The new service allows IT managers to control, organize, redirect or adapt all enterprise email traffic based on own rule sets – far beyond what the market generally calls a “Policy Engine”.
That email remains indispensible for workplace communication is surely beyond doubt, even in these days of Slack and similar services. Using email correctly, however, is something even seasoned professionals could learn more about.
In this #deletefacebook era, email has become a way of striking back at the algorithms that try to prescribe what people get to see.
Many mails in our mailboxes come from the grey area between desired and consciously subscribed contents and unwanted spam. Our Graymail filter reliably fishes them out.
Google has expressed a desire to “modernize” email. Not only is this a change that nobody needs, but in fact the suggestion is downright dangerous.