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    • How to Block Spam

      How to Block Spam

      Spam can be described as the unwanted mail. The most common type of spam is e-mail spam. Spam mostly includes product and service advertisements. Certain spam mails contain malicious content and/or viruses or may direct users to websites which contain viruses. Some spam messages may also be part of identity theft scams or phishing scams.

    • How to Change an Email Password

      How to Change an Email Password

      The steps required to change an e-mail password are different for each email system. When changing email passwords, there are three types of email passwords to consider: Passwords in e-mail clients such as Microsoft Outlook and Eudora Passwords in e-mail servers such as Microsoft Exchange, sendmail, and Postfix Passwords in web based e-mail systems such

    • How Can I Find Someone’s Cell Phone Number?

      How Can I Find Someone’s Cell Phone Number?

      In this society, almost everyone has a cell phone. To call someone on their cell phone, however, a cell phone number is required. Unless the caller knows the recipient personally, finding his/her cell phone number can be quite frustrating. This article will list a number of ways that the reader can find someone's cell phone

    • How to Send HTML Email in Outlook

      How to Send HTML Email in Outlook

      Not all email applications are the same. Therefore, users need to use a message format that their recipient’s application supports. Microsoft Outlook offers the flexibility in message formats that users need. The message format that the user chooses determines whether he/she can add formatted text such as bold fonts, colored fonts, and bullets, and whether

    • How to Read an MSN Hotmail Inbox

      How to Read an MSN Hotmail Inbox

      Hotmail, which the Microsoft Corporation owns and operates, is a free web based email program that is extremely similar to other types of free web based email providers. Hotmail offers its users 1 gigabyte of storage for their emails and attachments. Each attachment included in an email message cannot exceed 10 MB. Accessing a Hotmail

    • How to Send an Anonymous Email

      How to Send an Anonymous Email

      In this day and age, most people are exchanging the pen and paper for a computer with a word processing progamme. Nowadays, the alternative to sending messages via snail mail is the use of the Internet to send electronic mail. Sometimes people wish to remain anonymous when sending messages. This comes in handy for various

    • Email Address

      Email Address

      An email address is where electronic mail is sent from and received. An email address has a specific location on the Internet which can be found by other servers and networks fairly easy. There are a few components to an email address and they are standard throughout the internet. The first part of an email

    • APOP (Authenticated Post Office Protocol)

      APOP (Authenticated Post Office Protocol)

      APOPĀ  (Authenticated Post Office Protocol) is an extension of the traditional POP used for email authentication. The POP allows one’s username and password to be authenticated with an email server. It does so by transmitting the user’s account password in plain text over the Internet, which puts his/her security at risk. The APOP encrypts passwords

    • How Do I Setup My Own Email Address?

      How Do I Setup My Own Email Address?

      Although the vast majority of people worldwide now have an email address, if not several email addresses, there are still a large number of people that have not yet joined the rest of us in email communication. Some people simply do not want an email address while others desire to use email but either do

    • IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol)

      IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol)

      IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is one of the most commonly used protocols by industry for accessing email through a web browser. IMAP is now supported by all major email providers and mail servers and is commonly used in parallel with POP (Post Office Protocol) for end-users who prefer to use email client software such

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