|By Shelly Palmer||
|October 18, 2012 03:22 PM EDT||
Managing your email can be a chore with the never-ending stream of messages from social networks, newsletters, daily deals, retailers and other services we’ve signed up to over the years clogging up our inbox. AOL believes it can make things more manageable, but rather than expecting users to sign up for yet another email address, they’ve come up with a web-based IMAP client to handle your existing accounts. Alto is essentially the online equivalent of desktop clients like Sparrow, Postbox or Outlook. Read the full story at TechSpot.