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How to send a large file by email: Attachments & file-sharing functions

Are you looking to transfer a large file by email but not sure of the best way to go about it? We get it – there can be a lot of confusion about attachment size limits and free file-sharing services. So mail.com makes it easy for you, with generous attachment sizes and a file-sharing function integrated into our Cloud. 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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How to zip files to save space – and what software to use

Photos, videos, presentations – some computer files are so large they are hard to send as attachments. And if you have limited storage space on your computer, large files can cause problems.
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Create a compressed file with free zip software – it’s a snap!
mail.com shows you how to zip files to make them smaller and gives you some recommendations for (free!) software you can use. more
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Five bad email habits and how to break them

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To avoid unpleasant surprises, break your “Reply all” habit

We all spend a lot of time writing and replying to emails. So it’s not surprising that we sometimes cut corners or become careless. But a lot of the times we shoot ourselves in the foot with bad habits that  ignore security concerns, annoy our correspondents or result in unprofessional emails. Here are five of the most common email faux pas. If you are not prone to any of them, congratulations! But if you recognize yourself anywhere here, we have a few pointers to help you become a better (email) citizen.

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