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Mailbird, an email client that continues to grow in popularity among Windows users, announced today that its users can now automatically import their email accounts from Outlook, Thunderbird, and other popular Windows email clients.
Mailbird CEO Andrea Loubier and CTO Michael Olsen confirmed the news. “After celebrating our recent milestone of 1,000,000 accounts, we are excited to make it easier than ever to switch to Mailbird”, commented Andrea.
Michael added “We’ve been working on this import feature for a while, now. There have been literally thousands of requests for it, and we are dedicated to providing our users what they need. With so many people asking us to help making switching to Mailbird easier with features like account import, I’m confident we will be celebrating 10,000,000 accounts soon.”
The company, which was launched in 2012 has continued to develop new features aimed at bringing email together with all the other tools people use to communicate, plan, schedule, and stay connected into one amazing platform. By bringing all these tools together, Mailbird makes it easier to stay connected with one, easy to use, client (instead of half a dozen separate browser tabs). Gmail users, in particular, enjoy the ability to manage multiple accounts from the comfort of their PCs, without having to switch accounts or remain connected to the internet.