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9 of the best email apps to help you achieve inbox zero

9 of the best email apps to help you achieve inbox zero

By 3 December 2014

Email. Ugh. Just seeing that word can bring a wave of stress upon us like nothing else. It wastes time, clutters both professional and personal lives, and is impossible to organise. Well, almost. Within the last few years, several new email apps have... >>

ProtonMail is the Snapchat of email, self-destructing encrypted email thanks to MIT scientists

ProtonMail is the Snapchat of email, self-destructing encrypted email thanks to MIT scientists

By 14 July 2014

Secure email clients are fast becoming the gold of the internet amid news of government snooping. Former MIT scientists, consulting with CERN scientists, have teamed up to create an encrypted email client called ProtonMail. ProtonMail is so secure that... >>

Facebook closing @facebook.com messaging service after small usage

Facebook closing @facebook.com messaging service after small usage

By 24 February 2014

Facebook is closing its @facebook.com messaging/email service, which has been available since 2010. "We’re notifying people who use their @facbook.com email that the feature is changing," a spokesman told Pocket-lint. "When someone sends you an email... >>

Gmail now displays images in email, thanks to Google's secure proxy servers

Gmail now displays images in email, thanks to Google's secure proxy servers

By 12 December 2013

Gone are the days of clicking "display images below" in Gmail, because Google's free email service will soon show images in your messages by default. In a post on the official Gmail blog, John Rae-Grant, a product manager at Google, explained why Gmail... >>

NCA Cyber Crime alert: Cryptolocker ransom scam is targeting 'tens of millions' of Brits

NCA Cyber Crime alert: Cryptolocker ransom scam is targeting 'tens of millions' of Brits

By 15 November 2013

Authorities from the UK National Crime Agency have issued an unusual alert on Friday about a rampant cyberscam that locks users out of their computers and demands a pricey ransom in return. Tens of millions of Brits have been targeted. In a warning titled... >>

Gmail attachments now save to Google Drive - gone are the days of downloading

Gmail attachments now save to Google Drive - gone are the days of downloading

By 12 November 2013

You can now save Gmail attachments directly to Google Drive, effectively eliminating the need to download. Google understands that downloading email attachments is sometimes a pain. They take up space on a hard drive, get lost in download folders, etc.... >>

Apple Mail in OS X Mavericks features troublesome Gmail changes

Apple Mail in OS X Mavericks features troublesome Gmail changes

By 23 October 2013

Gmail addicts who've installed the OS X 10.9 Mavericks update on their Macs will notice Apple Mail is suddenly acting even more finicky when it comes to loading Gmail accounts. Before OS X Mavericks, Gmail users had to go through a lengthy and overly... >>

Google introduces full-screen option for new compose window in Gmail

Google introduces full-screen option for new compose window in Gmail

By 19 July 2013

Google on Friday introduced a full-screen option for the new compose window in Gmail, giving email users more space to draft a message than what the previous stuck-to-the-bottom-right-corner option provided. After enabling the full-screen option, the... >>

Microsoft to abandon linked email accounts in favour of aliases

Microsoft to abandon linked email accounts in favour of aliases

By 17 June 2013

Microsoft announced on Monday that it plans to kill its linked accounts feature for Hotmail and Outlook.com. The company first introduced linked accounts in 2006, enabling users to toggle between their Microsoft accounts without having to re-enter passwords,... >>

Yahoo will reset and free up all inactive IDs, starting mid-July

Yahoo will reset and free up all inactive IDs, starting mid-July

By 12 June 2013

Yahoo wants to clean house by freeing up ID accounts that have been inactive for at least a year. The company announced the news on Wednesday and said that deleting the inactive IDs would allow active Yahoo users to grab "short, sweet, and memorable"... >>


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