driven by user feedback and that Google wants it to become a major platform for organizing communications and daily life. To add on, Agarwal confirmed that Gmail and Inbox will continue to be developed separately, and hinted that at some point…

    Ronnie Brant/ Movable Ink Blogin Google- 13 readers -
  • 250ok: The Inbox Placement Alternative to Return Path

    … campaigns look in over 30 email clients and mobile devices before you send. Our comprehensive design reports include rendering previews, images and links analysis, spam checking, and more. Email Informant – measure how customers engage with your email campaigns. Did they read the email in length or simply skim through it? Did they forward your…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail- 22 readers -
  • A Checklist for Avoiding Mistakes in Email Marketing

    … doing the sends for you: Include that number in the briefing. Check! Beware of technical problems and incorrect links Check the technical part of your campaign. Make sure that your email displays well in all email clients like gmail, outlook as well as in mobile email clients. Also check if there are no problems with the HTML code and make sure…

    Jordie Van Rijn/ GetResponse Blogin Social EMail- 7 readers -
  • Top 25 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: September 26, 2014

    Posted September 26, 2014 by John Anyasor | Each week, we scour the web to uncover valuable articles and blog posts for our readers on the topics of inbound marketing, local optimization, search optimization, social media, and much more. It’s been a great September month in the inbound marketing world.

    John Anyasor/ UpCity Daily Tips- 20 readers -
  • 4 Tools and Tips That Will Help You Be a More Analytical Marketer

    … – or don’t – based on the facts. User behavior doesn’t lie. Litmus Email Previews If you’ve ever sent HTML emails, you’ve probably experienced headache-inducing rendering issues across different email clients. Litmus is a tool that will completely change your perspective on the email campaign testing process. Instead of enlisting the help of everyone you…

    Brittney Sheffield/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 6 readers -
  • 10 Email Marketing Tips for Professionals

    … to load, and often, large images or graphics are the cause of slow loading speeds. Large background images significantly bog down the time it takes to load a message in most email clients, which ultimately harms the user experience and your conversion rate. Email clients such as Gmail actually block images automatically and require manual permission…

    Matt Hoggatt/ Adknowledge Blogin EMail- 11 readers -
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