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The Differences Between POP3 and IMAP [MTE Explains]

The Differences Between POP3 and IMAP [MTE Explains]

If you are using a desktop mail client to manage emails for all your email addresses, you will have come across the option to use either POP3 or IMAP. What exactly are they? And how can they affect the whole emailing experience? Read on to find out more.

Geary: A Simple Email Client For Linux That Supports Threaded Conversation

Geary: A Simple Email Client For Linux That Supports Threaded Conversation

There are plenty of email desktop clients for Linux. Some are being integrated into the distro (such as Thunderbird, Evolution, Kmail) and used as the default email client while others require you to install manually. Geary belongs to the latter. Geary is a simple and lightweight email client that supports email threading (some call it […]

Check Your Gmail on Mac Without Opening The Browser

Check Your Gmail on Mac Without Opening The Browser

Email has become such an essential part of the way that we work in the digital age. It seems like the bulk of the communication that we deal with during any given work day come at us through our email accounts. Of course, you may not always want to open your web browser just to […]

6 Features to Make You Reconsider Using Hotmail

6 Features to Make You Reconsider Using Hotmail

Since people started moving all of their information to the clouds by the Terabyte, many of the web based applications have really stepped up their game. It seems to me like I am always hearing about what Google is doing. While there is no denying I am a big user of Google’s offering, including Gmail, […]

How to Receive Yahoo Mails From Desktop Email Client in Mac

How to Receive Yahoo Mails From Desktop Email Client in Mac

A few months ago, Microsoft has make available the POP3 access to Hotmail. This means that Hotmail users can now receive/send their mails from their desktop clients. Apparently, Yahoo didn’t think this is a big problem. Until now, they still make the POP3 access exclusive to their premium users. If you are a Mac and […]