The Bat! mail client has a lot of vital benefits and useful features that make your email experience simple and convenient. It was build to protect your correspondence against third-parties.
Protection of privacy
The Bat!’s characteristic feature is the most widespread support of authentication protocols and of encryption while working with mail servers. You will have the option to keep all information encrypted on your disk and to protect emails during communication using end-to-end encryption (E2EE). It can also work without email providers on a global scale that keep messages in the cloud, a platform where they would be stolen. By keeping your emails on your computer The Bat! keeps them safe and private.
The other side of safety is protection against malicious codes. The Bat! benefits of its own HTML viewing mechanism – Robin HTML Viewer, as well as of its own image viewing module. Malicious code and tracking pixels that spread via email are also blocked by The Bat! An efficient way to protect against email hacking.
The Bat! is certified for Windows 10 but can also be installed on previous versions. Ritlabs say there is no minimum requirements for memory size or CPU speed. It will run on any Windows PC desktop and tablet platform. It was the first email client to be Certified for Windows Vista by Microsoft Corporation, guaranteeing the highest level of compatibility between Vista and The Bat! mechanisms.
The Bottom Line
Overall The Bat! provides the perfect example of a multiple email account manager. It can allow you to promptly and efficiently access all of your email accounts in one place. Moreover The Bat! is a secure, robust and dependable programme, taking on very large message bases with a small memory footprint. This, Ritlabs say, makes The Bat! “the best mail” app for Windows.
Some modifications to improve usefulness of the exceptions log files.
Shift+Ctrl+Alt+L on a common folder found special folders on hard drive.
Double click on an icon of an address book contact opened the properties of the highlighted contact.
There was no confirmation popup for changed mail after closing window.
Character Encoding got broken if text had been inserted via an included text file.
HTML code was displayed instead of the contents of the message if set to the system's HTML viewer.
%QINCLUDE inserted wrong text.
Special characters were improperly displayed in the HTML editor.
CardDAV: Synchronization sent phone "Office" to organizational field "Branches" (tested with mailbox.org).
Switching between smiles and plain text editor did not take effect immediately.
The active account did not change when the "From:" was changed via the field's drop-down menu. RSS accounts have been removed from the "From" and "To" lists.
The header "Comments:" displayed the contents of the "Subject:" header.
Modified Font dropdown with list of recently used fonts.
Message text disappeared from the editor window after auto-save.
Access Violation error on "Reply to All" has been fixed.
Fixed access violation errors introduced in The Bat! 8.2.4.
Fixed an access violation that might happen at the beginning of an IMAP session when it the account was configured to use multiple IMAP connections.