Between all of your various accounts, neurotically checking inboxes can severely impair productivity...but how else will you ever learn just how many helpful Nigerians have somehow caught wind of your limp mousedick? Consolidate, with Nutshell Mail.
Created out of personal need, Nut's an absurdly simple way to funnel all accounts into one place, like a digital multicolored click pen for email, only without the colors, or the awesome clicking, so maybe not like that at all. Designate your primary inbox, provide login/password info for all your accounts, and Nut'll instantly draw the most recent 100 emails from each and land 'em on your homepage; interactive updates sent to your primary account show each new email you've received since the previous update, and let you select individual emails to be forwarded through, a transparent process fully compliant with corporate email policies, assuming HR's OK with your Furries Anonymous newsletters. Nut's also expanding support for social network applications, currently offering deliveries for MySpace, LinkedIn, and Facebook, giving you instant updates on who's taken the time to tag your smoldering drunkface.
Update frequency's your call, from once a week to daily, and as often as every hour -- go that route, and you'll be gently weaned from the heroin of checking your inbox, to the methadone of awaiting your update fix.
Published: November 18, 2008 at 4:00am EST
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