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What's new in MailBar 1.1:
- Add new unread badge if conversation has more than one unread message.
- Add banner with junk status to message view.
- Fix video, audio, HTML attachments display issues.
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Constantly monitor your inbox and effortlessly manage your emails
The light and discreet application is designed to run in the background and display the number of new emails next to its menu bar icon. Thanks to MailBar, you can monitor and manage up to four different mailboxes.
From MailBar’s status bar menu you can easily view all existing emails or filter the list by showing only the unread messages. On top of that, MailBar comes with a powerful built-in search form that enables you to narrow down the list of displayed emails.
Mark, delete and reply to messages with ease
What is more, MailBar offers you the option to mark a message as read, reload it and even open it and read it directly from within the app. MailBar also offers you the option to pin it’s status bar menu to your desktop as you read and go through your emails.
By accessing the Preferences window, you can easily assign different colors to you mailboxes, enable or disable an inbox and select a different sound notification for each inbox. In addition, MailBar can be configured to automatically check for updates and launch at startup.
Set different inbox colors and notification sounds for each mailbox
It is worth mentioning that you are required to use Apple’s Mail application as an email client and have at least one active inbox in order for MailBar to properly function and display notifications nest to the status bar icon.
With MailBar’s help, you’ll be able to improve your work speed, read and manage your messages faster and easier without even opening the Mail application. Moreover, MailBar enables you to make sure you don’t miss and important email as work or perform other activities.
MailBar was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on January 13th, 2015
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.9 or later (Intel only)