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tactics Logos in Email - Another Way to Stop Spoofing

Interesting as BIMI is, Microsoft does not participate in the BIMI initiative. Instead, they have their own approach called “brand cards,” which serve much the same purpose without using DNS. Instead, businesses sign up with the Microsoft Business Profile program, which is currently in beta. When a company signed up, they give Microsoft a verified icon that is used by OWA in Office 365 and Outlook.com. As you can see below, the logos for Microsoft and Fitbit show up in OWA, which means that these [...] [more]
office365itpros.com    From

discussion Microsoft Expands Animated GIF Support with Outlook 365

Animated GIF support—or the lack thereof—in Microsoft Outlook has long been a thorn in the sides of email marketers. A favorite of email geeks and subscribers alike, animated GIFs allow for movement and excitement in an otherwise static medium. But desktop Outlook users have always been left in the dark when it comes to animated GIFs. That is until now. The team at Microsoft announced that desktop Outlook will be getting an update to enable animated GIFs for Office 365 users starting in early [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design

discussion GIFs in Outlook!

Windows #OfficeInsiders, make your emails more animated with animated gif support in Outlook! Available now in the latest #InsiderSlow build! [...] [more]
twitter.com    Design

 mobile Outlook.com To Support Media Queries

The webmail version of Outlook will now behave exactly like its mobile apps. The empty attribute selector hack [owa] will still work. Progressive enhancement should now use the supports query instead of WebKit targeting. [...] [more]
kevinmandeville.com    Design, Mobile

discussion Do We Really Want Alexa Reading Our Emails?

Alexa, that pesky personal assistant from Amazon, has several new features, including the ability to read and reply to emails, according to reports. This is available on Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook and Live.com. In theory, this is a convenience for consumers. Alexa, when properly instructed and linked to other devices, can delete unwanted emails, archive others and clean up your inbox. All you have to do to get rolling is say: “Alexa, check my email.” [...] [more]
mediapost.com    Marketing

tactics What's on the Horizon for Outlook.com

If you’ve been keeping an eye on Microsoft Outlook over the last few years, you’ll have noticed that the Outlook team has been making some great improvements. With all of the work going into Outlook, email marketers are left with one question: What’s next? Here’s what you can look forward to from Microsoft. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design, Trend

tactics How to Add a Snow Effect to an Email Using CSS Animation

The snow effect is essentially a snowflake or shape in a div that you animate using CSS. This technique moves the image from the top to the bottom of a container div you place around your email tables. CSS animations work on a range of email clients including iOS, Apple Mail, Android Native Mail and Outlook for Mac – check out the Email on Acid ultimate guide to CSS animation for more information. The snow animation won’t display on other email clients, so you don’t need to provide a fallback. [...] [more]
emailonacid.com    Design

tactics HTML Bulletproof Background images in email

At Action Rocket we keep abreast of all the latest hacks and fixes to ensure our clients get the best emails. Background images can create some great effects in email design and really bring it to life. They do cause some headaches though – Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013 all need vector markup language (VML) to display the image correctly as they use the Microsoft Word rendering engine. Windows 10 also has similar quirks, but needs even more information than earlier outlooks, mainly the width and height be [...] [more]
emaildesignreview.com    Design

tactics Gmail Guide: How to Develop Flawless Emails for Gmail and Gmail Apps [PDF]

Many email developers know how tricky it is to develop HTML emails for Gmail – it’s one of the more temperamental clients out there (although it’s no Outlook). That’s why we’ve created this handy guide to help you to Gmail success. Remembering to test your email can help you catch some of these problem areas, and starting with the right code and some knowledge will help, too. It’s also important to look at your email analytics to find out how many of your subscribers use Gmail. Luckily, Email on Acid [...] [more] 
cloudfront.net    Design

discussion The Current State of Email Clients [Slides] [PDF]

From Gmail's and Outlook.com's redesigns to amp4email, here's everything that happened in the last year or so in the world of email clients. Discover the latest possibilities, but also quirks and bugs, and reflect on how we can all help email move forward. [...] [more]
speakerdeck.com    Design

stats Marktanteile: Jeder Zweite mailt mit WEB.DE und GMX

Der E-Mail-Markt 2018: Mit gemeinsam rund 50 Prozent Marktanteil sind WEB.DE (24,8%) und GMX (25,4%) Deutschlands größte E-Mail-Anbieter. Auf dem dritten Platz folgt mit einigem Abstand der E-Mail-Dienst von Google (13,8%), auf Platz vier liegt mit T-Online (10,8%) ein weiteres deutsches Unternehmen. Die US-Anbieter Outlook.com von Microsoft (9,6%) und AOL (3,9%) landen auf den Plätzen [...] [more]
web.de    Study

tactics Simple CSS Photo Carousel for HTML Email

Here’s a simple technique we use to add a photo carousel to HTML email. It’s progressively enhanced, which means it works great in modern email apps and defaults back to the original image in older apps like Microsoft Outlook (shudders). It’s responsive, so it looks as stunning on mobile as it does on desktop. And since you’re not using GIF, there no unsightly diffusion dither. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

stats 2018 Email Industry Conditions

Surveying thousands of people in who create emails for their companies, this data shows where people are coming from, their outlook on the future, their roles, and their day-to-day functions. [...] [more]
reallygoodemails.com    Study

tactics How to Create an "Add to Calendar" Link for Your Emails

There are countless different calendar applications available, from ones that are available by default through your computer’s operating system, as part of your webmail, or another calendar application you’ve downloaded. It’s virtually impossible to support all the calendar applications available. To help us understand what calendar tools to focus on, we took a look at our Email Analytics data. The most popular email clients our subscribers use are Apple Mail, Gmail, and Outlook 2016. Using this data [...] [more]
litmus.com    Event, Design

discussion Adaptive Cards: Conversations become actions in Outlook

Adaptive Card is a new card design format that is supported across Outlook, Windows in the Timeline View, Teams and within Cortana. Every business process – and any service that sends a notification – can immediately benefit by adding adaptive cards directly into emails, bots, and Team chats. Adaptive Cards are now supported for Actionable Messages within web-based Outlook clients, and will soon be supported in Outlook 2016 for Windows. You can now design your Actionable Message card using the [...] [more]
office.com    Design
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