Automatic photo upload with the mail.com mobile apps

Does your smartphone double as your camera? Nowadays most people answer that question with a “Yes!” But is it also the only place you save your photos? If your phone is lost, stolen or damaged, this could mean losing all your precious memories.

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Don’t stress about backing up your photos – activate automatic uploads

Why take that risk when you can activate automatic photo backups instead?

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How to create email distribution lists in mail.com and Outlook

Need to send an email to your book club or all the parents in your daughter’s class? If you email a group regularly, you can create an email distribution list, AKA a contact group, so you can send messages to them in a single click.
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In just a few clicks, create contact groups and send emails everyone on your list
Our blog shows you how to create email lists – in mail.com and using Outlook. more
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Spinach email & messages to trees: Plants that send & receive emails

You may have heard of people setting up email accounts or social media accounts for their pets. But for a tree!? It turns out that plant emails are actually a thing, and not just for bored owners of houseplants.
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Feel like sending a message to your favorite tree? In Melbourne, it’s possible!
Scientists and local politicians have sown the seeds for this green phenomenon. more
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Product update: create templates in Online Office

For all you fans of the free templates and office suite in your mail.com account, we’re pleased to announce several updates to our Online Office!
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Working on invoices? Why not create a template in Online Office?
Find out how to create your own templates, edit attachments without downloading, and use the new ribbon toolbar. more
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What is green computing?

In the modern world, most of us use computing equipment on a daily basis at home or at work. So do you ever wonder about the environmental impact of all this computer usage? Or how the electricity costs related to computers affects your wallet or a company’s bottom line?
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Will turning off your laptop at night contribute to a sustainable future?
From giant data centers to your personal laptop, green computing is all about cutting energy consumption and recycling resources to build a more sustainable future. more
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New: mail.com Cloud sync tool

Do you use the mail.com Cloud to store documents and photos? Then you’ll be happy to hear about our new cloud sync app that lets you access the mail.com Cloud on your desktop or laptop computer.
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No internet? No problem! You can select cloud files to sync for offline access.
The tool is available for Windows and macOS operating systems – and gives you offline access to files in your mail.com Cloud. more
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mail.com Cloud sync: New software for Mac and PC

mail.com introduces an easy way to download and/or share cloud docs and photos: With the new mail.com Cloud sync tool for Windows or Mac, files saved in the mail.com Cloud can also be made available offline. more
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Sync your contacts and calendars in our email app for Android

Are you using the mail.com email app on your Android phone? Did you know that you can sync your mail.com address book and calendar with the apps on your phone?
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In just two taps, you can sync your Android calendar and merge contacts
It only takes a few taps – we’ll show you how. more
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Email life hack: Save and edit mails using email draft

It happens all the time – you start writing an email but get interrupted before you can finish. Or maybe you aren’t happy with how you’ve phrased something. No problem – just save your message and you can go back to it whenever you’re ready to put on the finishing touches.
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Time for a break? Save your email and finish writing it later
We’ll show you how to save messages as drafts, find emails again later, and edit email drafts – plus a special pro tip. more
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Find that email you’re looking for (and more)

Nowadays we send and receive vast amounts of email, and may not always be disciplined about organizing our inboxes or deleting email messages we no longer need. So what to do when we need to find a specific email, saved file, or piece of information among the hundreds of messages in our account?
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From an important email to a new scratching post, use the mail.com search tool to find what you are looking for
This is where the mail.com search tool comes in. more
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