Take a great photo on your iPhone and it’s natural to want to share it with friends and family. We’ve covered sharing photos from the Photos app, but you can also share photos directly from within your Mail application. As more and more are using their iOS devices for productivity and work, attaching files like Word documents or PDFs becomes a necessity. Here’s how you can attach files and photos on iPhone or iPad, directly from the Mail app.
Are you swimming in an inbox filled with social network notifications, retail offers and assorted email that you never solicited? You are not alone and it’s getting increasingly difficult to manage your inbox. Even worse, it can cause you to miss important emails from friends, family or your boss. Ok, well maybe that least categorization isn’t that important. In all seriousness, cutting the clutter from your inbox is an invaluable tool and there is a built-in feature in iOS 6 to help you do just that. Here’s how to setup VIP in mail on iPhone and iPad.
If you happen to use Microsoft Exchange email for work, you’ll be happy to know that it works well in iOS. When having multiple email accounts that includes both personal and business email, iOS provides a unified view that allows you to see all of your messages. You can access either by itself to filter your messages. Here’s how to setup Microsoft Exchange on iPhone or iPad.
One of the more prevailing free email services is Google’s Gmail and for good reason. Google, often known for search (and some other mobile OS), brings those powerful search tools to your inbox. Gmail offers 10GB of storage, with more available for purchase if your account grows. It is also part of Google’s Apps for Business, all resulting in Gmail becoming an incredibly popular email client. Here’s how to setup Gmail on iPhone and iPad. Apple’s built-in Mail app makes it easy to set up a Gmail account.
Later this year, Microsoft will sunset Hotmail in favor of Outlook.com, their new email service. The new Outlook.com service boasts a super clean interface and as with any new email service, there’s still an opportunity to grab that elusive email address void of extraneous numerals you’re forced to add in order to find one that’s available. If you’ve switched or considering a switch, here’s how to set up Outlook.com email on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. On your iOS device, navigate to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Tap on Add Account… Select ‘Hotmail’ Select ‘Add Mail Account’ Type in […]