This week MacSparky is sponsored by SaneBox, the email service that brings sanity back to email. There are so many great SaneBox features. It lets you easily defer email to the future. It follows up with you if you don’t get replies to important emails. It automatically sorts your email for you so you can deal with the urgent and save the rest for later. Best of all, this magic works with just about any email application and on any computing platform.
One feature I’ve never mentioned about SaneBox before is that it costs money. You pay for the service. In this day and age, the fact that they have a business model that doesn’t require them to sell your data to someone else is, in fact, a feature. Indeed, SaneBox is very respectful of your data. To pull off their magic tricks, they only look at the email header information (primarily they need to know who sent the email and the subject line). They don’t look at your email body and they don’t sell your data to anyone. SaneBox explains their … well … sane belief in protecting your privacy right here.
So don’t only give your email super-powers, do it with a company that respects your privacy. I’ve been a SaneBox subscriber for years and don’t know how I’d get by without it. Go check it out and use this link to get a discount off your subscription.