Slimbox declutters your inbox by allowing you to move subscription and notification emails out of your inbox, combining them into a single daily email.
Slimbox securely connects to your email and checks for clutter (messages that include an unsubscribe feature). Any time Slimbox finds clutter, it will ask you whether you want to automatically move such clutter messages from that sender out of your inbox to a folder labeled #Slimbox. Slimbox also combines these clutter emails into a single daily email (so you don't have to check the #Slimbox folder).
Yes. You decide which emails remain in your inbox and which are moved to the #Slimbox folder/label and sent in the daily summary.
No. Slimbox simply moves those subscription messages into the #Slimbox folder/label that is automatically created for you, so those messages are easily accessible at any time — they are just out of your way and presented to you in a single daily email.
Yes. Simply go to the Settings page and delete your account. All forthcoming subscription messages will come into your email the same way as before you activated Slimbox.
We currently support Gmail and Google Apps. Support for Outlook.com (including Hotmail, MSN, & Windows Live), Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail, and iCloud is on our roadmap.
Yes. Many of the subscription messages that you would typically find in Gmail tabs will be moved to your #Slimbox folder. What's great about this is that these messages are removed from your inbox on all your email clients, so your inbox is decluttered no matter how you view it.
No. Slimbox is completely free to try — no payment information of any kind is needed.
No. Slimbox uses Gmail's OAuth authentication service to access user data. We never have access to your password.
We use IMAP as our connection to your mailbox — no need to worry!
To login, we use OAuth for the services that support it. For the others, we securely encrypt your password. To connect to your account, we use IMAP for all services.
No. We feel that it's important that you get in the habit of reading your daily summary to ensure that you don't miss anything.
By default, messages will stay in your #Slimbox folder until you manually delete them.