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Get email help with the mail.com Help Center and FAQs

Looking for help with your mail.com account? If you visit the mail.com Help Center, you’ll find answers to most of your questions about our email, cloud storage, mail apps and other features.And new FAQs provide answers to customers’ most urgent questions in a single click. more
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What‘s the carbon footprint of an email?

Nowadays we are all asking ourselves “How can I reduce my carbon footprint?” And many of us are spending more and more time online – working remotely as well as streaming our favorite series and listening to music. In many cases business travel has also been replaced by chats, video calls, and, of course, emails.
Email’s carbon footprint depends on the energy used in the data center
Email’s carbon footprint depends on the energy used in the data center
Each of these online activities still cause carbon emissions, even if only a few grams. more
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Why can’t I sign in to my mail.com email account?

Are you having problems logging into your mail.com account? Because we know how important your email is, the mail.com blog is here to help.
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Can’t sign in to your mail.com account? Try these quick fixes.
Today, we look at nine troubleshooting tips to help you sign in again. more
39 people found this article helpful.

Out-of-office messages for your vacation

It’s time for some hard-earned time off! Whether you’re headed for the beach or visiting family you haven’t seen for a while, wouldn’t it be nice to disconnect from the digital world for a while? But before you disappear, you can set up automatic replies for your emails so the senders know when they can expect a reply.
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Why worry about replying to emails when you’re out having fun?
We’ll show you how it works– and share some examples of effective – and funny – out-of-office (OOO) messages. more
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Are we taking work emails too personally?

Most people have misinterpreted an email or text at some point, and the shift to remote work has only made it more likely that misreading an email will lead to bad feelings between coworkers.
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Think twice before you flame your colleague!
So why do people tend to assume the worst in written communications, and how can we keep from feeling offended? more
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How to create email distribution lists in mail.com and Outlook

Need to send an email to your book club or all the parents in your daughter’s class? If you email a group regularly, you can create an email distribution list, AKA a contact group, so you can send messages to them in a single click.
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In just a few clicks, create contact groups and send emails everyone on your list
Our blog shows you how to create email lists – in mail.com and using Outlook. more
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Plants that can send and receive emails

You may have heard of people setting up email accounts or social media accounts for their pets. But for a tree!? It turns out that plant emails are actually a thing, and not just for bored owners of houseplants.
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Feel like sending a message to your favorite tree? In Melbourne, it’s possible!
Scientists and local politicians have sown the seeds for this green phenomenon. more
131 people found this article helpful.

How do I send a job application by email?

Like many other people, you may be looking around for a new job. And one of the most common ways to send a job application? Email, of course! Today mail.com shares our checklist for applying by email.
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Always make sure to proofread – and don’t forget your attachments!
Use these simple tricks to ensure you’ll make a professional impression on hiring managers everywhere! more
35 people found this article helpful.

Email life hack: Two effective strategies for organizing your inbox

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of emails in your inbox? Occasionally forget to follow up on a message because it has slipped too far down on the list?
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Can’t find anything in the mess? Try one of these email management methods.
Whether your goal is Inbox Zero or you’d just like to feel more on top of things, we show you two strategies you can use to organize mail in your inbox– and keep it organized! more
15 people found this article helpful.

Why is it hard to detect sarcasm in emails and texts?

Your friend emails that a first date “…could not have gone better”. Was it true love or a fiasco? If you can’t tell, you are not alone. Sarcasm is notoriously hard to interpret in emails and texts.
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Not sure if that message is sarcastic? You’re not alone!
mail.com explains why – and helps you do better. more
17 people found this article helpful.