I just read that CakeMail is now available for public beta testing. CakeMail is a white label email marketing platform that allows agencies and marketing companies (et al) to better run their clients’ email marketing campaigns.
so long to discover the joys of IMAP? I converted the other day because I was curious and have continued to be frustrated by POP in a multi-client multi-location email environment… and other than the fact that it doesn’t work with Yahoo Mail (my webmail client of choice) or GMail (what I would prefer to use, though it doesn’t work for me very well), it’s a revelation.
Intuitively and having played around with it a bit I can see the utility of this, but I’m curious about things that others have found useful to do using MailTags. So – what would/do you use it to do?
I asked for advice on how to filter emails such that known spam was deleted immediately from the server, while keeping a record in case of false positives. I hoped to do this directly in Apple Mail, but based on my research I found this to be impossible.
So I’ve gone back to using Spamfire, a program from Matterform that does just what I need. I have used it for a while, but in the past few months I started having more and more problems with it – in particular, it seemed to corrupt the mail spool on the POP server I was using. I hope it works better this time around.