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Recycle computer parts and other e-waste – safely!

You’ve noticed that your phone is slowing down, or you wish your old computer had more bells and whistles. So you start looking around for a new device – but what do you do with the old one? Nowadays there are a lot of options for recycling hardware and disposing of e-waste.
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Donating or recycling used hardware is the planet-friendly option
Just make sure you take the right steps to backup and wipe your data first! more
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Americans see data disclosure by internet companies or authorities as one of biggest threats to data security

  • Majority of U.S. Americans concerned about hacker attacks
  • A quarter worry about burglary and damage to homes
  • Dangerous lack of awareness: More than one in ten respond to spam emails
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The best of three months – mail.com blog

The mail.com blog is now three months old – that’s almost four years in dog years! And though the time has flown quickly, we feel like we’ve covered a lot of ground together – from discovering mail.com features to ways to save the planet. To celebrate our first three months, today we are crowning the five most-read posts since our blog was launched.
It’s time to celebrate your favorite blog posts!
It’s time to celebrate your favorite blog posts!
Take a look and make sure you haven’t missed out on any of these favorites! more

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Email turns 50!

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Join the party! Email celebrates its 50th birthday


It might feel like email has been with us forever, but in fact it’s just hitting middle age. The first email was sent in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson, a young engineer at the firm of Bolt, Beranek and Newman. Electronic mail looked different fifty years ago, although one feature would still be recognizable to today’s users – the now ubiquitous @ symbol, whose use is also credited to Tomlinson. more

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What‘s the carbon footprint of an email?

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Windfarms provide clean energy to power mail.com data center
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. Business travel has been significantly reduced, replaced by chats, video calls, and, of course, emails. Each of these online activities still cause carbon dioxide emissions, even if only a few grams. more
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Welcome to the new mail.com blog

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Get the most out of your email

Welcome to the new mail.com blog, full of tips and expert advice for our customers and anyone looking to make the most of their email experience. more

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mail.com updates its email service with two-factor authentication and new spam recognition technology

Two-factor authentication is now available to all mail.com users worldwide. The security feature provides additional protection both to the mailbox and to the cloud. With active two-factor authentication, account data is safe from unauthorized access, even if the account password is lost or compromised. To log in, users who activate two-factor authentication in their account settings will be required to enter not only their personal password, but also a temporary 6-digit one-time code generated by an authentication app on their smartphone. more
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mail.com now running on wind energy

Company’s own data center in Lenexa, KS is now operating on 100% clean energy. more
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Email pioneer mail.com celebrates 25 years of reliable service and unique domain names

Founded in the early days of email, the mail.com brand is still going strong, letting customers maintain their original personalized email addresses while offering cutting-edge technical infrastructure, security and privacy protection. more
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