All your appointments in one place: Synchronize your digital calendars with the Organizer

If you are not familiar with the mail.com Organizer, let us introduce you to this great productivity tool! The mail.com Organizer is a free online calendar accessible anytime and anywhere for mail.com users. It is simple in design and use, yet packed with features that make managing your time a snap! more
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Americans see data disclosure by internet companies or authorities as one of biggest threats to data security

  • Majority of U.S. Americans concerned about hacker attacks
  • A quarter worry about burglary and damage to homes
  • Dangerous lack of awareness: More than one in ten respond to spam emails
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Your Organizer: Set up email reminders, appointments and invites

Your Organizer, the online calendar in your mail.com account, is the perfect tool for scheduling all the events in your life, big or small. Accessible and in sync anywhere you log in to your email – laptop, tablet or smartphone – your online planner not only lets you send invites to appointments, but also add reminders for yourself and other participants. Learn how to set reminders today and never miss out on another event! more
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New: mail.com Cloud in the Mail App for Android

Great news for everyone who loves using the mail.com Cloud and Mail App! A new tab in our Android app means you can access your online storage wherever you happen to be. From photo uploads to a secure file-sharing function, it’s packed with useful functions.
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Use the mail.com Cloud on your computer or smartphone
Read more about this great new feature. more
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The best of three months – mail.com blog

The mail.com blog is now three months old – that’s almost four years in dog years! And though the time has flown quickly, we feel like we’ve covered a lot of ground together – from discovering mail.com features to ways to save the planet. To celebrate our first three months, today we are crowning the five most-read posts since our blog was launched. Take a look and make sure you haven’t missed out on any of these favorites! more
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Ask the Expert: Strong passwords

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What password security mistakes can you spot in this picture?
Welcome to our first ever “Ask the Expert” post! We’re joined by our email security expert Arne for a deep dive into the topic of passwords and online security. In an interview, he shares some do’s and don’ts about passwords and clears up some common misconceptions. more
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How to use mail.com Online Office

Looking for a free office suite that lets you access your files without needing to download or store them locally? mail.com has an online document editor that’s perfect for all your needs: Online Office. more
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What is an OTP authentication app & why do I need it for 2FA?

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is about boosting your inbox security by adding a second verification step to your email login process. And this second factor is a six-digit security code that you not only use to activate two-factor authentication, but also to log in once 2FA has been set up. This security code is also called an “OTP,” and it’s generated by an app that you install on your smartphone. more
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Welcome to the new mail.com blog

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Get the most out of your email

Welcome to the new mail.com blog, full of tips and expert advice for our customers and anyone looking to make the most of their email experience. more
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mail.com updates its email service with two-factor authentication and new spam recognition technology

Two-factor authentication is now available to all mail.com users worldwide. The security feature provides additional protection both to the mailbox and to the cloud. With active two-factor authentication, account data is safe from unauthorized access, even if the account password is lost or compromised. To log in, users who activate two-factor authentication in their account settings will be required to enter not only their personal password, but also a temporary 6-digit one-time code generated by an authentication app on their smartphone. more
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