Taking the Limits off Your Email Storage!

February 21, 2012 at 12:16pm

Hi Everybody!


This week, we wanted to focus on the unlimited email storage capabilities of your mail.com account.  There is no limit to the amount of emails that can be stored in your inbox, sent, trash and all other folders you may have created.


What does this mean for you?

-       No more need to clean out your inbox to make space for new emails.

-       No need to download emails to your computer for records – they are all available online!

-       Central backup station for all of your emails.

-       Use the Mail Collector to feed all your email accounts through your mail.com inbox because there is now no limit to the amount of email storage ! Get some useful tips for how to setup this feature here: http://help.mail.com/mailCollector.html.


With the capability to house all your messages in your one account, we think it would be helpful to show you how to create folders and sub-folders. This helps to ensure that you can quickly locate your most important emails.!


To set up a folder:


Once you have logged into your mail.com account, move your mouse to the folder menu on the left hand side.




Click on Actions as depicted below OR right-click into the white field of the bar.



A dropdown menu will appear where you can choose to either create a new folder or sub-folder.



If you select New Folder, you will be able to name the location so  it fits your needs.


If you decide to create a new Subfolder, you will need to right-click on the folder you wish it be located under. Then you select Subfolder and name this folder as it relates to the main file.



By taking advantage of the organizational functions of mail.com, like the mail folders, you will be able to optimize your unlimited email storage to fit all your needs.



Until Next Time,


Your mail.com Team