Enterprise-Grade Mobile Email Services Delivered to Business Users
Tuesday, January 20, 2015.
Blue Mail, a mobile communications app offering a free email service for consumers, has today announced the general availability of Blue Mail 1.6. This new update features Native Exchange to connect work email, in addition to the already existing support of IMAP and POP3. Corporate users can now use email ‘on the go’ via Blue Mail, alongside all their email accounts as one central hub.
Blue Mail capabilities are now also brought to Exchange accounts, creating a powerful mobile email experience. Furthermore, Blue Mail now includes an innovative Android Wear app, with the ability to quickly reply, mark emails for later action or set to done, as well as various customised actions directly from the wrist.
Blue Mail was created from the ground up as a mobile-centric email service. It enables users to unify all their email accounts with an intuitive, yet sophisticated user experience well-suited to the enterprise environment. Blue Mail supports virtually any email provider out-of-the-box, including Exchange, Gmail, Yahoo, Office 365, AOL, iCloud, Outlook and thousands of other domains. Push email is provided for any account, making email instantaneous in a near real-time fashion.
For corporate users, some of the features of Blue Mail that will be particularly useful include smart push notifications (quiet hours, snooze alerts and other preferences for meetings and discreet situations), creating task lists directly within the app, fully customisable menus and email actions to suit priorities, rich text signatures with company logos, a wireless printing function from the app, dynamic smart conversations by grouping emails and scrollable widgets for accessing inbox contents at a glance.
"Blue Mail is already revolutionising the mobile email space by making it simple, efficient, convenient yet powerful with a special emphasis on user experience that users love. Current experience offered by major email providers is outdated, as it was imported almost ‘as is’ from desktop to mobile. However, people have a different usage pattern while communicating via mobile. Blue Mail is positioned to lead this paradigm shift. Our new update is another step towards redefining how email should be done right for mobile," said Adam Perry, Marketing Director at Blue Mail.
"We believe mobile email is one of the most important applications on any mobile device. While we work hard to redefine the best experience, we are truly thankful for the amazing support and feedback we receive from our constantly growing user community."