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What is a pop3 account

In the email world, the pop3 account is kind of the lowest form of email. Unlike it’s fancier brother Exchange, a pop3 account is very limited in what it can do. When on your PC and you open the windows Mail client, it makes a connection to your mailserver and downloads emails to your PC. […]

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What is Exchange Email

When we tell clients we offer Microsoft Office 365 Exchange online services. The first response we usually get is… What is that? I will explain it like this. If you have ever worked for a large organization that uses Outlook for their email. Most likely, the program running their email is Microsoft Exchange Server. Microsoft […]

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Add Email Signature To Office 365 Outlook

Office 365 can seem confusing at times. Lots of options you can choose from and configure. Finding what you need, like how to add an email signature, probably can be an issue. Lets cover one of the main issues our clients run into. How do I set up my signature? After you login, click the […]

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Email: Pop3 Set Up For Outlook and Office 365

Start ->Control Panel->Mail (You might need to switch the view to “Classic View” to see the Mail icon. Look at the left column for a link to switch the view) Using Windows 7 or Windows Vista – Try the start icon (lower left hand corner) and in the box type mail -> E-Mail Accounts Outlook […]

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Outlook Spell Check in Google Chrome

I use Google Chrome almost exclusively as my main browser. When checking my personal email in Outlook, I noticed there is NO spellcheck button. Microsoft figures why have that feature when the browser can take care of spelling. What if Google spell check is not working in the Chrome browser. So how do I enable spell […]

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Show File Extensions in Windows 7

I recently switched computers and needed to change a .txt file to a .csv file. Problem is, I couldn’t see the file extension, just the file icons. With these steps, I was back on track.   Start menu ->type “folder options” (without the quotes) Or Start menu -> Control Panel -> View by -> Large Icons -> […]

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