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    • How to Change a Hotmail Password

      How to Change a Hotmail Password

      Windows Live Hotmail is a free email service provided by the Microsoft Corporation. The service was previously titled “MSN Hotmail” but has primarily been referred to as “Hotmail” by society. The service was one of the first web email services being launched in July of 1996 and purchased by Microsoft in 1997. Windows Live Hotmail

    • SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

      SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

      The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is a TCP/IP based protocol designed to send and receive email. Since the protocol is limited in the ability to store or queue incoming messages, it is typically used alongside IMAP or POP3 to allow the end-user to save messages in an email server mailbox to be downloaded from

    • How to Repair a PST File

      How to Repair a PST File

      A PST file is the format for MS Outlook mail archives. Many times these files become damaged or have errors and as an administrator you will have to fix or repair them. Microsoft does provide support in the form of an Inbox Repair Tool. This Inbox Repair Tool usually is able to fix the majority

    • 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

    • APOP (Authenticated Post Office Protocol)

      APOP (Authenticated Post Office Protocol)

      APOP  (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 to Close a Hotmail Account

      How to Close a Hotmail Account

      Hotmail is a free (i.e. advertiser supported) web based e-mail system that Microsoft Corporation provides. Those who no longer use their Hotmail account can delete it so that people who send them e-mail will receive messages telling them that the Hotmail e-mail address is no longer valid. How to Close a Hotmail Account Log into

    • 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

    • POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)

      POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)

      POP3 is an internet-based standard for retrieval of e-mail by a user from an e-mail server. POP stands for Post Office Protocol. The "3" means it is the third revision of the standard; POP1 and POP2 were made obsolete by POP3, which has been popular for many years now. For users, there are two primary

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