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How to manage settings for the Mail app for iPhone and iPad

Manage your Mail app settings to make sure you're getting the most out of Apple's email app!

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How to manage accounts in the Mail app for iPhone and iPad

Get a handle on your email accounts in the Mail app for iPhone and iPad.

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How to manage email and mailboxes in the Mail app for iPhone and iPad

Find out the easy way to manage your email and mailboxes on your iPhone or iPad.

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How to reply to an email on Apple Watch

You can respond to emails using the Mail app for Apple Watch, which is no small feat considering there isn’t a keyboard on that tiny screen. We show you how.

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How to print Mail messages to PDF with 3D Touch on iPhone

Mail may not have a Print PDF to iBooks button, but 3D Touch on iPhone 6s lets you do it anyway!

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How to save email attachments in Mail for iPhone and iPad

Previously on iOS you could use "open in" to send an email attachment from Mail to any other app that you had installed and could handle the file. Now, with iOS 9 you can also save those files directly, either to iCloud Drive or Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, or any storage provider. Here's how!

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How to add email attachments to Mail for iPhone and iPad

You're writing an email and need to attach a file to it, perhaps an office or iWork document, or maybe a PDF or text file. Previously you would have need to go to an app, find the file, and send from there. No longer. With iOS 9, Apple has delivered. For security reasons, you still can't go wandering through the file system, but now you attach any file into any email from any storage provider app, including iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and more. Here's how!

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How to read email on your Apple Watch

You can't send email from your Apple Watch, but you can read any email sent to you.

While you can use your Apple Watch to dictate text message replies, the inability to edit text makes the same system ill-suited for longer and potentially more complex emails. So, there's no Siri for Mail, but there is a read-only version of the Mail app on your Apple Watch. You can see what's been sent your way, and can even mark mail as unread, flag it, and delete it. To respond, however, you'll have to hand off to your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Here's how it all works!

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How to manage emails with your Apple Watch

Your Apple Watch can't send emails, but it can make dealing with them a whole lot easier.

Everyone has a different system for sorting emails, whether it's Inbox Zero, and trying to delete everything of unimportance, or flagging and marking emails you need to respond to as unread. Your Apple Watch can't reply to incoming emails from the Mail app, but it can make sure that they're easier to deal with when you return to your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

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How to use draft cards in Mail for iOS 8

iOS 8 brings a lot of updates to the built-in Mail app on both iPhone and iPad. One of the best new features is easily the way you can now handle draft emails. Prior to iOS 8, if you started composing email and needed something from your inbox or couldn't complete the message, you'd be forced to put it in the drafts folder, which required several taps to get back to. Now with draft cards, you can easily access your entire mailbox and your drafts in just a swipe and a tap.

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