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    • 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

    • 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

    • 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 Do I Find Someone’s Email Address?

      How Do I Find Someone’s Email Address?

      Modern society has brought many luxuries and accodomations to the lives of millions of people all over the world. One of these accomodations is the wide network of email addresses that have accumulated over the years. Nearly everyone, even those who do not have regular access to a computer, has an email address, if not

    • 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 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 to Download Yahoo Mail into Outlook

      How to Download Yahoo Mail into Outlook

      Yahoo Mail is the web-based mail client provided by the popular search engine, Yahoo. Yahoo Mail organizes the email of all Yahoo users and guarantees that users have a way to receive notifications from Yahoo concerning their services and activities. Yahoo Mail is similar to Gmail and Windows Live Mail and is compatible with a

    • 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 Use Your Charter E-Mail Login

      How to Use Your Charter E-Mail Login

      Charter Communications is the third largest cable TV provider in the United States. Besides cable TV, Charter Communications also offers high-speed Internet and a variety of phone services. While Charter’s service is not available in all areas within the United States, the company does have over 5 million customers in 29 states. When you sign

    • 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

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