Mail.com Customer Service – Phone Number, Email, Live Chat

Contact Mail.com

Mail.com is a web portal and it’s providing web-based email service. It is owned by the German internet company, United Internet provides free webmail application with unlimited storage and also offers news articles and videos.

Mail.com reserves the right to cancel a domain name for even premium accounts whenever they decide to do so.

Mail.com offers a free, advertising-supported email service with unlimited storage for emails, choice of over 200 domains, online file storage, collecting of emails from other accounts, organizer, Facebook integration, and spam and virus protection.

 

Advantages and Disadvantages of Mail.com

Advantages 

  • Easy to use
  • East to start up
  • Fast in speed
  • Accessibility
  • Up to date feedback

Disadvantages

  • Emotionless
  • Privacy issues
  • Impersonal communication

Some Common Mail.com Support Issues

  • I cannot log in to my account.
  • I forgot my e-mail address
  • My Mail Check is not working normally
  • I forgot my password
  • I get an error message in the browser
  • My account got hacked
  • Unknown Sessions in my account
  • I forgot my password
  • I get a “Bad Request” Error Message
  • I’m getting logged out of Mail Check for no apparent reason
  • Mail Check is being flagged as unsafe during setup
  • I can’t see Mail Check in Google Chrome
  • Mail Check doesn’t work as it should
  • I can’t see Mail Check in Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • I can’t see Mail Check in Google Chrome
  • The number of unread emails is wrong
  • I know my e-mail address and password, but I cannot log in

 

Customer Support

To get our Mail.com customer support, you need to fill the “Help Me fix my issue” frame. Mail.com doesn’t offer any official customer support for Mail.com. To get instant support, you must need to contact any third party Mail.com customer support service.

Pros and cons of Mail.com

Pros

  • Clean desktop interface for sending and receiving email
  • Free mobile apps for access on the go
  • Unlimited online storage for emails
  • Support for large file attachments up to 50MB
  • Can use the service with your other email accounts including Yahoo Mail, Gmail, and Outlook.com

Cons

  • Don’t support encrypted email
  • Cannot display remote images on a per-sender basis
  • Unable to label messages, quickly find related emails, or set up smart folders
  • Don’t support POP and IMAP access with the free version

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