Editorial review: "The Bat! is a modern and professional email client"
Paul Rowlingson has tested and published a review of The Bat! at v3.co.ukRead more
Paul Rowlingson has tested and published a review of The Bat! at v3.co.ukRead more
One of Russia's leading computer software online magazines Softkey.info has reviewed The Bat! email program. After all these years The Bat! is still a top-class mailer offering a great variety of options and time-saving features.Read more
Software Informer has published a review of The Bat! v7.0 Professional Edition. Software Informer is focused on keeping users informed about the latest trends and developments in software.Read more
"I first wrote about what I thought was an interesting e-mail program that showed promise around 1997. It was version 1.0 of The Bat from Moldova. Since then, The Bat (the developers call it "The Bat!" with an exclamation mark) has continued to advance. It has a substantial following in Europe, but it's not well known in the US. That's too bad because it's the best e-mail program available".Read more
IT Business Net introduced the new version of The Bat! email client.Read more
German IT portal heise online has published an article on the release of the 64-bit version of the email client as part of The Bat! v6.7.20.Read more
German PC Magazin has published an article on the features of The Bat! email client that allow users to handle email correspondence quite efficiently.Read more
Dealermarket, an influential Spanish IT magazine, has published an article by Ritlabs, SRL CEO Maxim Masiutin on the trends of contemporary business communication systems and their usage. The article aims to clarify the current situation and some of the potential risks associated with the use of cloud computing.Read more
One of the most influential German IT magazines, c’t, published an article on the email clients.Read more
Poland's largest and most competent IT-portal has introduced The Bat! v6.3 with RSS to its readers. The new version with RSS module allows to convert the application into a real information hub not only for email, but also for news and novelties from around the world.Read more
Spanish online financial and economic observer diarioabierto.es has published an article on the means of securing email with The Bat! and the damages caused by the usage of the illegal software. Genuine software, private mail servers and email encryption will be repaid in the long term.Read more
German PC Magazin (3/2014) tested The Bat! v6.2.4 and has awarded it the "SEHR GUT" mark. The article reveals The Bat!'s potential and stresses the most useful features which significantly help managing email.Read more
El Economista, a Spanish daily newspaper which focuses on economic, financial and business affairs, has published an article on The Bat! stressing the security topic. The article reveals three main points on making email really secure which are: email encryption, private mail servers and genuine software.Read more
"I'd recommend The Bat! Professional — my replacement for Barca — for those with heavier requirements (multiple email accounts, larger volumes of mail or more control). I was pleased to see that The Bat! was in several ways as intelligent as Barca and in some ways better", wrote Russ Harvey.Read more
The Bat! is a stand-alone email client that lets you configure and customize your inbox. Who knows what they were thinking at Ritlabs, SRL when they were picking a name for their industrial-strength shareware e-mail client? Regardless, The Bat! gives power emailers not only basic email features like filtering rules and POP3 and IMAP support, but also a highly customizable interface for sorting and viewing messages and managing multiple mail accounts.Read more
Have you dashed off a quick email, sent it, and immediately: (a)Realized that you left out something important, (b)Wished that you hadn't sent the message, or (c)Noticed a misspelled word as the application was closing the message and queuing it for delivery? The Bat comes to the rescue with a "delayed send" option and you get to choose the delay: 1 minute, 5 minutes, 23 minutes, 2 hours, 1 day. Whatever. It's your choice. And that's just one small reason why my favorite email program has been The Bat for more than a decade.Read more
If you only send or receive a few emails, and those are of a trivial nature, even the most basic email client will be more than adequate. However, in general, it doesn't take too long to become reliant on emails for keeping in touch. Under these circumstances, it makes sense to use a versatile client that can be configured to your needs.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
The latest version of The Bat! Voyager has received the "100% CLEAN" AWARD from SOFTPEDIA, here is what they say...Read more
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.
CHIP Online Russia recommends The Bat! to its readersThe Bat! is not just an email client. Many email program creators take its functionality as a benchmark; many IT analysts compare newly-appeared email clients with The Bat!. Read more
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.
The Book "PC Magazine Windows XP Solutions", 2nd edition, by Neil Randall, recommends The Bat! on page 163, for its highly sophisticated filtering and sorting systems.Read more
The Book "Top 100 Simplified Tips & Tricks" by Joe Kraynak recommends The Bat! on page 133 as "less vulnerable to virusesRead more
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".Read more
"The Bat! is a simple yet powerful mail client that offers an abundance of advanced features for experts coupled with an easy to use interface for novices. While the interface won't win any awards for elegance, its simplified layout presents a minimal learning curve for new users and offers just enough customization capabilities to keep more advanced users satisfied".Read more
Get your e-mail under control with a terrific e-mail client. It's full of advanced features, yet is easy enough for novice users and makes an excellent (and inexpensive) corporate mailing network server that lets you work without a local mail server. More...Read more
There's been a lot of interest in e-mail programs the past few weeks, no doubt a result of the "I love you" worm. With the Toronto Globe and Mail referring to "Outlook" as "LookOut!" because of its vulnerability to attack, it may be that some users are looking for something a little more secure.
The Bat! goes a step further with its Mail Ticker, a streaming tickertape listing of unread messages that you can display over other programs. I have the ticker in my word processor as I type this column. It shows 28 new or unread messages, the sender, subject and size of each, and the times they were sent.Read more
The Bat! is one of the most feature-packed mail clients that we have ever tested on our computers, with one of the smallest footprints ever. The Bat! is a great new mail client that has every feature that an advanced user will ever need, and it is easy enough for a novice to use. More...Read more