The Bat! Email Client with Further Improvements for Efficient Email Management
Today, Ritlabs, SRL has released an updated version of the secure client email software, The Bat! v7.1.18.
"Our customers have relied on us to provide the most secure email available worldwide for the past 18 years, and we continue to deliver on this promise by enhancing The Bat!’s features and functionality," said Maxim Masiutin, Director of Ritlabs, SRL.
The Bat! users requested the ability to manage email more effectively in corporate networks with their secure email programs. The new version offers contact management in Exchange accounts, allowing for thousands of corporate network contacts to be downloaded and imported into the Exchange Web Services (EWS) address book. In addition, changes made to personal address book Exchange contacts are synched with the server.
Additional features offered with the new version include a more user-friendly interface, the ability to sort messages by display name in the message list, improved contact searches on LDAP servers, appropriate folder selection for MailTicker, proper change of parent folder of any subfolder in the account tree, and enhancements to Inbox Analyzer. Check out the entire list of changes in The Bat! v7.1.18.
The necessity of a secure email client and the privacy it offers come to light as news of Google being sued over email scanning practices surfaces. The updates offered in The Bat! v7.1.18 make it an even more effective tool for email management while providing users with security that protects their email content from third-party access, not offered with web-based email.
The Bat! protects information through multiple encryption streams with the option to encrypt emails on a disk and during communication through an SSL/TLS connection. Free from global email providers that keep your messages in the cloud, and free from Web clients, The Bat! ensures data stays private. The Bat! can process and store an unlimited number of messages and has no restriction on the number of email accounts per user.