The Bat is a popular email client that allows to work with unlimited number of the mailboxes, has powerful sorting filters, fully customizable message templates, Mail Dispatcher and many more other features. The main task of the program is to secure protection of the correspondence from data theft and monitoring by third parties. The program ensures the privacy of correspondence, protecting confidential data as it can work without using the services of the global e-mail providers and Web interface.
The Bat is able to handle an unlimited number of e-mail accounts and to process and store an unlimited number of messages. The program offers a system of automatic message filtering, easy system of templates, message editor with the spell checker and many other useful features.
The Bat protects your e-mail data from accidental loss providing the possibility to make backups of all the configuration settings, address books and folders with messages, and to restore them.
The Bat! prevents the intentional data distortion and loss of confidential data while transmitting messages via the Internet. Safe authentication CRAM-MD5 does not allow unauthorized users to access your e-mail account on the mail server.
The Bat! protects your information using different methods, including the encryption of the message base on the hard drive and e-mail traffic encryption.
The Bat Features:
Backup and restore
PGP, GnuPG and S/MIME support
The Bat!’s own Address Book
Internal HTML Viewer
Image Download Manager for background retrieval of HTML images
Safe handling of attached files
ASLR and DEP
Electronic discovery protection
Easily import .mbox and other file formats from a variety of third party email clients.
Sort email messages based on addressee or issue with Sorting Office.
Quick and powerful search features allow for easy retrieval of archived messages.
Smart Sorting Office
Handy Message Templates
Address Book features
Microsoft Exchange Connectivity
Extended Support of National Codepages
Convenient Message Dispatcher
RSS feed subscriptions
OAuth authentication dialogue now has a proper caption
News of RSS-feeds are not displayed correctly
Problems with extended IMAP authentication mechanisms (like CRAM-MD5, NTLM, etc)
Added a “D-TRUST Root Class 3 CA 2 EV 2009”