Best email clients for small business
For any small business, having an email setup is crucial, so we have brought together the best ones. Let's discuss who the best email clients are for small businesses...
If you want the best of both worlds, Microsoft offers their own email client by the name of Outlook. Outlook can be synced with other 365 products such as Microsoft Office, as well as collaboration tools like Teams.
It is great for any small business, mainly due to its high-quality collaboration features...
Automate email sending for when you're not available? - Check
Create calendar reminders or meeting schedules, and share them with your team? - It has that too.
Unsend, group, categorise and mark emails as read? Easy peasy!
Outlook is definitely a solid choice if you can to bring your work together, it works well to link with so many other cloud-based tools, and a lot of small businesses leverage this ability and create a great online working basis.
The full software for Outlook costs roughly S$190.00, alternatively you can opt for the full Outlook 365 and pay a monthly fee per additional user - The latter is usually under S$10 per user per month.
Almost everyone has a Gmail for personal use, and it is great to use if you're a small business too.
Gmail includes features such as email labelling, so that your incoming mail is automatically sorted. Not only that, but you can send and request payments, save files attached from incoming mail straight to your Google Drive, as well as snooze your emails and work offline if required.
Gmail is a great simplified solution to get started as a small business, especially if you want to start sending and receiving emails on a larger scale. Gmail is part of Google's G-suite, which includes Google Hangouts, Google drive, as well as Google docs, sheets, and website builder - You can get all of this for just S$8 per user per month.
You might not have heard of this one, but that might make it all the better if (or when) you try it out. Thunderbird is fully open source, so anyone can use it for free with as many accounts as you'd like.
Some features include:
Extensions and themes
Attach a wide range of files
Big file linking
HTML code insertion
Enterprise-grade security protection
Thunderbird is a great option if you want to keep things simple and avoid paying for an email service while you grow in size.