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What is the best email client for Mac that offers email tracking?

What is your best choice for an email client for Mac that offers email tracking feature like Astro?
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    Polymail

    A simple, beautiful, and powerful email client for Mac

    Alexandre MouriecCS @ IUT Lannion | Stuffi | Argos VR · Written
    I use Polymail on Mac and IOS and the email tracking feature works well on both
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    Arun Sathiya4Marketing, Freshworks · Written
    I asked a similar question a week back, only to realize that Polymail was already installed on Mac long back. Polymail offers read-receipts even without Polymail Pro subscription.
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    Charles HanCTO @Orosim, Sketchcase · Written
    I love Polymail - great design and functionalities. However, there are some caveats: poor efficiency on Mac (~80% cpu usage while idle) and the lack of an android app.
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    Newton by CloudMagic

    Supercharged emailing with space-age features

    Tarkan SerimBusiness Analyst / Project Manager · Written
    I've been using Newton for a about 2 months now, and love all the features they have in addition to tracking. Great design, has features such as tracking, snoozing, send later, as well as integrations with other tools (Trello, Wunderlist, Pocket, Evernote, Asana, Todoist etc.)
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    Justin Mitchell9Designing Products at Sofriendly.com · Written
    Amazing email client and awesome tracking. Highly recommend.
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    I love Newton! .. been using for a while now and love everything about it. Tried others as well but always came back to it.
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  3. Christos XCreative Director · Written
    Works well, lets you use labels and Gmail shortcuts. Really sharp and customizable with themes.
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    Brandon R.Technical Director · Written
    Use this all the time
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    Spark for Mac

    Beautiful and intelligent email app

    It's the fastest, most stable email client for someone like me (product hunter with about a hundred tousand unread messages). It also doesn't eat storage on my mac. And unlike many there, it's free.
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    I like spark
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    Fast, Reliable, Easy to use and the latest update is great
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    Astro

    AI meets email for Mac and iPhone

    Tried Polymail, Newton, Spark, Airmail and some others. When Astro came along, I stuck with it. They still don’t support IMAP and may lack some other fancy features, but the current featureset (priority box, snoozing, tracking, follow up reminders, inline answering etc) is well executed and reliable.
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    Ruben GarciaSolutions Engineer @ Dropbox · Written
    I've used tons of tons of email clients over the years and Astro quickly became my preferred choice. It's smart, efficient, well developed and the team behind it are super active and responsive to feedback.
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    Hemanth GCEO, Wipadika Innovations · Written
    Been using this after my Polymail trial expired. Love the simplicity and simple AI features (You haven't been opening emails from , should I auto-archive and mark future messages as read.?) Best alternative if you are looking for Mail Tracking, Scheduling and some intelligence, the Priority inbox is A+ too
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  6. Marc Vilaregut AndreuDigital Marketing. From Barcelona · Written
    If you like Mac Mail this is an extension with some features that includes tracker. Very happy with it, paid the full software for unlimited actions
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    Rand BleimeisterPresident, Sylvan Learning of LA · Written
    I've used this for about six months and it is great. It offers a lot of features for those of us who use Mac Mail.
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    Mixmax

    Instant scheduling, tracking, templates, polls in Gmail

    Komal AgarwalGLG, Senior Research Associate · Written
    Seamless integration into Gmail through Chrome and works on all types of computers. Offers a reliable email tracking feature as well as a bunch of other features.
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    Patrick KanaleyBiz Dev @ BrandYourself · Written
    Mixmax also has a desktop app – weak spot is mobile, but supposedly in the works. Very much a desktop tool at the moment, but our team uses and loves it.
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    I use Mixmax at a long time and recommended. The only deficiency I feel is a mobile application (or web app).
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    Vocus.io

    Take your Gmail game to the next level

    Allan CaegFounder, NorthStories.io · Written
    While this is a Chrome plugin, it's worth mentioning Vocus.io (like how folks upvoted Mixmax). It tracks email opens and clicks accurately and knows who among multiple receivers opened the email. As for native mac apps, I still find myself using Mail.app for browsing through lots of emails... but I do use Vocus.io on Chrome for sending business-related emails
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    Missive

    Collaborate right in your inbox

    Philippe Lehoux made this product
    In Missive you can track reads and share the resulting data with your teammates.
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    Mailtrack.io

    The best email tracking solution I've found. Free

    Abraham NavasProduct & Service Designer · Written
    Lightweight Gmail-Chrome integration, with reports about what emails have been already read and haven't been read yet.
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    Followup.cc

    Super-simple reminders by email

    Karl NislowFinance Manager @fuzzpro · Written
    This extension can be added to gmail. Lightweight and solid.
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  12. Mark EspinolaFounder, Gradehub · Written
    Polymail is an awesome email client for the mac. I was an early adopter, and they keep adding cool features.
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  13. Connor CirilloBuilding bots @ HubSpot · Written
    May not be exactly what you're looking for, but this sits on top of Gmail inside Chrome. I love it. Super customizable. Great for outreach.
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