Inky is cloud enabled and helps users manage several e-mail accounts from one window.
It is important to remember that in order to use this program you need to create an account. This is very easy to do from the startup window, by setting up a username and password, as well as providing all your e-mail addresses and corresponding passkeys.
The interface is very colorful and modern-looking, resembling the design used in the Windows 8 operating system. In addition to that, it is highly intuitive, thus enabling any type of person to check their e-mail accounts with it, no matter their previous experience with computers.
The main window includes an expandable dock that lets users easily switch between composing messages, viewing the blocked mails, important or all contacts (sorted by last or first name, or relevance), accessing a specified e-mail account, and the list goes on.
There are two modes for viewing the received messages: in a unified or filtered inbox. The latter option enables you to see only personal messages and others that Inky did not categorize as subscriptions, social, deals or blocked. In both instances you can view all the mails or only the unread, flagged, forwarded, (un)replied ones, as well as the ones larger than 1MB or containing attachments.
In the settings panel, you can group the messages by conversation or sender, list all the flagged mails at the top, as well as change the font size and view method.
This utility does not have Help contents. However, seeing how easy it is to use it, they are not actually a necessity.
To sum up, Inky is a very useful piece of software that can help you manage all your e-mail accounts from one window. CPU and memory usage is minimal, it contains a small search tool, and the interface is highly intuitive and attractive.