OrangeMail is available for free to anyone who hasn’t tried it yet. The majority of CMS students are using an outside e-mail provider, like Yahoo. But CMS is testing a new e-mail service, MyMail, to replace OrangeMail. CMS hopes MyMail will be up to par with other Web-based e-mail systems, and Quackenbush said students’ main complaints about OrangeMail were that they couldn’t do bulk operations and that the system lacked features they expected.
OrangeMail’s ease-of-use is one of its best features. You can import your lists, segment them, create a follow-up series, create web forms, and send emails to any list you wish. OrangeMail also offers email reports that are detailed and only a one-time charge! This is definitely worth looking into! There are no monthly fees, which is great news for small businesses. OrangeMail is risk-free. A free trial is available.
OrangeMail allows you to access your messages from your smartphone or other external clients once you have signed up. To access your Orange email, you simply enter your e-mail address and password, and then you’re all set to go. Once you’ve set up your account, you can also send and receive messages using your phone’s webmail. The best part? It doesn’t cost anything to set up! Why wait?