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Unblab is an eMail client which is built with hope of making you use email as less as possible. Makes sense? No? It didn’t make sense for me either! I started digging up the site further to understand what it will doing.

Once you install the eMail client, it will track the way you organize your inbox, what you delete, what you mark as important, what you move to archives etc and after that if you choose, it will take over and organizes the eMails for you!!

user interface

What impressed me the most is its user interface. Just like the website, the inbox has a refreshing interface with box views. You can snooze the not-so-important mails which will snooze for a while just like your alarm clock and come back again to remind you!

If you prefer to keep your email address PRIVATE, then you can use the ReachWall option which lets you keep your eMail address hidden and give ReachWall as your initial point of contact!

Unblab is currently in Closed Beta and it is declared to be supporting Yahoo Mail, GMail, Hotmail, MS Outlook and AOL mail. Signup for a beta account today and be among the first few who will be offered beta accounts starting in early 2009. I am keenly looking forward to test this web 2.0 app, will surely revisit this post for a hands-on review!

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4 thoughts on “Unblab – Your EMail Won’t be the Same Again

  1. Interesting. But does it have access to all of your email? I wouldn’t feel very comfortable with that. I also have a system of organization (I’m a little obsessive about it) and would worry that it would change my way of doing things 😉

  2. It is just like any other eMail client (like Zimbra), so the privacy risks are inherited from within the technology. And it is based on some sort of ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, so you need to help it to improve and then help you back 🙂

    More than the actual service, I am looking forward to the technology trend it has brought in!

  3. where in the world do you get these things?? i envy your resourcefulness! ^_^

    will certainly sign up for these. it looks promising!

  4. I am with EmailTray which you may find better. Also, its not “Private Beta” so you can all use it now at least in its Email Notifier form (you can’t yet compose email from it but you can reply).

    The above evaluation didn’t say whether Unblab will mark read or delete email back at the source if it is processed in their GUI. By source I mean inside Outlook, Gmail, AOL, Yahoo and Hotmail at the very least. You don’t want users having to do double work by reprocessing the same mail in other interfaces.

    We’re supposed to own this space and its a shame that our press release didn’t get noticed by some people on October 20th. Please take a look.

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