Graymail is a Drain on Productivity
Executives Bear the Brunt
Executives receive nearly 3x more graymail than the average employee.
Employees Waste Time
Employees lose at least two business days per year sorting out external emails.
IT Teams are Overwhelmed
Users raise tickets about deliverability, end-user quarantines, and allowlist and blocklist management.
How Abnormal Gets Time-Wasting Graymail Out of Your Way
Detects Graymail with High Precision
Abnormal inspects inbound emails and identifies graymail with high accuracy. Instead of relying on basic filtering rules, it uses tens of thousands of signals from your email tenant to build an organization-specific behavioral profile.
Moves Graymail Out of Inboxes
When Abnormal categorizes a message as graymail, it instantly moves it out of an employee's inbox and into a dedicated folder. No digests or quarantine portals are needed, and users never leave the native email experience.
Self-Learns and Adapts to User Behavior
Recognizing that some employees may want to receive the emails that other employees do not, Abnormal learns the preferences of each user. This means you never need to create filtering rules or manage user allowlists or blocklists again.
Offers Productivity Insights Across the Organization
Only Abnormal offers insights on how eliminating graymail positively impacts your users. The dashboard shows trends in daily volume, most targeted users/executives, and top graymail senders, plus the amount of time your employees are saving.
See How Email Productivity Works
Provides top-level insights about the time your company is saving by eliminating graymail.
Detection and Remediation
Automatically identifies graymail and sorts it into an Abnormal-provided Promotions folder.
Allows employees to cater graymail protection to their preferences by moving emails across folders.
I receive hundreds of promotional emails. If I were to go through them all, it would probably take up to 30% of my time each day. The Email Productivity module allows our users to focus on more important business projects to meet our goals.”
— Tas Jalali, Head of Cybersecurity AC Transit