Avoid letting your entire mailing list know the names and addresses of everyone else on the list. Many people won’t know, or care, that their email address has been passed along to hundreds of other people, but you don’t want to be the one to break their confidentiality by sharing their address with others. Learn to use Bcc: in your email.
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‘Email’ Articles at Missionary Geek
Have you ever needed a reminder on something on a specific date, but did not know how to file the information so that you would see it when you needed it? Send an email to yourself with the information you need when you need it.
Sending a reminder to yourself in the future is a great way to remember to deal with a project at a certain time. But how do you get that reminder to show up in a place you will certainly see it? How about having it sent to your email inbox? Give FutureMe a try!
Your choice of email protocol you choose to use will determine the abilities you have to control your email. In some cases you won’t have a choice as to which you can use. But when you do have the option, you should always opt for using IMAP email over POP.