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Kim Dotcom's Mega vows to create useable encrypted email for the masses

Kim Dotcom's Mega organization vows to create a new encrypted email system that would include functionality such as email search.

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Five iCloud email tricks you probably missed

Are you using your iCloud email account? Kirk McElhearn shows you five great features you might have missed.

How to solve the worst email annoyances

Email remains one of the most common tasks we perform with our computers, but sometimes the mail won't go through (or won't go through in a way we prefer). Chris Breen offers workarounds for common email problems.

Disable Gmail's inbox sorting

Don't like how Gmail is putting your emails into categories like social, promotions or updates? It's an easy feature to disable.

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Review: Face2Face makes Apple Mail more personable

Face2Face is an Apple Mail plug-in that helps add contact profile pictures to the app.

Tech Tip: Disabling Gmail's inbox sorting

Don't like how Gmail is putting your emails into categories like social, promotions or updates? It's an easy feature to disable.

Hands-on: Unibox is a 'people-centric' Mac email client

Eightloops released a private beta of its new Mac email client. Here's a hands-on look at the new app.

How to delete or move a lot of Gmail messages

MLStrand56 had a Gmail question for the Answer Line forum: How does one archive or delete every email from a particular sender--or that matches some other criteria?

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How to manage Gmail labels (and use them as folders)

A recent convert to Gmail, RLConner asked the Answer Line forum about organizing mail into what Google calls "labels,' although they're similar to other services' folders.

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Review: Airmail email client has sleek fuselage, can't avoid a little turbulence

Airmail’s appealing interface can’t entirely conceal this lightweight email client’s shortcomings.

Email overload? Check out SaneBox

If your inbox is overflowing (and whose inbox isn't?), a service called SaneBox could help. Dan Miller has a quick video tour.