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Hide your E-mail Address with Whspr

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

If you manage an online work schedule and spend a lot of time surfing the internet, there are high chances that you get spam emails every day.

Spam emails directly affect your productivity – you spend quite a few minutes reading the subject lines, the message body and then delete it from your inbox.
There is a simple way to deal with email spam… Continue reading

Managing email accounts becomes really difficult when you have multiple email accounts to consider. Maybe you have emails accounts at Gmail, Yahoo, MSN and it becomes tiring to log into each account, check and reply to emails, log out, check another email account and so on.

It’s a good practice to automatically forward emails from a particular email account to another email account you own. This idea… Continue reading

Gmail Notifier

Friday, May 28th, 2010

If you are on a website and click on an email address does Gmail open for you? Would you like for it to? If so then help has arrived. Today I am going to show you how to set Gmail as your default email. After you do the following steps when you click on an email link using any browser a Gmail compose window will open automatically.… Continue reading

Customize your Thunderbird Toolbar

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Did you know that you can drag-and-drop toolbar functions to your Mozilla Thunderbird toolbar?

Well, you can!

Just right-click on the toolbar and select Customize.

The resulting windows contains a host of different functions you can just drag over to the toolbar as you see fit! You can also take existing icons away simply by… Continue reading

Are you a Mozilla Thunderbird user? Do you find it frustrating that you have to click a little box that says “To protect your privacy Thunderbird has blocked remote content in the message.” to see any images the email came with?

Oh yeah, it’s all in the name of security, but what if you’re looking to throw caution to the wind… Continue reading

Send and Receive Gmail Through MS Outlook

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Do you want to use a desktop email client so that you can read and reply to Gmail emails without opening the browser all the time? Using a desktop email client has its own advantages. First, you can manage all your email accounts at one place. Second, you can read emails and write the responses when you do not have an internet connection.

The biggest… Continue reading

Clean Up Copied Text From The Internet

Friday, April 9th, 2010
Clean It Up!

Ever copy text from the Internet or an e-mail into MS Word?

Did something come along with the text that you weren’t necessarily expecting or hoped wouldn’t?

Yeah – I hear you – all those hyperlinks are a big pain at this point, aren’t they?

I mean, you’ve got the information in Word, you’re creating a document (not a web page), you have all these

Why Not Outlook Express?

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Quite awhile back I ran a tip from one of our writers pertaining to Outlook Express. At the end of the tip I commented on how I was surprised that anyone was still using OE as their mail client. Of course, I received a ton of e-mail on this from concerned readers as to why I was surprised.

Here’s the reason

Import Mail and Contacts to Gmail

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

If you use Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL or any other free email provider, you’ve probably considered switching to Gmail for its superior spam filter or its integration with other Google services, like Google Docs.

Even if you have your own domain or company email address, you should consider using an extra Gmail account. Free email providers, like Gmail, are indispensable when you sign up on different… Continue reading

Forgetting or losing your mail account password is a common problem with web users. Maybe you have a lot of email accounts and passwords to remember . Or may be you had created a Gmail account long ago and haven’t used it for months.

In such situations, forgetting the password is normal, but you should also know the procedure to recover it, as well. Following… Continue reading

Consolidate Multiple Gmail Accounts

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

It’s quite a hassle to manage multiple email accounts on a regular basis because you have to remember all the usernames, passwords and logins to check for new messages. But what if you could tweak your Gmail inbox and get all the emails at one place?

This article describes the step-by-step procedure to manage multiple email inboxes from a single email account.… Continue reading

Use Gmail as an extra drive

Monday, March 1st, 2010

Ever needed some online space to store files before sending them as email attachments? Maybe you need a way to store your presentations, pictures, documents or even your video collection online?

Online storage services require that you subscribe to a data plan. In addition, they don’t offer a secure connection or a decent amount of storage space unless you pay a monthly fee.… Continue reading

Block Email and Domains on Myspace

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Is there a way I can block certain email addresses and domain names in MySpace Email?

Yep, there sure is! It is very simple and only takes a minute to do, too.

Ok, lets get started.

Login into your MySpace email account click the Mail Link, then Settings. Scroll to Blocked Senders. From here you… Continue reading

Disable Content Advisor in IE for Gmail

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Every time I try to access Gmail in Internet Explorer I get the message: “Your browser’s cookie functionality is turned off. Please Turn it on.” What do I do?

This is a pretty common problem, but thankfully it’s easy to fix. What you need to do is disable IE’s Content Advisor. Here’s how:

Open Internet Explorer and go… Continue reading

Alternative Ways to Connect to Gmail

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

A lot of people all over the world get a little rattled whenever Gmail’s services go down. Since So many people depend on Gmail for their daily email needs, today we will learn how to use it when there’s an outage.

Gmail operates in three primary modes: standard, HTML and mobile. Sometimes even when the standard version gives you errors, html and mobile are accessible… Continue reading

Show Images in Yahoo

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Do you use Yahoo! Mail as your E-mail provider? As a rule, Yahoo doesn’t allow images to be downloaded automatically, except for those from people in your contact list. This is all in an effort to increase security, but for anyone wanting to live on the wild side there’s a way you can turn it off.

Just log in to your Yahoo! Mail account and click on… Continue reading

Add Contacts in MySpace Mail

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

How to add contacts or import other address books into MySpace Email?

MySpace email currently supports imports from AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail and Outlook address books. You can also type your contacts in manually or transfer them via import. You may have to manually type your contacts in if you have any other email account(s) than the ones listed above.… Continue reading

Avoid Autoresponders

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

An autoresponder for e-mail sends a message back every time a message is received. This is great for when you’re going to be out of the office or away for awhile on vacation, but there are some risks associated with doing this, too.

See, when you have your e-mail program set to automatically respond to every message you get, you send back to… Continue reading

MySpace E-mail

Monday, October 5th, 2009

Here’s something new for all you MySpace lovers! MySpace email has finally arrived, so now there is no reason to leave the MySpace website to get your mail! You can even have your very own MySpace email address, like!

Receive and send out email messages to any one with an email address, just like regular email. They don’t have to be a member of MySpace, either!… Continue reading

Gmail is (finally) out of beta.

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Today is an exciting day in the world of Google.

As I’m sure many of you already know, Google is not just a search engine. For more than 5 years now, Google has offered web based services for email, documents, calendars and chatting. These services, called Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar and Google Talk, have been used by millions of people around the world, but there has always been… Continue reading


Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

Do you need a website that is safe for kids; one that has games and a free email service? Then Zilladog is perfect for you. It is a website specifically for kids, created by parents. They can talk with friends and family with the free ZillaMail email service. Also, they can play the most popular child-safe games approved by parents.

1. If you want to create a Zilladog ZillaMail account… Continue reading

What’s That File? – PPS

Friday, June 19th, 2009

Marsha writes:

Q: I am trying to figure out how to open “powerpoint” pictures, etc. I don’t have powerpoint on my computer, but want to know if there is a “free” powerpoint to download. Also, someone told me that a version of Office will do the same thing. Is that true?

A: Well Marsha, for this one we’ll turn to our tips archive. It looks like you

Unsend E-mail

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Q:Help! I sent an e-mail in AOL or Gmail and realized I shouldn’t have! What can I do?

A: Sometimes we send out emails that we wish we hadn’t or had hoped we could un-send. Well, now there is an option to do just that! This feature is in Gmail and there is also one for AOL, although it can only be used for AOL clients. The… Continue reading


Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Today I have found an awesome new email client that just might replace Outlook Express. The program is called PostBox and it combines all of the features you see in most mail clients with some awesome, new and innovative features. PostBox was easy to download and install. This is a must for me. I downloaded it and opened the file. From there, PostBox handled the rest. It even imported all… Continue reading

MS Outlook -What a Drag!

Monday, March 30th, 2009

Have a file that needs to be attached to an e-mail?

Need the file’s information in an appointment?

Maybe it contains information that you need in the notes of a new contact, or a task to be completed.

Whatever the need – the point is that you need the file’s information and nobody wants the hassle of manually transferring all of it. After all, the file already contains what you… Continue reading

Red “X” Remedies

Monday, March 30th, 2009

Q: Why are some of my images showing up as a red x when I try to view them? It’s so frustrating!

A: Good golly, I sure do get a lot of questions about this! I’m glad that I finally get to set the record straight about the mysterious (and annoying) red X, once and for all! Here’s a list of the top reasons for the red X and… Continue reading

Turning E-mails into Google Documents

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

Turning E-mails into Google Documents

I have good news! Just one simple click with your mouse is all it takes to convert an e-mail into a Google Docs document. Yep, you read that right! It’s one of the new features Google has brought to all of their Google Docs users. And yes, it means no more copying and pasting the text from your e-mail. All you have to do is… Continue reading

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