Tag: email

iPad Help, Tips & Tricks
// 13 February 2012
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Here’s a problem Apple that hasn’t addressed yet. How can iPad users password protect their Mail app? Apparently, Apple still sees the iPad as a single user device. This may be true with the iPhone but this is not always the case with the iPad. They both have an almost identical passcode lock system, which…

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iPad Help, Tips & Tricks
// 18 October 2011
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iOS 5 added a few new features to email on the iPad. While none of the new features are groundbreaking we will cover the additions that were made to improve email on the tablet. iOS users now have the ability to use bold, italic or underline fonts. You can also create indents in your messages…

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iPad Help, Tips & Tricks
// 18 October 2011
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iOS 5 brought us some enhancements to the mail app but there is still no built in feature that will allow users to send emails with different color fonts or different font types and sizes. Luckily, there is a free app for the iPad that will allow users to send rich text emails with all…

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iPad Help, Tips & Tricks
// 28 May 2011
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You can easily send emails to multiple address on your iPad but the mail app only allows for adding one email address at a time. This can be time consuming if you send emails to large groups or routinely send emails to the same group of people. There’s several ways you can accomplish this. One…

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Best iPad Apps
// 26 February 2011
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Update 08/23/2011: Evernote just added rich text support for their iOS app. The app is free and it supports bold, italic, underline, strike through, highlighting, block quote, bullets and number lists. One of the iPad’s short coming is you can only create and send emails in plain text. That means you can’t change the font…

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iPad Help, Tips & Tricks
// 25 October 2010
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Updated 10/16/2011 for iOS 5 Apple has finally provided a way for iPad and iPhone users to add folders to their email with the release of iOS 5. In order for you to use this feature you will need to set up iCloud on your iOS device and get your free me.com email address that…

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