I have a number of email accounts, including a Gmail account, a university alumni account (IMAP), a work account (Microsoft Exchange), and addresses at my personal domain. In particular, for my personal domain, while I currently only use one address
email@example.com, I intend to start using arbitrary addresses at the domain so I can classify email based on their
I'm looking for an email client that can handle all of the above; in particular, I should be able to:
One-click or shortcut key "Archive" action that places the email in an Archive folder, unless if sent to my personal domain, in which case it should place it in a folder based on the To header (i.e. and thus this needs to support arbitrary rules)
Send email from any address at my personal domain, in addition to any of my other email addresses (i.e. if possible, a free-text From field would be ideal)
I should also obviously be able to send/receive email from my non-personal-domain accounts as normal as well as be able to use folders. Email threading, incidentally, is nice but not required. I should not that I don't use Gmail labels at all, so support for that is not required (although some existing emails have labels, so the client must not break on those).
Additional features that are all pluses but not required include:
Proper integration of Drafts/Sent/Spam/Trash folders (I now have three different Sent folders in one of my accounts because I can't tell the current clients I use which one is which)
Ability to import email archives
Traditional delivery/read receipt support (not tracking pixels)
Scheduling of outbound emails (e.g. send this in 6 hours)
There are also probably some other fancy-21st-century features I've forgotten that would be nice.
I am happy with either Mac or Windows desktop clients or web clients, and am willing to pay non-insane amounts of money.