The Big Sur 11.6.7 update for Mac computers running macOS Big Sur fixes an annoying mail attachment issue in apps like Apple Mail, Microsoft Outlook and more.
Apple with watchOS 8.5 has fixed a security oversight in the Mail Privacy Protection feature by disabling a loophole that could actually expose your IP addresses.
You can easily send large attachments up to 5 GB to anyone via email using Mail Drop. It's built right into the Mail app on your Apple devices. This tutorial shows you how to send several large files, photos, videos, and documents from your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or PC with Mail Drop.
You might want to reset the Apple Mail app on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad when it doesn't update or receive new emails, or when standard troubleshooting solutions don't fix the issue. Resetting the Mail app from scratch is almost equivalent to uninstalling and reinstalling it. If you wish to have a fresh start with the Mail app, here's how to erase everything in it. After that, you can set it up again.
A new privacy protection feature in Apple Mail that launched alongside iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 isn't actually supported when using the company's Mail app on Apple Watch.
Apple's Hide My Mail feature along with the ability to use custom email domain with iCloud Mail are now both available, ready to be configured via the iCloud.com website.