It has always been a chore to attach a photo or video to an e-mail you're already composing on iOS. That changes with the latest version.
It might just be. This clever app automatically filters out the newsletters, daily deals, and other unimportant stuff, but keeps it grouped and available.
This Chrome extension lets you encrypt and track Gmail attachments, set permissions for them, and remotely destroy them like an evil villain.
With color themes, doodles, voice messaging, and even video chat, the iPhone app feels more like WhatsApp than your traditional e-mail account.
Instead of downloading attachments to a computer, Gmail users can save attached files directly to the Google Drive folder of their choice.
With a few steps you can set up an easy way to encrypt PDF files generated from the standard print dialog window.
You can now drag and drop photos when composing an e-mail in Gmail to add them as attachments instead of inline images.
Dropbox is a powerful collaborative file-sharing tool, but it doesn't have a native e-mail tool. There's a fairly simple workaround that lets you share files from devices without Dropbox and lets others send files directly to your shared folders. Learn how to do it in this blog post by Rob Lightner.
With the Yosemite public beta now available, CNET takes a deeper dive each week with individual new features from the OS, this week continuing with Apple's Mail.
Spammers take advantage of the rising popularity of e-mailed advertisements by mimicking them and attaching viruses.