Inky pulls all your email accounts together in one place. Inky also sorts your mail by relevance, letting you see your most important mail first. Enjoy your email again!
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The Bat! is one of the most powerful and versatile email clients available for Windows, and it successfully combines a good security record with ease of use.
Facebook has decided to retire the @facebook.com email service, which it had started for its one billion users, after merely three years of existence due to disappointing usage numbers.
Google has rolled out an update to Gmail allowing users to send emails to Google+ users without knowing their email address, while at the same time keeping their own address hidden from the recipient.
A weakness in the Pinterest social network made it possible for someone to modify a URL and view the email address associated with any account, within minutes. Pinterest claims this to be fixed.
Evernote has announced that they have been hacked, with user's email addresses, (encrypted) passwords and username data being stolen, although they claim documents weren't accessed.