Outlook users have always had to be part programmer in order to get the most out of  Outlook’s email filtering. In order to effectively minimise spam and non-essential email dozens of filters had to be created.

They looked with a great deal of envy at Gmail when Google flexed it’s search and analytics muscle and rebuilt Gmail to automatically identify important email, and parse out non-essential email.

Sanebox steps into the fray, and filters and sorts email at source, meaning it works great with apps like Outlook Apple mail and more.

In this demo I take a look at using Sanebox to overcome email overload, in Outlook!

Join Steve for a free Inbox Zero course

Get control of your inbox courtesy of Me (Steve Dotto) and the good folks here at Lifehack. For a limited time you can take my 3 Steps to Inbox Zero course for FREE ($99 value) Click here for more info.

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Outlook users have always had to be part programmer in order to get the most out of  Outlook’s email filtering. In order to effectively minimise spam and non-essential email dozens of filters had to be created.

They looked with a great deal of envy at Gmail when Google flexed it’s search and analytics muscle and rebuilt Gmail to automatically identify important email, and parse out non-essential email.

Sanebox steps into the fray, and filters and sorts email at source, meaning it works great with apps like Outlook Apple mail and more.

In this demo I take a look at using Sanebox to overcome email overload, in Outlook!

Join Steve for a free Inbox Zero course

Get control of your inbox courtesy of Me (Steve Dotto) and the good folks here at Lifehack. For a limited time you can take my 3 Steps to Inbox Zero course for FREE ($99 value) Click here for more info.

For a limited time, 3 Steps to Inbox Zero is FREE!!!

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