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.
After launching iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8 and other related software updates, Apple has now brought design tweaks to its iCloud Mail app on the web.
Apple has now begun developer testing of custom iCloud email domains which will launch publicly in the fall as part of other new features advertised under the iCloud+ umbrella name.
Thankfully, Apple's cloud services are not impacted by major issues all that often. However, it happens. Today, for instance, Apple has updated its system status page to reflect that one of its services is currently experiencing an issue.
iCloud is one of the most integral elements of Apple's business model. But, while it serves as the backbone to many other services, sometimes an outage happens. And sometimes an outage hits a specific service in particular.
Every once in a while, Apple will update its official system status page to reflect an outage of some kind. It's not as rare as some might like, unfortunately. And today, iCloud Mail users have probably already discovered the service is having some issues.
The iCloud.com website is now available with a new landing page on mobile devices which finally brings support for some of its web apps such as Photos, Notes and Reminders. Previously, accessing the website from an iPhone or Android used to bring up a landing page informing you that you couldn't get to the web apps whilst using a mobile browser.
Junk email is everywhere and it’s almost worse than the junk we receive in our physical mailboxes. Some emails get marked automatically because they simply look like junk. But we all get emails that we decide for ourselves are junk.
If you want to take care of those unwanted messages better, here’s how to manage junk email in iCloud Mail.
Just like you can set up rules on your Mac for the Mail app, you can do the same for iCloud.com Mail. You can move messages, mark them a certain way, or forward them automatically without even touching them. This is a terrific way to keep your inbox organized and find the emails you need much faster.
The rules for emails on iCloud.com may not be as flexible as those in Mac Mail, but they can still be quite helpful. Here’s how to set up iCloud.com Mail rules for emails.
If you use several email accounts, it can be convenient to have them all arrive in one spot. For instance, you might use a certain iCloud email address for all of your shopping receipts, travel plans, or personal business. You don’t have to keep checking that account separately, you can forward those messages to your main inbox, whether it be Gmail, Outlook, or something else.
With Mail on iCloud.com, you can set this up very easily. And if you change your mind later, it’s just as simple to disable it. Here’s how to set up iCloud email forwarding to another address.
If you want to disguise your iCloud email address when signing up for newsletters, posting comments online, or simply don’t want to give out your true email address, you can use an alias.Why use an email alias?
An email alias is a different name you set up for your email address, but the emails still come into your primary email inbox. For example, if your email address is email@example.com, you can set up an alias for firstname.lastname@example.org. Then, use that alias when you don’t want to give out your primary address. All emails to your alias will still arrive to your main iCloud inbox.
Here’s how to create an alias for your iCloud email address.