OrangeMail is available for free to anyone who hasn’t tried it yet. Most CMS students use an external e-mail provider like Yahoo. CMS is currently testing MyMail, a new e mail service 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. OrangeMail is easy to use. You can import your lists and segment them. You can also create follow-up series. You can also create web forms and send emails directly to any list you want. OrangeMail also offers extensive email reports, and the best part is that you pay just a one-time fee! This is definitely worth looking into! Small businesses will love the fact that there are no monthly fees. And you can try out OrangeMail risk-free, as a free trial is available.
Once you’ve signed up for OrangeMail, you can access your messages on your smartphone or other external clients. Simply enter your e mail address and password to access your Orange email. Once you’ve set up your account, you can also send and receive messages using your phone’s webmail. And the best part? It’s free to set up! So why wait any longer?