Good news for privacy-conscious Apple Mail users! In the latest version of macOS, Apple has included a feature that blocks tracking pixels, which are often used by marketers to monitor their email campaigns. This feature enhances the privacy protection of Apple Mail users and makes it harder for companies to track their online activity. Bouncer, an email verification and validation service, has put together a guide on how to enable this feature, along with other privacy settings on Apple Mail, to ensure maximum protection of your personal data. With concerns over online privacy increasing, it’s good to see Apple taking steps to protect its users’ privacy, and these settings should be enabled by all Apple Mail users who value their online security.
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A Guide to Apple Mail Privacy Protection Mar 15, 2023 6 Apple announced and released Mail Privacy Protection (MPP) for some users in 2021. Right now, all new versions of Apple’s Operating Systems have built-in MPP protocols across iOS, iPadOS, MacOS, and WatchOS. To understand how it impacts both the sender and the recipient, first, we need to properly understand what mail privacy protection is concerning Apple’s new privacy protocols. Recent posts A Guide to Apple Mail Privacy Protection A Guide to Benchmark Emails Tips for Creating an E-Book A Guide to Guerilla Marketing How to Use a Landing Page Builder Tool What are Email Confirmations, and Why They Are Important? 9 Tips for Sending Bulk Emails A Guide to B2B Marketing Emails – What Works and What Doesn’t More categories Blog Post Bouncer Email Deliverability Email Marketing Email Verification Email Verification API Integrations Recent posts Stories Show all posts
A Guide to Apple Mail Privacy Protection was originally published on Bouncer