Clean your inbox of emails you don't need

#2 Product of the DayJanuary 27, 2018

CleanEmail helps you group and organize, remove, label, and archive emails in your account. If your mailbox is overloaded with promotional emails, notifications, unread messages and you don't know where to start use an email inbox cleaner. Manage your mailbox and clean emails you don't need in a few clicks.

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8 Reviews3.8/5
$9/month to move my email into various folders?
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@stoweboyd that's one way to look at it Stowe :) First of all, the cheapest monthly package is $7.99 or $19.99 a year. It is more than $0, no doubt about that. But if your only requirement is to move emails into various folders – sure, CleanEmail is not for you. We do, however, provide way more options than that. While everyone's use case is different we serve them by providing a "different way to look at your mailbox" by grouping emails by sender, recipients, dates, size, labels etc. It's a quick and easy way to achieve your goal – whatever your goal is. Hope this makes sense :)
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Great job !! I feel every feature should be free of cost because of that users engagement would be more ! By cost of putting email in folder is no solutions and more user going back to other platform
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Well, just noticed two things- 1. There is a lifetime offer on this tool for $59 one-time payment only here- 2. Probably the previous ( or same version? ) had already been featured here on PH and had received more than 700 upvotes. So, I believe it's a great tool. A note to Hunter @arunsathiya : I love your hunts and I must say , you are very active with current affairs of tech/saas world but please try to contact the real makers of the tool before hunting them here. Sometimes, your sudden hunts stole all their opportunity to interact with this great community in a more organized way. It has happened with some of my close friends' products and I don't want it to happen with any other. Hope you understand.
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@niteshmanav While I appreciate your feedback, I haven't been able to find the maker on Please feel free to suggest the maker when you find them here.
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@arunsathiya On PH: On Twitter: Usually, Twitter isn't the best way to find founders. Looking at 'About Us' section of the website or properly searching on Google will help more. :)
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@kyryl @niteshmanav Thanks for sharing, I will update the listing!
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@niteshmanav @arunsathiya Thank you for updating the listing and thank you for Hunting us :)
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@niteshmanav Thank you Nitesh, appreciate it!
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This is really a one-of-a-kind solution that really does the thing. You have a choice - endlessly incrase vurtual disk space on Google or clean it up. I've choosen #2. And it worked.


Really does what it claims


none so far

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Hi, do your admins have access to the contents of your Gmail users' mailboxes?