It can be frustrating when legit emails get stuck in the Spam folder. Here are some steps you can follow to stop legitimate email from being flagged as spam.
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If you want to send sensitive emails, you can add GPG encryption to it so only the intended recipient can view it. Here’s how to encrypt emails in Outlook.
Microsoft Outlook is a very popular software for Windows but can also be very slow. If you’re looking to speed it up, here are some tips.
If you’re on Windows 10 and are not satisfied with the new Mail app, Mailbird is a great alternative to Microsoft Outlook and worth checking out.
Had enough with the default Outlook email client in Windows 8? Here are some native email clients that are available in the Windows store for free. Let’s check them out.
Microsoft recently updated the Outlook app for iOS and Android. Can the major revamp entice you to switch from your stock email client? Let’s check it out.
With Outlook.com, it seems that Microsoft has hit the jackpot with an email service that competes with Gmail. Read on to find how to import IMAP messages.
In Gmail, you can append a “+” to the username and you will be able to create an email alias quickly and easily. The good news is that Outlook.com has also allowed the use of “+” in your email address. Check it out!
Most email clients render your emails in HTML mode by default, but there are times when you just want to read the emails in plain text. Here are the ways to read emails in plain text in different email clients.
Google is no longer providing free Google Apps plans. If you are looking for alternative apps to host your domain’s email, Outlook.com is the one to go for. Read on to find out how to use Outlook.com to host your email for your domain.
Microsoft released its new email service Outlook.com. There has been lots of buzz about it, but is it really better than Gmail? Check out our review.
In term of email client, Microsoft Outlook is the most popular one around. It is widely used in both home and office because of its deep integration with Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft Windows and of course, Microsoft Exchange. However, being popular doesn’t mean it is the best. There are several alternative email clients that have […]
I have seen many people and companies shy away from Microsoft products recently. Whether they are moving to a Mac or just want to save costs initially. There are a host of freeware products out there to fit your needs. One of the most common applications people look for is a desktop email application. Thunderbird […]
In almost all version of the Windows OS, the default email application is always Outlook. For those who are using Gmail and want to use it as the default email client, what you can do is to configure Outlook to use Gmail as the default account so that whenever you click on a mailto link, […]
Microsoft Outlook is by far the best email client for Windows. It helps you to manage all your emails, set up contact lists, plan meetings, schedules and so much more. You can also use Microsoft Outlook to read Google Reader feeds as well. So is Google Docs – one of the best online office applications […]
RSS feeds let you read blog updates and news items from all over the web in a news reader. The most popular web based news reader is Google Reader and we have earlier discussed some Google Chrome extensions to maximize your RSS experience. But in some situations, reading feeds inside a browser may not be […]
With calendars, contacts and task data becoming more and more mobile, pocket PCs are a key home for the storage of mobile organizer information. Windows Mobile can be synchronised via ActiveSync with your PC or Exchange server to keep synchonrised your contacts list, calendars and flagged emails and tasks – but tourble can arise in […]