How to use mail.com’s free Cloud

A lot of people have heard of “the cloud” but are not quite sure how it works, if it’s really a secure option, or which cloud storage is best. With a mail.com email account, accessing cloud services couldn’t be easier. That’s because when you sign up with mail.com, you automatically get 2 GB of free cloud file storage in addition to your email storage. more
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Automatic filter rules: Let mail.com sort your emails

Why waste time sorting your emails into folders when there is a function that will do it automatically? It’s easy to set up filters that will send incoming messages directly to the folder you choose, whether it’s your Spam or Trash folder or a custom folder for messages from important clients or family members. more
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How to find files in the Cloud – and search by photo location

There are many advantages to keeping documents and photos in your mail.com Cloud – you free up space on your device and you can access your files anywhere you have an internet connection. However, as you start to fill up your Cloud, you may not be sure how to locate items quickly, especially if you haven’t set up folders. more
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How to make emojis from a keyboard on your laptop or computer

We all know how to make emojis on our phones, but did you know there is an emoji keyboard on your laptop as well? Today we show you three easy ways to do emojis on a computer – whether Windows or Mac – and where to find the emojis in your mail.com email. more
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Email security checklist: your mail.com account settings

mail.com is a highly secure email provider, but it’s always good to make sure you are doing everything you can to keep your account safe. And up-to-date password recovery options will make your life a thousand times easier if you ever forget your password. Check out our security settings checklist. more
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Ask the Expert: Why you should back up files to the cloud

When you send email, you sometimes send photos and other files as attachments. But did you know that thanks to the integrated mail.com Cloud, you can easily save and access your files in your inbox? As our cloud expert Tobias shows, keeping your photos and documents in the familiar secure environment can be a big help in your daily life. more
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How do I know if my email was hacked? Warning signs and what to do

How do you know if your email has been hacked or comprised? And if it happens, how can you block cybercriminals and regain control of your account? Discover the most common signs of a hacker attack and what to do about them. more
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How to view and delete your browsing history in all browser types

Shopping for Christmas presents online and want to keep your shop visits secret from your family? Don’t want your browser to save information you’ve entered into an online form? Clearing your browser history is the solution! We show you how. more
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Software updates: Why they are important to your security

We’ve all been there – your computer wants to do a software update right when you are in the middle of something, so you click the notification away. It’s ok to wait an hour or two before going back and performing the update, but ignoring updates entirely can be dangerous. more
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Get email help with the mail.com FAQs and Help Center

Looking for help with your mail.com account? If you visit the mail.com Help Center, you’ll find answers to most of your questions about our email, cloud storage, mail apps and other features.And new FAQs provide answers to customers’ most urgent questions in a single click. more
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