This App Uses Artificial Intelligence To Manage Your Inbox

There was a day a few years ago where I received 1000 emails.

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Unsubscribing From Spam Only Makes It Worse

The last time I checked my spam folder, I noticed a few messages included an unsubscribe link. Well that’s nice, I thought. Maybe spammers realize that some people will never respond, so they want to trim their lists for efficiency. I clicked “unsubscribe.” That was a mistake.

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Modern Phishing Attempts Look More Legit, but the Methods Haven’t Changed Much

You get a new email that looks like it’s from a friend, a company, a government official, or even a family member. All that’s in that email is a link. You click it, because, of course you do. You’re taken to a login page, where you enter your credentials. Then, that site turns out to be fake and collects your…

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Ransomware Is Being Hidden Inside Attachments of Attachments

Ransomware attacks are getting more and more clever as the public gets wise to them. The latest involves hiding a malicious macro inside a Word document attached to a seemingly harmless PDF file.

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Roll Your Own Unroll.me With a Google Script

Unroll.me, the newsletter unsubscription service, was just busted selling off more data than most of us thought possible, so it goes without saying that many are dumping the service altogether. Good news though, a Google Script can unsubscribe you from a ton of emails almost just as easily.

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Unroll.me, the Email Unsubscription Service, Has Been Collecting and Selling Your Data

Yesterday, The New York Times went deep into some of Uber’s shady business practices. In the article, one small section revealed that one service we’ve talked about extensively over the years, Unroll.me, has been mining and selling off your email data, and Uber used that data to gain intelligence on Lyft.

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The Best Email Client for MacOS

Email clients come in all shapes and sizes, but when it comes to the options available on the Mac, we feel that Airmail is the best email client for most people. It’s easy to use, supports a number of different email providers, has a solid search function, and more.

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Spark for Mac Improves Its Organization Tools For Better Email Management

Mac: When Spark initially launched on Mac, it had enough features to get by, but it still needed to check off a few boxes to convince power users to give it a look. In an update today, they’ve added a few new tools for managing your email.

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Bumpr Gives You Options on Which Browser or Email Client to Open When You Click a Link

Mac: Do you use Firefox for some browsing, Safari for other stuff, and Chrome as your main browser? Or perhaps you use different email apps for different purposes? Switching between multiple browsers and email clients is usually a pain, but Bumpr is a little Mac app that makes it easier.

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Why You Should Skip Email First Thing in the Morning

It’s tempting to check your email right when you get into the office, but it can mess with your work flow and eat into your creative time. Here’s what we mean.

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