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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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Beware of phishing emails: New risks in 2022

Have you recently gotten an email asking you to enter your mail.com password or your account will be deactivated? Or received a request to log in to consent to changes in a company’s terms of use? Warning: These messages are examples of a kind of  email scam known as “phishing”.
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Not sure if an email is legit? Here's what you can look for.
Because there are a lot of phishing mails circulating these days, here’s a refresher in how to protect yourself. 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 In many cases business travel has also been replaced by chats, video calls, and, of course, emails.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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Celebrating one year of the mail.com blog!

Guess who just turned one? The mail.com blog, with its weekly explainers and pointers that help you get the most out of your email.
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Make a wish! We want your suggestions.
To celebrate our first 100+ posts, we share five favorites – and ask for your suggestions. more
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In case you missed it: Our mail.com blog readers' favorites

It was a busy year at the mail.com blog – after a successful launch in April we covered topics from spam-fighting tips and inbox tricks to explainers about the world of email. What posts proved the most popular?
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Which blog articles were most popular with our readers?
In case you missed them, our readers' favorites of 2021! more
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Ask the Expert: mail.com customer support

At mail.com, we strive to offer our users the best possible email experience. But if you do have a question or an issue, mail.com Customer Care is standing by to assist you.
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mail.com experts take you behind the scenes in Customer Care
We interviewed two experts from our second-level customer support team to introduce you to the people behind the emails – and offer some insights into the mail.com support process. more
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Black Friday: mail.com provides more protection against phishing with DMARC security standard

The email provider mail.com is now using the international security standard DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance). This improves the protection of its users against fraud emails with forged sender addresses. more
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Happy birthday, email!

This year marks the 50th anniversary of email, a technology that has transformed the way the world communicates. From the first-ever message “QWERTYUIOP” to forming the backbone of today’s digital services, email has come a long way. more
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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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