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Using 2-step verification on your webmail account

Why you should use this security system?

It allows you to tell your email provider what computers you will use to log onto your email. Any others are then viewed by them as untrusted and so a user will not be able to log on without verifying that they are really you! 9 more words

Custom Email with Domain or Webmail in Mac Yosemite Mail Setup


How to set up your custom email using your domain or called, webmail in your Mac Yosemite’s Mail application, actually it will work with any hosts. 46 more words

Cypht: New Open Source Webmail

I suck at product announcements, probably because I have no perceptible marketing skills. Usually I just whip out a list of technical details that even I can’t edit because I fall asleep by the third bullet point – A list that significantly limits the number of people who care one iota about what I’m blathering on about. 705 more words

Moving From Verizon Webmail

Introduction

AOL and IncrediMail are a piece of cake to transfer to another email client (see previous posting) compared to Verizon Webmail. If you’re unfortunate enough to be using Webmail as your primary mechanism for contacts and email folders, don’t bother thinking about switching to another email provider, or even switching your Verizon Webmail to an email client. 1,826 more words

Germany pushes for widespread end-to-end email encryption

The biggest webmail providers in Germany will soon encourage their customers to use full-blown end-to-end email encryption. The providers, including Deutsche Telekom and United Internet, will next month roll out a browser plugin that’s supposed to make traditionally laborious PGP technology easier to use – and in the process, they’re addressing a key concern about the existing “De-Mail” system. 628 more words

Custom Email with Domain or Webmail in Mac Yosemite Mail Setup


How to set up your custom email using your domain or called, webmail in your Mac Yosemite’s Mail application, actually it will work with any hosts. 46 more words