The Bat! Reviews

24 March 2008

The Bat! v4 – The Best Gets Better

Our devoted user Mark Geisinger goes on with reviewing The Bat! This time he focuses his attention on The Bat! v4 strengths and weaknesses, speaking of memory usage improvements and other issues. For example, Small Things Count section draws attention to addressee’s name capitalization feature, which is very useful despite being tiny.

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03 March 2008

The Best Windows Email Client? The Bat!, of Course

The commercial software market for personal email clients is fairly thin. What with the high quality of free products like Thunderbird and the beasts that Microsoft inflicts upon us with Windows (obviously I have an attitude about this), I imagine it requires more than a bit of ingenuity and hard work to create a commercial product that competes well. Ritlabs, SRL has what it takes and it shows well in The Bat!, a superb email client for Windows.

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26 October 2006

The LUBRINCO Group recommends The Bat! Voyager in ?GIS Journal


The LUBRINCO Group (http://www.lubrinco.com/) provides assistance in three areas of high risk too specialized to be dealt with inhouse. They identify and quantify threats and vulnerabilities, and their associated risk, then help manage the vulnerabilities so one can transfer or live with the residual risk. They help prevent disasterous financial loss and physical harm.

LUBRINCO Group's journal, ÆGIS, focuses on business risk that affects domestic and international bottom lines. It contains no advertising or marketing, and provides a forum for professionals to share their knowledge. In July,
ÆGIS recommended The Bat! Voyager as a solution for business travelers.

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26 October 2006

Australian Computer Trader recommends The Bat! Voyager

Australian Computer Trader recommends The Bat! Voyager
On August, 8, 2006 Australian Computer Trader issued an article about The Bat! Voyager. We present its text hereby.
With good reason, travelers who wish to exchange important e-mails and general communications while on the move may feel exposed to security leaks as they use foreign systems for their communications. Exchanging confidential messages from a strange computer may well mean your communications will be saved and read later, perhaps by those very people from whom you want the texts hidden. Ritlabs, SRL has come up with an excellent solution to the problem that will give you peace of mind in corresponding across the globe when away from your own, well protected system.

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02 May 2006

The Bat! 3.6 Review at PC Pro magazine

In an article about The Bat! v3.6 in PC Pro ISSUE: 138 DATE: April, 2006 (where it has been awarded the PC PRO Recommended logo) Davey Winder wrote: "Its security credentials are unimpeachable...

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13 October 2005

The Bat! 3.60 Review at PC Basics magazine

PC Basics published a review on The Bat! 3.60 in their issue 87 of the magazine published in September 2005. On page 106 The Bat! is characterised as "an email client with an excellent set of features".

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17 February 2004

The Bat! 2.0 Review at PC Magazin

PC Magazin published their review on 17 February 2004 page 68. "The Bat! puts a lot of emphasis on secure e-mail features. For example, it has built-in support for PGP and S/MIME."

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01 November 2003

Super Mail-Programm

Computer & Internet "com!" Magazine (Germany) has published a review on The Bat! 2.00.6 in 12/2003 issue, on page 82. Reviewer: Peter Riedlberger.

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20 October 2003

c't Magazin Review

c't magazin für computer technik (Germany), #22 from 20.10.2003 has compared The Bat! among 14 E-Mail clients, on page 168.

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09 October 2003

The Bat! 2.0 Review at VNUNET

Paul Rowlingson has entitled the the review "An email client that offers a great deal".

"The Bat! is an email client that, if given the chance, may well become your favoured email client. Rich in features, this is an application that is suitable for both home and business use, without compromising the needs of either".

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