What is catfishing online & how to catch it

Online dating is the new norm for many people because it’s easy to match with people at your fingertips. Can you ever really know who you’re talking to online? Even if you haven’t seen the documentary or the popular TV show, catfishing happens more often than you might think. more
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How to change your email sender name

When you send an email, a sender name (also known as a “from” name or a display name”) appears in your recipient’s inbox with or instead of your email address. Did you know that it’s actually quite easy to change how your email sender name appears? more
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Thank you email: How to say thank you meaningfully

We say thank you all the time in person for all kinds of kind gestures. Writing an appreciation email is handy in many professional and personal settings. Have you ever received a thank-you email that made you feel appreciated? We all can enjoy receiving an email that reminds us of Elvis Presley’s famous words, “Thank you, thank you very much.” more
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How do I empty my mailbox? A step-by-step guide

It can feel good to get rid of clutter in your home and give everything a deep clean. But what about your email inbox? Is it full of mails you no longer need, using storage space and making it harder to find information that’s actually important? more
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mail.com on vacation: Essential cloud & email features for your summer

It’s vacation season, and you may be hitting the open road, heading for the mountains, or packing up for the beach. Wherever your summer plans are taking you, mail.com is the perfect travel companion – from mobile apps to check your email on the road to secure cloud storage for all those vacation selfies. more
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Doxing: When your personal data is published online

In a world where a lot of our lives take place online, it can be hard to keep personal information private. This is made painfully clear by the practice of “doxing” – maliciously publishing someone’s personal data online. more
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Eight easy ways to keep your phone & data safe when you travel

It seems impossible to imagine traveling without our phones these days. A smartphone lets us capture precious memories, keep in touch with our loved ones, and navigate strange cities. So picture what would happen if your phone was lost, damaged, or stolen in the middle of your trip. more
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Emojis, emoticons & smileys: A brief history

It’s hard to imagine our online communications without emojis. They have made the leap from our emails and texts into popular culture, with an emoji movie and their own “holiday”: World Emoji Day on July 17. In honor of this special day, let’s take a look at the history of the emoji and its predecessor, the email emoticon. Plus: How to add emojis to your mail.com emails. more
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Summer vacation goes digital: Travel better with the cloud

America is packing its bags: the 2023 vacation season is in full swing. Many people already make their travel plans online, but the internet can also ease many stresses for travelers once they’re on the road. more
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What is an electronic signature and how to create yours

Ever needed to sign a legally binding document but you were on vacation? Needed to sign a contract but you were not in the state? Create an electronic signature with tools you are using already! Digitizing your signature will revolutionize your ability when it comes to giving your John Hancock. more
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