When you can delete an email on your iPhone or iPad with just a single tap of the wrong button…well, that can be frustrating to undo if you tend to hit it accidentally! In this article, we’ll discuss how to force Mail to ask nicely before it trashes your stuff.
At the top of the list of “things we’re not fond of” are calendar events that appear automatically because we received emails with attached invites. If you’re seeing those on your Mac, too, we’re going to tell you how to turn them off!
For this article, we’re gonna talk about how easy it is to go about setting up contact groups on the Mac, which you can then use to email whole bunches of people without having to type in each address every time! What a time-saver.
For this article, we’re going to cover how to edit the Mail app on your iPhone or iPad to look just the way you want it to—you can show or hide “All Inboxes,” “All Sent,” or “All Trash,” for example, or you could add a frequently used mailbox out on the main screen! So handy.
Windows 10 Mail is a handy email app included in Windows 10, but it adds an annoying email signature to the bottom of all of your new emails by default. Here’s how to change the Windows 10 Mail signature to something more personal, or disable it entirely if you don’t want it.
If you use multiple email addresses on your iPhone or iPad, then you should know that you can set up different signatures for each one! Need to have a blank signature for a personal address but a detailed one for business? No problem.
macOS Sierra’s version of Mail has a few tricks up its sleeve, including a tiny button that’ll turn new filtering capabilities on. You could use this, for example, to show only unread messages in a mailbox or emails from just your VIPs. We’ll tell you how!
Are nonstop work emails stressing you out on the weekends? There’s no need to hide your iPhone in a drawer. Here’s how to turn off email notifications and hide the unread email badge on your iPhone’s home screen, allowing you to enjoy your device on vacations or downtime without worrying about work.
Sometimes you need to make the best impression possible, and sometimes you need to do it though email. To that end, we’ve got a few tips for you on how to make your messages look more professional if you’re using Apple’s Mail program!
Need to filter annoying spam or keep a certain sender out of your iCloud inbox? Check out this article on setting up iCloud email rules, so you can automatically move or trash messages without having to do the heavy lifting yourself.