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Scan documents on your iPhone in just a few taps

If you need to scan a document, your smartphone is often the most convenient option – after all, most of us have our phone close at hand most of the time. Taking a usable snapshot of a document with your camera can be tricky, so you may think you need to install a special scanning app on your iPhone. But we’ll show you otherwise! more
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How to digitize photos: From mobile apps to scanning services

Are you thinking of digitizing old photos? Creating a digital copy of your precious memories is a great idea – it ensures you’ll always have a backup if the originals should be damaged or lost. Digitized photos can also be edited; depending on your skills and software, you can enlarge, crop and correct flaws in your photos. more
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Best ways to back up a file: Hard drive, cloud & more

Think of all the things you save on your computer or phone – family photos, financial records, your CV, important papers that you’ve digitized… If something were to happen to the device they are stored on, they would be gone forever – unless you have stored copies of them in a separate, safe location. more
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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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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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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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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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Spring cleaning for your inbox

Spring cleaning – time to get rid of clutter 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? In a few steps, you can make a clean sweep and set up a system that will keep you organized going forward. more
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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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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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