MailSortr Launches New Add-In for Microsoft Outlook to Manage Email Overload

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Outlook add-in allows users to create a custom priority inbox

“I’m saving hours per week using MailSortr to organize my emails. The features in MailSortr are the missing pieces in Outlook that many users will find valuable. I simply cannot live without this add-in now.”– Michael Kang, Founder of the Company.

MailSortr Inc. (“the Company”), a Los Angeles-based startup, announces a new MailSortr add-in (“MailSortr”) for desktop versions of Microsoft Outlook and is available immediately.

One of the biggest pain points Outlook users face is losing track of emails when filing important emails to folders. The inbox folder is left cluttered with insignificant emails while the important emails that users need to reference are filed away and hidden from view. The Company believes the opposite should occur and aims to help the over 1.2 billion Microsoft Office users worldwide.

MailSortr is designed to help users effectively manage and organize emails by creating a priority inbox view. As this inbox view is specifically organized by users, emails displayed in other folders may be seen in the same view.

With unique features such as Mute and Remove, MailSortr also allows users to control certain emails from entering the priority inbox view. Finally, instead of manually filing emails, MailSortr’s Auto-Response filing feature will allow users to automatically file incoming emails, thereby saving valuable time.

MailSortr is available for download from the MailSortr website at and is compatible with Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 365 on Windows.

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The Company was launched in 2016 out of Michael Kang’s frustration with taking the time to organize emails in Microsoft Outlook but never finding them again. MailSortr is here to help tame email inboxes and boost productivity. For further information, please visit

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Michael Kang, Founder
Email: mike(at)mailsortr(dot)com

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