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Tips and tricks for getting the most out of your email

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Artificial intelligence and email writing

Have you ever stared at your full email inbox and wished you could wave a magic wand to write a reply to each one? While that future has not yet arrived, artificial intelligence is already making its mark on some aspects of email writing.
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How do you write better emails with artificial intelligence?
Find out how AI is becoming an increasingly commonplace tool in the email writing process. more
5 people found this article helpful.

Email life hack: How to delete messages efficiently

When emails start to pile up, it can be hard to keep track of your digital life. But who has time to sort through old messages one by one to see what’s important and what’s not?
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Time for a new trick: Deleting all your old emails quickly for a clean inbox
Luckily mail.com has a few simple tricks and tools you can use to find and delete emails in bulk and keep junk from accumulating going forward. more
9 people found this article helpful.

What is IMAP? What is POP3? Do I need to use them?

If you have ever set up an email account in an email program or app, you may have come across the acronyms “IMAP,” “POP” or sometimes “POP3.” Did you wonder which one to choose, or why you even needed them?
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Do you need to set up IMAP or POP3 to check your emails?
We explain POP3 vs IMAP, what these terms stand for, and how using each one affects your email account. more
33 people found this article helpful.

How to get started with the mail.com Mail App for Android

Would you prefer easy access to your mail.com account everywhere you go?
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It just takes a few steps to get started with our Mail App
Read along and follow our instructions to get started with the highly secure mail.com app on all your Android devices. more
3 people found this article helpful.

What is 2FA? How can two-factor authentication keep online accounts safer?

Have you ever wondered if you should enable 2FA for your online accounts? mail.com explains how two-factor authentication works and looks at the hows and whys of authentication apps.
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Use 2FA with an authentication app for extra online protection
Keep reading to learn whether you could benefit from 2FA. more
11 people found this article helpful.

Reduce your email stress in 2022 with these 6 tips

No one can deny that our constant connectedness through email, text messages, and social media can be overwhelming. And for many of us, a full email inbox has come to symbolize the overload we sometimes experience in our work lives.
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Make less email stress your New Year's resolution!
So in 2022, resolve to manage stress with our six email stress reducers! more
16 people found this article helpful.

Ransomware attacks: How you can recognize and prevent ransomware

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Do you know how to recognize and protect yourself against ransomware?
You may have seen headlines about ransomware attacks on institutions ranging from banks to hospitals to gas-pipelines. But what is ransomware, why is it dangerous, and can such attacks be prevented? Today, we answer your questions about ransomware. more
32 people found this article helpful.

In case you missed it: Our mail.com blog readers' favorites

It was a busy year at the mail.com blog – after a successful launch in April we covered topics from spam-fighting tips and inbox tricks to explainers about the world of email. What posts proved the most popular?
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Which blog articles were most popular with our readers?
In case you missed them, our readers' favorites of 2021! more
16 people found this article helpful.

Phishing emails: How to protect yourself

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Be on the alert for phishing scams that aim to hook your personal information

You have probably heard about phishing scams – fraudulent emails designed to rob you of sensitive data. Because phishing is one of the most widespread forms of cybercrime, it’s important to learn how to recognize these scams so you don’t get caught in the net. more
87 people found this article helpful.

Send a last-minute holiday photo card – with mail.com email

Did you want to send out personalized holiday cards this year but never found time to have them printed? Or you finally have the perfect photo but know it’ll never get there on time by snail mail?
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It’s not too late to send your holiday card – by email!
In just a few clicks you can create and send a personalized greeting card from your mail.com email account. more
13 people found this article helpful.