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Personal email domain: What is it and how to create an email address

Personal email domain: What is it and how to create an email address

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A personal e-mail domain is a must in the commercial sphere. Conveying a professional image in your contact details will ensure that customers and businesses take you seriously. Find out about the advantages of having an individual mail domain and learn how to secure a personal e-mail address in just a few steps.

The perfect out of office message: examples and helpful tips

The perfect out of office message: examples and helpful tips

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The out of office message is a crucial part of email communication in the workplace. If you don’t have access to your email, your contacts will want to know when you’ll be back and whether or not you’ll be represented by someone else in your absence. An out of office reply may be short but there are lots of mistakes that can creep in which you’ll want to avoid. We show you here how to formulate…

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How to create an email group in Outlook (distribution list)

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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.

How to recall mail in Outlook

How to recall mail in Outlook

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It comes to the rescue when you think it’s too late: Outlook’s recall function enables you to delete e-mails after you’ve sent them or to replace them with a new version. However, it only works under certain conditions. We explain how to recall Outlook messages you’ve already sent, and provide possible reasons why the recall function might not work.

How to set up out of office message in Outlook

How to set up out of office message in Outlook

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Automatic out-of-office replies are a great way to let your contacts know when you’re not available. You can easily send automatic out-of-office replies from Outlook. Moreover, with Outlook you can set up numerous special rules, for example for cases when important e-mails need forwarding. We will show you how to use the Outlook out-of-office assistant, including the tool to set special rules.

Outlook won’t open: The best solutions simply explained

Outlook won’t open: The best solutions simply explained

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You cannot start Microsoft Outlook, your calendar is no longer accessible, an important e-mail can no longer be retrieved – when Microsoft’s popular and useful e-mail program fails, you have to laboriously access your inbox via your e-mail provider’s website. Usually, a defective Navigation Pane, outdated add-ins, or a profile in need of repair are at fault. Even with issues lacking clearly…

The double opt in process: Introduction and guidelines

The double opt in process: Introduction and guidelines

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An inbox full of spam is enough to grind anyone’s gears. Too many marketers try to worm their way into the inboxes of potential customers without seeking permission. This is technically allowed in the US, but only until the recipient explicitly opts out. To ensure you don’t drive any customers away or ruin your company’s reputation by sending undesired newsletters, you should look into the double…

How to write the perfect e-mail subject line for newsletters

How to write the perfect e-mail subject line for newsletters

  • E-mail marketing

E-mail advertising is the ideal supplement to online marketing methods such as SEO or SEA. With the correct newsletter subject line, you can attract the reader’s attention – but it is crucial to choose the right content and text. Here are a few important basic rules for increasing your newsletter’s opening rate and, with that, your conversions.

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What is Exchange Server? Microsoft’s Groupware explained

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Microsoft Exchange Server is considered the standard solution for business e-mail traffic and computer-supported collaborative work. The software has many different usage models of available and these require purchasing special licenses. We’ll show you the licensing model here and give you an overview of the different functions of the collaborative software.

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Outlook alternatives: free and fee-based alternatives compared

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Traditional email is still a big part of online communication for private and for business use, with many users typically opting for Outlook as their email client. But many private users and small businesses often look for Outlook alternatives, since Outlook can often end up being expensive. There are lots of excellent email programs that won’t break the bank.

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