Mailbird has a flat interface style, and the initialized color scheme is very similar to Outlook. The menu on the left can also fully displayed or only show icons as required. You can adjust Mailbird to an up-down structure or a left-right structure in the settings, and you can change the color scheme freely. The Surface in the official website's picture is not a display, and Mailbird has optimized the touch screen accordingly.
Besides, Mailbird also has many shortcut keys, which is very convenient.
Sometimes, the tedious operations that need to be manually set in most old mail clients on Windows are always nerve-racking when it comes to mail clients. In Mailbird, login to common mailbox services such as Outlook, Gmail, and iCloud can be configured and set directly according to your user name.
Mailbird integrates many third-party services in the client, most of which are calendar services and To-Do applications. It seems that they want to create a convenient workspace in the mail client. Just open the service you need in Apps in the lower-left corner and log in.
For example, if you need to check the information in Evernote when writing an email, you can quickly click Evernote in the sidebar to check it.
For some old mail clients on Windows, most people have a heavy and mixed impression on them. The ill-planned menu bar, the editor as heavy as Word when writing emails, and the account that needs to be set manually make many people have no habit of using the mailbox client.
Mailbird's design and imagination of the mailbox make the mailbox client play a more significant role, and changes the bloated software interface in the past, coupled with the integration of various online services, makes your mail processing on Windows easier.
One of the great things about Mailbird is that it can automatically aggregate the mails from different mailboxes according to the receiving time, which is a boon for a mailbox madman like me. It is very convenient to read all the emails in one place.
Finally, I must say that Mailbird wins "The Best Mail Client on Windows" almost every year.