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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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Use the mail.com Cloud to back up and share your holiday photos

It’s holiday time! Many of us are getting together with friends and family we haven’t seen for some time and celebrating with our nearest and dearest. And to capture the memories, we are taking lots of photos! So it’s great to be able to free up space on our phones, back up photos safely, and share them with others.
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Take advantage of the mail.com Cloud picture storage to manage your family photos
Today we show you how it’s done – with mail.com’s free cloud storage for photos and more! more
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What is cloud computing?

You’ve probably heard companies advertising “cloud computing services” or friends talking about saving photos to their “cloud drive.” But what does that mean exactly? Is our data just floating around out there somewhere? If you aren’t quite sure, you are not alone!
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Cloud computing means storing and accessing our data remotely from “the cloud”
A 2020 survey by our company revealed that only half of respondents thought they could explain what cloud storage is – and only a third could actually do it correctly. Today: Cloud computing explained. more
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New: 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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How to use mail.com’s free Cloud

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Free up space on your device by storing files and photos in the 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. It’s not just useful for secure file backup, but a convenient way to share files and photos with your friends and family. more
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How to send a large file by email

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. Here we explain the three best options for sharing large files. more
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