Rob has an Android TV but he's having issues cutting and pasting in his email. Scooter X found an Android TV subreddit talking about this very issue here - https://www.reddit.com/r/AndroidTV/comments/6y0qrk/copy_paste_problem/. There is a weird fix in there, by installing the "hackers keyboard" in the Google Playstore. Apparently, that fixes it.
Jeff is looking for a notification system for when he gets mail. ScooterX in the chatroom found the Mail Chime. He can put a transmitter in the mailbox and it will notify him by text that he has mail.
Kevin would like to select and delete multiple emails in Apple Mail on the iPhone. Just tap "edit" and then mark it, move it, or trash it. Leo says that one of the problems with the modern iPhone is that there's no standard user interface like the old Macs. That makes it difficult to do things like this when the UI changes.
Laura upgraded to the new iPhone 6 with Verizon, but she can't get her email to work on the new phone. Leo says one thing she can do is backup the old phone, and then restore it to the new one. That will move the settings over automatically. Laura says she keeps putting in her email password and it rejects it. Leo suspects Laura is just having issues typing her password with the new keyboard and suggests changing her password to an easier to type, but not easy to guess password.
Email providers like Google's Gmail do a great job of filtering junk mail out of your inbox. But what about the physical paper junk mail you receive through regular snail mail? This can be just as annoying and wasteful. Fortunately, technology can help eliminate it for you, thanks to an app called PaperKarma.
Leo says that there's a setting in IE under options to allow or disallow it to remember passwords. He'll also want to be sure the site he's logging into allows for remembering username/passwords (which get saved in cookies). Also, if his browser is set to delete cookies when he closes out, that'll log him out as well.