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    • 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 to Attach a Folder to an Email

      How to Attach a Folder to an Email

      Email clients and browser-based interfaces allow people to attach small files to an email in order to share them with other computer users. However, most interfaces do not allow folder attachment because it is considered a directory rather than an actual file. For example, a user may attach a single picture or several pictures to

    • 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 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

    • Comcast Email Settings

      Comcast Email Settings

      Comcast is a popular Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the United States that provides free email accounts to those who subscribe for service through the ISP. A common task that Comcast subscribers face is configuring their email program to download and send email using their Comcast email account. Comcast email supports all major email programs

    • 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

    • 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 Create Outlook Express Stationary

      How to Create Outlook Express Stationary

      Outlook Express is one of the best email clients available from Microsoft and it is installed by default on operating systems such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP. You can create all your email accounts in outlook Express and start checking all your emails from one location. The email client is a great tool to

    • 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 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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