The Bat! Home Edition

The Bat! Home Edition

4 stars

Editor's Rating

5 (3)

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e-mail client The Bat! is an email client that protects your information through multiple encryption streams, with the option to keep all information encrypted on you disk, and to protect emails during communication using end-to-end encryption (E2EE). The program can work without global email providers that keep your messages in the cloud, where they can be stolen. It keeps your emails on your computer to make them private. The Bat! also blocks malicious code and tracking pixels that spread via email. The Bat! is able to process and store an unlimited number of messages and has no restriction on the number of email accounts accessible via IMAP, POP, MAPI protocols. Copyright

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Product Details

Publisher RITlabs Price $35.00
Version 11.2.1  history Last updated Jun 11, 2024
File Size 33.1 Mb Requirements None

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Best email client. 5 stars by Edu_SS Dec 28, 2011 (Read all my 7 reviews)
I used a lot of free email clients in my life: Thunderbird, Foxmail, Pegasus, Dreamail... Thunderbird and Foxmail, I used them for years. They are very stable and powerful programs, but requires tons of RAM to run. The Bat is very powerful, very easy, very pretty and only requires a bit of RAM to run. It's very light. Special program. show Review details
Great features in one package 5 stars by petr_nadenik Jun 23, 2007
I like TB very much, it has excellent templates, powerful filters and useful plugins, I am using it since version 1 and even I tested many alternatives, I am staying with The Bat! because its the best show Review details
Among the best 5 stars by TwoEars Apr 25, 2007 (Read all my 26 reviews)
It has everything needed except 1) scripting language for advance use and 2) HTML templates (templates currently only allows plain text). Apart that it is very stable, open (many import/export for e-mails/contacts), and easily transportable (backup/restore the database is a snap). One can regret the lack of communication of its developers. Also, no cross-platform but Windows only. show Review details
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