With loads of emails cluttering up your Outlook inbox, you must have found it difficult to manage and organize your emails effectively. In such case, you can try taking up the assistance of an expertise utility that can support you in organizing your Outlook emails in an effective manner. If you’ve also began looking for such a tool then TuckAway 1.5.1 is worth trying. It’s an add-in tool for your MS Outlook that integrates within in order to help you organize your emails. It’s based on intelligent filing system, which utilizes advanced prediction algorithms to adapt your filing preferences and suggest the correct folder for storing the messages.
The TuckAway adds a menu bar Outlook and assists you in keeping your email cluttered Outlook inbox organized, thus making it easier to find desired emails immediately. The program helps you in sorting sent emails, so that you can get them sorted by topic. The add-in allows you to specify folder, in which you wish to store every sent email, through seamless integration with Outlook. It even supports moving a complete email thread into one folder making it easier to follow it, as Outlook stores incoming and outgoing emails in separate folders that causes single email thread to split up. Along with this, the add-in also lets you move entire email thread into particular folder while replying to it. Even, by using TuckAway, you can quickly navigate Outlook folders by clicking or typing destination folder’s name. Further, it comprises of intelligent system, which studies user work patterns in Outlook, thereafter to suggest a suitable folder for every email you send. In addition, to make things even easier, it gives you the liberty to define any Outlook folders as default, where it would store the sent items automatically.
Owing to the handy functioning of TuckAway 1.5.1 tool it doesn’t require you to get involved in configuring any complicated rules. For its effective and smoothly operated functions, added with remarkable performance, the add-in tool is deservingly being allotted 3.5 rating points.