Almost every email service and app forwards email inline. Sometimes, though, we need to forward email as an attachment, for example if we want to report spam mail to a service such as SpamCop. Let's see how to forward email as an attachment, in popular webmails and apps.
Sometimes, we need to send sensitive information through email, and we want to make sure it won't fall into the wrong hands. Using the free OpenPGP encryption, we can send secure email messages, which will keep our personal data safe from prying eyes, even from the NSA.
Spammers are an insistent bunch. We might have tens or hundreds of spam emails daily, but some particular senders are repeat offenders, bothering us with their "offers" day after day. Let's see a simple trick to delete spam permanently from a particular sender in Gmail and Outlook.com.
Gmail is the most popular webmail service, with more than 425 million users. Thunderbird is Mozilla's email client, which is free, open source, and has some exciting plug-ins. Let's see how to use Gmail with Thunderbird, to have offline access and keep a Gmail backup.