Forward emails to RSS

Mailgrip declutters your inbox by letting you read email newsletters at your own pace, in your favourite RSS reader.

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Summarization NEW

Quickly catch up on your email newsletters using the Daily Inbox Summary, and the Summary RSS feed.

On the "Unlimited + Summarization" plan.

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Multiple inboxes

Create as many inboxes as you want. Each inbox gets a unique email address and RSS feed.

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Readable formatting

Emails are formatted for readability. By stripping out the clutter you can focus more on reading the content of the message.

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Sender management

Getting too many emails from someone? Temporarily ignore their messages, and when you're ready to hear from them again unignore… or don't!

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Plain old RSS

Mailgrip's feeds are standard RSS. They're bound to work with your favourite RSS reader.


How do I keep receiving newsletters to my own email address, but also have them show up in Mailgrip?

Most email providers will allow you to set up auto-forwarding rules for your messages. Set these up to detect when a newsletter is received, and forward it to your Mailgrip inbox's email address. If you have an option to "Send a Copy" or "Forward Original" - go for that. It'll strip out the "FWD: " prefix on the message, and also not have your own address as the sender of the message.

Can I see the raw HTML for a message I received?

Yes - although emails in your feed will show up with readable formatting, you can still view the original message by finding it in your inbox on the Mailgrip site.