An email program is software used to access email. Popular options include Outlook, Gmail, Windows Mail, and Mac Mail. Email clients allow emails to be accessed without internet access (provided that they were already downloaded into the client) and emails can be backed up to your computer.
In this article, we’ll explain the differences between a standalone email address and an email forwarder and give examples of good use cases for each.
Setting up an email address on an iPhone can be done in just a few minutes. If your email is self-hosted, you’ll need to get your incoming server name, outgoing server name, and of course your password. (Oftentimes remembering your password is the most challenging part of this!)
Setting up an email address in Mac Mail is quick and simple. Here is a step-by-step tutorial (with screenshots!) of how to do so.
Setting up an email address in Microsoft Outlook is relatively quick and easy. Here is a step-by-step tutorial (with screenshots!) of how to do so