There is a multitude of iPhone email application articles about which iPhone email app is best.
Almost everyone has an opinion, but are they supported by facts? We want to bring you supported opinion for the top ten iPhone email applications.
iPhone email applications are too important in our daily lives to mess around. Sometimes iPhone emails frustrate us because they don’t function in the way we need them.
We went out to find the best of the best in iPhone email applications
There are many reasons for using a custom email address from your domain name. But it won’t do you any good if you can’t connect it to an email application.
We put together this simple guide to help you access your custom email address through Mac Mail.
As you’ll see, it’s easy to set up, and once you’re done, it will be easy to access your custom email inbox whenever you want.
Keep reading to find out how to set up your custom domain with Mac
Today, 55.1% of the global population are internet users. That represents a whopping 1,066% increase from 2000!
In 2017, there were 3.7 billion email users, each of whom owned an average of 1.70 accounts. That’s 6.29 billion email accounts in total.
These accounts sent and received an estimated 269 billion daily email messages. That’s about 98.185 trillion emails for the entire year!
It’s all thanks to IMAP and POP3, two of the most common email protocols, that we have this way of communicating.
If you’ll set up
Written by Chris Graves on September 11, 2014
As you’ve noticed by now, we’ve updated our look. It’s the seventh major change to our web site since we started the company in 1997. I think it looks great, but we’ve also made changes that go far more than skin deep. The surface you see now better reflects who we are, and where we’re going. Over the last nine months we’ve made some major improvements “under the hood” that you’re already benefiting from, and coming in the next 60 days there are changes coming that
The wave of hacked email accounts is hitting some sort of terminal velocity lately. The result of this, as some of you may have seen, is servers ending up on blacklists, which ultimately prevents some of your messages from reaching the intended recipients.
We take every precaution on this end to prevent spam from being sent through our server and staying off of blacklists, but unfortunately, the most vulnerable points of exploitation are on your end. Once your email account or
A customer on the patty.machighway.com server had their email address compromised by a spammer. The spammer then sent several thousand messages out from patty.machighway.com which has caused the server to end up on multiple blacklists. As a result, many of our customers on that server have received bounce-back replies from servers rejecting their messages.
Once the exploit was detected, the offending email account was shut down and spam ceased to be sent from our server.
This is a very unfortunate situation and
Fortunately, only a few of our servers yesterday were negatively effected by a cPanel update that reset our email connection limits.
Unfortunately, a few of our servers yesterday were negatively effected by a cPanel update that reset our email connection limits.
Now, we don’t want to blame cPanel. They offer a robust product and these updates were essential to closing a security gap before it was exploited. This is what good and responsible developers do and we appreciate their attention to addressing potential
You have 3 emails in your inbox:
Message 1 You’ve received an awful joke of the day message from your cousin. Of course you have; she sends one every day.
Message 2 You’ve received some chain letter that Snopes disproved years ago but a co-worker never checks his sources before blasting out emails to his entire address book.
Message 3 Some person with an unfortunate (and likely fake) name has sent you an email telling you how to be a better lover and