"Perhaps you are a hospital patient, worried about someone seeing your emailed X-rays, or an accountant checking a client's sensitive financial information over an email message. Or you're a CFO of a large company and want to find novel ways to tackle phishing problems that have become an epidemic in the workplace. One Bethesda company wants to counteract those problems. It's released a new email encryption app that keeps your mails protected and confidential."
Inky, a leader in email management, today announced its new email service, which offers an easy way to encrypt, tag, and manage email on multiple accounts. A drop-in replacement for Microsoft Outlook, Inky’s simple interface, combined with intelligence-grade encryption and smart tagging of messages, offers seamless management of email for desktop and mobile users.
Inky, the most sophisticated email application on the market, has reached industrial strength, offering users a real alternative to Microsoft Outlook at a lower cost. As of today, Inky supports Microsoft Exchange (including calendar functionality), runs on Android devices (in addition to iPhones, iPad, Macs, and Windows PCs), and institutes a powerful #hashtagging system that lets users create and fine-tune custom mailboxes. It’s also lightning fast and has a gorgeous new user interface.
“Our time is too precious to spend it hitting delete, unsubscribing from lists, and shuffling old messages into folders. Let’s stop drowning in bacn and start dealing with it. – Dave Baggett, Founder, inky.com”
“Inky includes useful tools such as one-click unsubscribe, maps for messages that contain addresses and ink drops that predict relevance, with lighter drops indicating a message will be less important to you.”
“It has some nice features in tow, like one-tap unsubscribe, address mapping, package tracking, quick “canned” replies, and Dropbox integration. All of these work fairly well and make it feel like more than just an email client.”
“Inky’s popular email client for Mac and Windows has extended to iOS devices, giving iPhone and iPad users a new option for organizing multiple email accounts into a single inbox. The platform offers a mix of standard email features, like sorting by author or message size, and Inky-specific tools, like the platform’s ability to measure an email based on relevance.”