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For me I'm a strong believe in Inbox zero. Basically first thing in the morning anything in my inbox gets sorted into "Review later", "Trash", and "Archive" Archive is anything I might need to refer to at a later date that requires no further action. (this is organized into subfolders for easier retrieval should I need to look back at something there) ...


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Followupthen has been mentioned. I think followup.cc is better. You may also like Boomerang for Gmail. I wasn't happy with any of those those and wrote my own thing called Gmail Snooze which works without relying on a third-party service (like followupthen and followup.cc) nor cluttering the Gmail UI (like Boomerang). You just give threads integer labels ...


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I use a variant of the "43 folders". Suppose I have an email I need to work on on December 1st. I have an Outlook folder (of course, this also works on other email clients) called "2014-12-01", where I drag the email. Every day in the morning, I go through the folder for the corresponding day, and I'll find my email there and can follow up. When I've gone ...


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Have you looked into Inbox by Google? It has the exact feature you're looking for, and integrates very well into Android phones and Google Now. It group messages similar to the new "tabs" feature in Gmail but also allows you to "snooze" emails for any time in the future, and also add reminders within the app that show up when they need to. Say, for ...


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I use a variant of the "43 folders". Suppose I send out an email where I need a reaction by December 1st. I have an Outlook folder (of course, this also works on Thunderbird) called "2014-12-01", where I drag the sent mail. Every day, I go through the folder for the corresponding day, and I'll find my email there and can follow up. When I've gone through all ...


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In Outlook you can use "Follow Up" flags to mark the email, this will add a task to your Outlook task list to follow up the mail at a later time. I'm sure similar functionality does exist in Thunderbird, either native or via a plugin. Several solutions have been posted in a Super User thread.



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