There is always a better way to do most things in life, and that's certainly the case with how you handle large e-mail attachments. You can do what most people do and dump them into your cloud storage manually, or you can do something that's a bit more efficient - use the instant email > cloud data transfer web extension, Kloudless. A new-this-year web extension and app created by students at UC Berkeley, Kloudless will please anyone who receives large attachments on a regular basis. It lets you move large attachments to the cloud in a couple of clicks, making the task of archiving data in the cloud finally a seamless process. Our guide will outline how to use the handy email-data-moving service, Kloudless.
There are very few of us that have just one email address anymore. You may well have one address that you use more than others, but the chances are that you have others relating to work, hangovers from old ISPs, and various free webmail accounts. If you have a Gmail account, you can configure your inbox so that you can not only receive all of your emails in one place, but also send emails using any of your address, keeping all of your correspondence automatically sorted. See Also: Know When Important Emails Arrive Without Checking Your Inbox with AwayFind Access All
Two years ago AwayFind was launched, and inboxes haven’t been the same since. Instead of checking your inbox several times a day, making sure you’re not missing anything time sensitive, this is no longer needed thanks to the email notifications sent from AwayFind. You’ll agree when I say that some emails are more important than others, may it be personal or work related. If you receive new bill/invoice notifications via your email, it makes sense to get notified about them as soon as they land in your inbox, to avoid service interruptions. AwayFind will send you a text notification letting you
Without physical access to their computer, most people find it difficult operate it remotely. This may seem like a daunting task but setting up specific programs to run system tasks remotely can be accomplished quite easily. You can open a program, run system checks, or do anything that’s useful while you’re away by sending a simple email to your computer. This is different from regular scheduled tasks because you’re forcing the schedule to start at will, under the command of your email. While this may look tough at first glance, rest assured the instructions are laid out plainly. Each command
People often ask, "Why backup email if it's in the cloud?" The answer is - nothing is 100% safe from an accidental deletion, and backing up Gmail with an email desktop client to your hard drive is one of the most effective ways to create a solid backup of Gmail. Standalone software is a great option too, but a full desktop client can give you several more options. Our guide will outline how to backup Gmail and create a local backup of data using three of the best desktop email clients available - Windows Mail, Thunderbird and eM Client.
Sending out branded emails says a lot about both you and your company in general. Presenting your logo and contact details in a professional manner in every email you send could do wonders for your business. Adding good looking signatures in a personal email isn’t a bad idea either. Unfortunately, when it comes to sending emails via Gmail and other web based services, including such extras neatly within each email you send can be a difficult and time-consuming task. BrandMyMail offers an easy, suitable solution. Using this extension, you can quickly incorporate email templates, logos and personalised signatures which reflect
Ever since 150 thousand Gmail users had their entire archives accidentally deleted by Gmail in 2011, backing up email accounts has been something many people are interested in. There are two impressive standalone software solutions that can backup your email account to your PC or any other desired location. What’s even better, they’re both free. The first one is MailStore Home which can backup your email from almost any IMAP enabled email provider and then there’s Gmail Backup, which is dedicated to backing up Gmail accounts. Each of these software titles has everything you need to suit your backing up needs, and
Organize multiple email accounts in a stunning display with Aol’s ALTO Mail. The service is currently in beta, and you need an invite to sign up. However once you’re in, you’ll find it to be visually appealing with very easy navigation – giving a feel somewhat of a touchscreen tablet. There are some useful and relatively new features ALTO Mail offers, some of which we’ll cover below. These include message snoozing and placing emails in folder stacks for better email management. Organizing multiple email accounts made easy An overview of features Before we look at a few of these, here are
PowerInbox has long been known as a fantastic way to interact with social networks from your email. But it can also makes emails from dozens of other widely used sites interactive in your inbox as well. Whether you want to read/post on Facebook activity directly from the email notification or if you want to see the entire graphic of a coupon in real-time, Flash and all, PowerInbox can make it happen. Simply put – it puts an end to never-ending tabs in your browser. Setting up PowerInbox To start using PowerInbox with your emails, you’ll need to integrate the software
Over time, Facebook notifications, marketing emails and all those mailing lists you keep forgetting to unsubscribe to, come together to crowd your inbox. You try your best to organize and set up folders, but it’s just a feeble attempt to fight a losing battle. Those who want to start winning that battle, should seriously consider using Mailstrom. The web application allows you to analyse and clean up your inbox, reaching that elusive “Inbox Zero” level that so many of us have given up on. Using Mailstrom, you can view your inbox messages by sender, subject, size and much more. It
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