Email ManagementGet a Handle On It With SaneBox

Most of us would like to have the ability to reply to important emails in a timely manner. However, this can be difficult when you’re receiving hundreds of emails every day, and you’ve also got meetings to attend, clients to help and projects to complete.  This is enough to drive anyone insane.

SaneBox Helps You Take Control of Email

Sometimes it can be difficult to determine which emails are valid, and which ones are simply spam emails. There may have been occasions where you deleted important emails because you thought they were just spam.  But now there’s solution to this problem.

SaneBox is a great system for handling emails. You can try it out for free with their 14-day free trial, and chances are, you’ll want to upgrade to the full version. It’s extremely simple to set up, and very easy to use.

Once you sign up, you’ll receive a variety of new folders, such as SaneLater and SaneNews. SaneBox will filter through all of your emails, only sending the important ones to your inbox. This means that you’ll be able to check your inbox and reply to those important emails, and weed through the other folders when you have more time.

SaneBox will save you time spent shifting through spam emails every day, prevent you from trashing important emails, and save your sanity as well!

If you’re not feeling 100% in control of your email, then our team of IT service experts highly recommends that you try the free 14-day free trial of SaneBox.

I have a strong passion for helping Ottawa Businesses, Entrepreneurs and professionals to become more productive and successful while allowing them to feel at ease and secure when it comes to their Information Technology needs. As the President of Fuelled Networks since 1998, I specialize in providing no-nonsense flawless and prompt technical support to Ottawa businesses, with in-depth consulting on Fortinet, Microsoft, Microsoft Cloud Stack and security. I strive to help businesses to succeed and take great pride in building long-lasting positive relationships and taking on a strong leadership role within the Ottawa community.

Published On: 29th May 2013 by Ernie Sherman.