Add Outlook Account

How to add a new account in Outlook

To receive, manage, and send mails from a specific account using Outlook, you must first link that account to the Microsoft client. How the setup works exactly depends on both the provider of the e-mail account and the version of Outlook you are using. This article explains how to add a new account in the different editions of Outlook.

Sending Blind Carbon Copies (Bcc) in Outlook

Activate Bcc in Outlook

The blind carbon copy (Bcc) function is available on any email program. Microsoft Outlook also provides the option to send blind carbon copies so addressees who should remain hidden to other recipients. To do this, activate the Bcc field in Outlook. We’ll guide you through these steps.

Outlook distribution list

How to create and manage distribution lists in Outlook

Do you regularly send messages to specific groups of recipients? If so, you can make e-mailing easier by creating preconfigured distribution lists in Outlook. You can create contact groups and distribution lists in the online version as well as the desktop version of Microsoft Outlook. This illustrated step-by-step guide will show you how.

Add mailbox to Outlook

Adding a mailbox to Outlook: How to set up access to mailboxes in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook has a feature that allows you to manage mailboxes in one client. To do this, the manager of a mailbox only has to share it. These selected users can then add the mailbox to their Outlook account to help the mailbox owner process incoming and outgoing mail traffic. Depending on the access given, multiple users may have the power to do a lot of work via e-mail, relaxing the...

Opening ICS files

ICS files – sending and receiving calendar entries

You can quickly and easily exchange calendar information using a digital calendar. ICS files allow you to send and receive important calendar events. These files can also be opened in other programs such as Excel. You can even import them into Outlook and Thunderbird. Here, you’ll learn what an ICS file is.

Gmail archive

Using the Gmail archive

When your Gmail inbox is full, it’s helpful to archive your emails. The Gmail archive helps you clean up your inbox without having to delete messages. Unlike other email providers, Gmail doesn’t have a dedicated archive folder. In this article, we’ll explain how to find archived emails in Gmail and how to archive them in the first place.

Recalling emails with Gmail

Recalling emails with Gmail: basics and instructions

In a hectic office environment, it’s not uncommon for emails to be sent to the wrong person at times. And who hasn’t forgotten to attach a document they mentioned in the body of an email before? This is especially irritating when the email contains sensitive information. With Gmail, wrongfully sent emails can be quickly recalled. Find out how it works and the prerequisites needed to recall your...

Import contacts into Gmail

Google: Import contacts into Gmail, G Suite and Co.

If you are using a Google account privately or for work, you can easily manage all of your contact data such as email addresses and telephone numbers in a single place. Not only can you save individual contacts manually, but there is also a useful function allowing you to import them from a contact data file. We will show you how to import your contacts into Google services such as Gmail or G...

Export Gmail contacts

Export Google Contacts: How it works

With the free “Contacts” application, Google provides a first-rate address book for storing all your important contact information. Anyone who, for backup purposes, would like to store their contact data in another location or have it transferred to a mail program other than Gmail, can export their personal Google contacts at any time. We’ll show you how it’s done.

E-mail

IONOS E-mail Guide: everything need to know about e-mails

Most people couldn’t imagine a life without e-mails. Whether you use them to communicate for business or personal reasons, e-mails have practically replaced traditional letters. Over 200 billion e-mails are sent around the world each day and despite the rise in social media and instant messaging, they show no sign of slowing down. Our E-mail Guide forms part of the IONOS Digital Guide and is dedicated to the basic framework of the e-mail–from the technical security requirements to marketing strategies you should use when sending business e-mails. The contents of this E-mail Guide cater for both beginners as well as more experienced computer users.

The E-mail Guide’s target audience

The numerous e-mail tips in the guide are aimed at a wide readership, from hobbyists and novices to IT and e-mail marketing professionals. Owners of small and medium-sized companies can also benefit from articles that provide information on how to create business e-mails and build successful e-mail marketing campaigns. The e-mail guide takes into consideration that readers have different levels of IT knowledge; as well as introductory articles on FAQs (e.g. ‘How is an e-mail sent?’ or ‘What should an e-mail header contain?’) there are also more detailed and specific articles such as ‘E-mail encryption with PGP’ or ‘Creating individual newsletter templates’.

The E-mail Guide’s structure and topics

In IONOS’s Digital Guide, the E-mail Guide offers three different subcategories. Under ‘E-mail marketing’ you can read about marketing trends as well as tips on direct marketing via e-mail. The ‘E-mail security’ subcategory mainly deals with e-mail encryption and how to handle spam and phishing e-mails. Lastly, under ‘Technical matters’, you’ll find various articles about structure, operation and storage of e-mails and the corresponding software. In our guide, we provide detailed information on everything to do with e-mails, presented to you in a clear and understandable way.


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