Free e-mail providers

The best free email providers: a comparison


The quality and quantity of features offered by free email providers is forever improving. Ever increasing amounts of storage space, greater levels of security, and more modern user interfaces are all being made available free of charge. But the list of possible providers is long...


Reasons to get your own email domain

Personal e-mail domains: professional communication on the web


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...


The Best Alternatives to Evernote

Alternatives to Evernote: A comparison of digital notebooks

Evernote is one of the most popular digital notebooks worldwide. It is characterised by its structured, multifunctional presentation. However, many useful features are included only in the paid premium version. We will show you which comparable programs are available and give you the best alternatives to Evernote.

Gmail attachment size limit

What is the Gmail attachment size limit?

When sending emails with large files via Gmail, you may exceed the maximum attachment size that Gmail has imposed. So what are you supposed to do now? Our article explains what Gmail file size limits there are, what the size limits depend on, and what options are available to you if you really want to send large files.

Set Outlook as default mail client

Set Outlook as the default mail client: Here’s how

Do you work with different email programs at the same time, but don’t want to log in to email accounts separately? In that case you can use Microsoft Outlook as a central default program for all emails. If you set Outlook as the default email client, emails from different accounts can be sent and received in one user interface.

Outlook: file size limit

Outlook: maximum file size limit explained

By default, the maximum attachment size in Outlook is 20 MB. However, if you use a mail server with an allowed file size of 25 MB and send emails via Outlook, you may need to extend the maximum size limit of an email in Outlook. We explain what to look for in Outlook’s attachment size limit and how to configure the maximum size.

Change language in Gmail

Change language in Gmail: easy browser and app guide

Whether you’re travelling or you’ve accidentally changed the language on your PC or smartphone – if Gmail is suddenly no longer displayed in the language of your choice, it can be frustrating. Fortunately, changing your Gmail language doesn’t require any major detours. You can easily change the Gmail language both in the browser and on mobile devices.

Gmail with custom domain

Using Gmail with a custom domain: A how-to guide

Using an email address with a custom domain helps make customers and competitors take you more seriously. But what if you want to use your custom domain in Gmail? Is this possible? And where do you even get your own domain? We explain everything, with screenshots and examples, in this how-to guide. Read on to find out more.

Sending an e-mail: how does it work?

What happens when an e-mail is sent?

E-mails enable us to send messages and files around the world in seconds, but how does e-mail transmission work? Although e-mail correspondence is an indispensable part of everyday life for most internet users, many don’t have a clue how to answer this question. A lot happens in the short time between messages being dispatched and delivered.

Back up Outlook emails

How to back up your Outlook emails to protect your data

If you’ve ever lost your data, you’ll know just how annoying it can be. That’s why Outlook, the popular Windows email client, allows users to back up important data to various storage devices. To make an Outlook backup, you simply have to create and generate a PST file. Not sure how to do this? No worries. Our step-by-step guide has got you covered!

Outlook AutoCorrect

Outlook AutoCorrect: Enable and disable Outlook AutoCorrect options

Outlook ‘AutoCorrect’ helps to avoid recurring typing errors and automatically adjusts to frequent formatting requests. However, AutoCorrect sometimes makes mistakes too, depending on your settings. In this guide, we’ll show you how to activate or deactivate Outlook AutoCorrect options and which adjustments you can make in Windows and macOS.

Outlook spell check

Outlook: how to turn spell check on and off

Outlook spell check makes it easy to detect spelling and grammar errors in emails. Good spelling is essential for professional communication with clients and service providers. Learn how to turn on spell check in Outlook, check your emails for errors manually, or set up the automatic Outlook spell check before sending.

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