The Outlook address book is an important tool for many computer users who regularly send and receive messages via Microsoft's e-mail service. To restore the contact list from a backup file after a version change or data loss, or simply to add new contact information, there is this import function. We'll show you how to easily import Outlook contacts to update your address book.
With Outlook, you have all your email inboxes in view. The software makes it easy to manage multiple accounts. Not only different Microsoft accounts, but also other email service accounts can be integrated. If required, you can delete the account with just a few clicks. We’ll show you how.
The network protocol CalDAV allows you to synchronise calendar data such as appointments and meetings on your PC, smartphone or tablet. The events are then displayed presentably in iCalender format and managed in a WebDAV environment. We’ll explain what CalDAV is exactly and how you can use it yourself.
If you send an e-mail without additional security measures, it’s like sending a postcard: if everything goes as planned, the information should arrive unchanged and unread in the recipient’s inbox. However, if someone intercepts the card or the e-mail in transit, they can read the contents without any problem and make as many changes as possible. Just like you would use an opaque envelope to...
The internet is not only a vast marketplace for companies, but also a gold mine for criminals. They attempt to steal user data and redirect financial transactions by constantly developing new methods. One popular technique is called pharming. But how does pharming work and how can internet users protect themselves?
The Domain Name System provides functions that enable internet communication in the first place. The MX record, for example, deals with the disclosure of mail servers. In order to find out where your email must be sent to begin with, the mail server performs an MX record check: It inquires after the specific address. To illustrate this concept, we explain MX records to you with the help of an...
Week numbering is deactivated in the Outlook calendar by default. Follow our illustrated, step-by-step instructions for how to display the calendar week in Outlook, and find out how to show week numbers in monthly view. This allows you to see at a glance which calendar week your appointments fall into.
Old emails, past appointments, and completed tasks are automatically archived by Outlook after a preconfigured period. AutoArchive can be configured individually, if required. Outlook also provides the ability to manually archive selected folders. We’ll show you how to do it.
We use emails every day in the office as one of our principle forms of communication. So what are you supposed to do with the mountain of emails backlogged over the years? The answer is email archiving. This isn’t just a useful way to keep your inbox clean though: it’s also the law. Find out here about the importance of mail archiving and how it’s governed in the UK and US.
Online privacy is a sensitive issue that affects experts and amateurs alike. Whether you’re posting on social networks, carrying out banking transactions, or buying from an online store, your data is not always sufficiently protected. The same applies to e-mails. Don’t let cyber criminals get their hands on your content by encrypting your e-mails.
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.