mail.com announces 10 most popular email domains

Email service lets users choose from more than 100 domains to create 10 free custom addresses. more
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What is the ChatGPT bot and can it write your emails?

By now you probably have heard the hype about ChatGPT, a new AI tool that provides shockingly fluent and human responses to user questions and even writes passable poetry. What’s behind this new technology and could it write emails for you? Find out in our explainer! more
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Account registration: What can happen if I enter false information?

When you signed up for your mail.com account, you might have asked yourself why we asked for your postal address. Are they going to send me advertising by snail mail? Give my address to third parties? Of course not! There’s a simple explanation, and it has to do with security more
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mail.com Mail App: 5 advantages of our apps for iPhone & Android

Looking for a superior email experience on your smartphone? We recommend the free mail.com Mail App! Optimized for your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone or tablet, no complicated setup is needed – simply download, log in with your mail.com account, and start enjoying its many convenient features immediately. more
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What is SMTP? And how does SMTP authentication help fight spam?

Whenever you send an email, the process would not be possible without the SMTP protocol. It’s used by mail servers to relay outgoing email messages from the senders and to the recipients. Unfortunately, spammers started abusing a loophole in the protocol – until SMTP authentication put a stop to this trick. more
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Best blog posts of 2022: Don’t miss these reader favorites

This year the mail.com blog covered so many exciting topics, from new product features to email life hacks and deep dives into IT history. Afraid you missed one of our popular explainers? Never fear: It’s time for our traditional year-end recap of reader favorites. more
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How does email work?

Have you ever wondered what happens with your email after you hit Send? Email is something we use every day, but most of us don’t know what happens behind the scenes to transmit our message from point A to point B. mail.com explains the steps your email takes along the way – and don’t worry, we promise not to get too technical! more
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Leaving Twitter: How to deactivate a Twitter account and archive data

Have you thought about deactivating your Twitter account? No matter if you are sure you want to leave Twitter, want to delete that old Twitter account you never use, or are just curious about your options – including how to archive your data – we have put together a handy explainer to help you make this important decision. more
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Why is it hard to detect sarcasm in texts, emails and apps?

Your friend writes that a first date “…could not have gone better”. She even posts a status update saying “my date is absolutely fantastic.” Was it true love or a fiasco? If you can’t tell, you are not alone. Sarcasm is hard to interpret in written form and even sometimes in person. mail.com explains why - and helps you do better. more
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Last minute holiday greetings: Should you send and open ecards?

Are ecards still a thing? They may seem like a relic belonging to the early days of the internet, but last year the New York Times reported a pandemic-related resurgence in ecards. Ecards are not just sent as email attachments anymore – there are also versions to send by text message or on social media platforms. more
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