The classic newsletter is often underrated as an online marketing tool. Virtually no other online channel lets you contact customers so specifically and individually. With the help of professional newsletter software, you can create and send automated personal newsletters. Modern tracking methods mean you can monitor whether your campaign is running as successfully as planned. The kind of software [...]
The first ever e-mail was sent by the American, Ray Tomlinson, in October 1971. Fast-forward several decades and e-mail has developed into one of the most used internet services in the world, but are its days numbered? Will instant messengers and social media render e-mail useless for the digital generation? Current figures provide information, as well as a glimpse into the future of e-mail.
E-mails enable us to send messages and files around the world in seconds. E-mail correspondence is an indispensable part of everyday life for most internet users, but most users, however, don’t actually know how an e-mail is sent. A lot happens in the short time between a message being dispatched to it being delivered.
When you set up your e-mail account you will sooner or later be faced with the decision of choosing between IMAP or POP3. Both transfer protocols help you receive your e-mails. But what are the differences between IMAP and POP3? And when is it best to use which protocol?
Have you ever been curious about how an e-mail arrives at the designated recipient? The header area of an e-mail contains a lot more information than just the sender, the subject, the recipient and the date the e-mail was received. By displaying all of the e-mail header you can determine whether the e-mail falls into the spam category. Learn how to decipher the information in an e-mail header.
Billions of spam e-mails are sent daily. These annoying messages cost time and get on your nerves, especially when malware finds its way onto your computer or private data falls into the wrong hands. Just a few small tricks and a bit of caution when dealing with e-mails can remedy the situation.