Is it time for a new email provider? Our article looks at recommended choices and helps you pick one that meets your needs, whether you’re an everyday user or a business.
Austin Mac Works Blog: Email
To reduce the chance of missing an important message, consider making a “ham filter.”
Would you be distraught if you lost your email? Do you need to reduce server usage to stay under a mail quota? Or perhaps you need a copy of a previous employee’s communications. The answer is email archiving.
When seeking confirmation of a spam email, send a separate message saying you’ve forwarded what you think might be a phishing message so the recipient knows to check their Junk mailbox if need be.
Luckily, it’s easy to get off the lists of legitimate e-mail senders. Learn more now.
Many of us have just a couple of people—our personal VIPs—whose messages are important enough to warrant an alert. Learn how!
The best thing you can do to improve your email productivity is to write better email. That will help you avoid confusion, unnecessary back-and-forth, and annoyance. Try these six tips.
Setting up a custom email address with your own domain isn’t that hard or expensive, and it gives you independence from your ISP, employer, or the sketchy email provider you signed up with after college. Here’s how you can switch.