Aol breaks with the past with a new webmail app. Through JOANNA STERN October 17, 2012, 20:35 • 4 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article October 18, 2012 ?? — “You have an email!” Ah, the words so many of us associate with our first emailRead More →

Microsoft is replacing its Hotmail webmail service with a new browser-based version of Outlook, its desktop email application. The company said the new webmail site will have a cleaner look and work well with smartphones and tablets. It will remove display ads and large search boxes that take up spaceRead More →

Outlook.com, Microsoft’s relaunch for Hotmail, has already seen over a million new signups from users wanting to try it. The wilds also quickly grabbed available email addresses, beating the Microsoft CEO in the fist by typing [email protected] and [email protected], for example. While these addresses were undoubtedly acquired for fun, thereRead More →

Y’all can quit with all the Hotmail jokes. Microsoft unveiled today it’s new webmail Platform, Outlook.com, and it looks amazing. Seriously. In line with Microsoft’s transformation of all software properties, Outlook webmail adopts the clean and simple design of Microsoft’s Metro user interface. Anyone who has ever had Windows 8Read More →

2012 is certainly a busy year for Microsoft. Compared to innovative competitors like Apple and Google, Microsoft appears to most young consumers as a geriatric company, a company that makes clunky, yet reliable software. The Fortune 500 company tried to tackle that image this year by releasing the sleekest WindowsRead More →

Some of the world’s largest webmail system providers are partnering with financial services companies to combat phishing emails. Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and AOL are all backing Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC), a draft technical specification designed to reduce fraudulent email and introduce an authentication system that helps sendersRead More →

Facebook is completely rewriting its email product and preparing to launch a full webmail product in its place, according to a source with knowledge of the product. Internally it is known as Project Titan. Or, unofficially and perhaps too enthusiastically, the Gmail killer. Facebook messaging has been the bane ofRead More →

Users who prefer webmail services like Gmail, Yahoo Mail, or Live Mail over desktop email software face a problem that desktop users don’t have. They have to visit the email service’s website to check if any new emails have been received since the last visit, which can be especially problematicRead More →

Mailtrust business email hosting logo Offering the choice between Microsoft Exchange Noteworthy and Managed Microsoft Exchange platforms is a strong selling point that should facilitate new customer acquisition and position Mailtrust for future growth as demand for collaborative and mobile email solutions accelerates. . Blacksburg, Virginia (PRWEB) March 4, 2008Read More →

Below are some frequently asked questions about using the new WebMail program, which launched on May 18. The new webmail is similar to the old version, with additional features such as automatic spam filtering and message highlighting. If you have any questions not answered below, please contact support for assistance.Read More →