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How to Change the Default Mail App on iPhone & iPad in iOS 14

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One of of the more exciting new changes to iPhone and iPad is the ability to set third-party mail apps as default. This ability requires iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 or later.

For now, you can change the default mail app to a different email client and change the default browser app too, so if you’re not a fan of the stock Mail app, or if you simply rely on another email app frequently, you’ll be excited to learn about this change.

Want to learn how you can set a different email client as the default mail app on your iPhone and iPad? Then read on!

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How to Mark Email as Read or Unread on Apple Watch

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The Apple Watch is great at doing all kinds of things, but it really comes into its own when used as a triage device for all the inbound communications everyone receives. We all get way too much email, and being able to deal with it on the go without pulling out our iPhones can be liberating. Although not as liberating as ditching email completely – but really, who can do that? Not us, so we rely on marking emails as read right from our wrists.

And sure, you can mark them as unread if that’s your style, too. Indeed, you can mark emails as read or unread…

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Why Am I Not Getting Emails on iPhone? Troubleshooting Mail on iPhone & iPad

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Having trouble with emails on iPhone or iPad? The Mail app that comes preinstalled on all Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad and Mac is widely used by iOS and ipadOS users to send and receive emails, regardless of what e-mail service they use. And it typically behaves as expected, but sometimes you may not be getting emails or perhaps are experiencing other issues with email on the iPhone or iPad. This article will aim to help troubleshoot email issues with Mail app on iPhone and iPad.

Apple allows users to use multiple accounts with separate inboxes on the…

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How to Block & Unblock Senders on Gmail (via Gmail.com)

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Are you receiving unwanted emails from a person or organization? Maybe it’s an annoying individual sending you obnoxious stuff, or perhaps it’s even promotional or spammy emails for companies, all of which may be showing up unwanted in your Gmail inbox? No worries, because you can block email addresses in Gmail and make sure your inbox is clean and clear of unwanted senders. And of course, you can unblock senders in Gmail too.

Similar to social networking platforms, email services also allow users to filter out people who’re giving a hard time by simply…

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How to Block a Senders Email Address on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to block a senders email address so that you don’t see their mails in your inbox anymore? Well, if you use the stock Mail app to access and organize your emails on iPhone or iPad, you’ll be pleased to know that this is a fairly simple and straightforward procedure.

The Mail app that comes pre-installed on all iOS devices is widely preferred by iPhone users to keep themselves updated on their emails, whether it’s for work or personal use. This is primarily due to the fact that you can use multiple accounts from different email service providers…

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How to Mark Email as Spam on iPhone by Moving to Junk Folder

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Do you want to mark emails as spam on your iPhone or iPad? If you’re using the stock Mail app that comes out of the box with iOS and iPadOS devices, you can do this by simply moving to the “Junk” folder within the app. This article will cover how you can mark emails as spam by using the Junk folder on iPhone or iPad.

The Mail app that comes pre-installed on all iOS devices is widely used by iPhone and iPad users to keep themselves updated on their emails, whether it’s for work or personal use. This is primarily due to the fact that you can use multiple…

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How to Filter Unwanted 'Reply All' Emails

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If you’ve ever worked in a corporate setting, you’ve surely encountered the nightmare of a “Reply All” misfire. This is when someone accidentally (or purposefully) blasts an email to way more people than they should’ve, and even more people chime in via “reply all” asking to be removed from the conversation and/or…

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How to Move Email from Junk to Mail Inbox on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to move the emails located in the Junk folder back to the Inbox within the Mail app on iPhone or iPad? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s fairly simple to unmark emails as junk / spam and restore them back to their original location, or even their rightful location. By doing this, you’re telling the Mail app that the email is not junk.


Apple’s stock Mail app makes use of the Junk folder to store all the spam e-mails that you may have received, but as we all know sometimes spam filters are overly aggressive and can wrongfully place…

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How to Add AOL Email to iPad or iPhone

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If you have or use an AOL email account, you may want to add it to your iPad or iPhone for convenience of checking and sending emails from the @aol.com address right from iOS or iPadOS.

Adding an AOL email address to iPad and iPhone is pretty easy. To get started you will need to make sure you know your AOL email address and the account password for the AOL account. Aside from that, it’s simply a matter of adding it to the iPad or iPhone by looking in the right place to add the @aol.com email address so that it can be accessed in Mail app on iPhone and iPad….

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