Don’t let a bad printer jam you up from making project deadlines or finishing team assignments. You can get a lot of functionality and many features for a relatively low price tag. But with thousands of printers on the market, how do you even begin to choose the best one for your small business?
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Is your wireless connection dropping unexpectedly? For example, while you’re away from the computer, or if the screensaver kicks in, or if you don’t use the internet for a while? The most common causes for a wireless connection drop are your wireless router and network card. We’re going to teach you some troubleshooting tips, in order of helpfulness, that should get your wireless connection back up and running because we all know how annoying it can be if your internet keeps dropping.
The basic idea here is to encode your email address so it will not be easily harvested by robots crawling the Internet in search of email addresses. These robots are based on a script that searches for the “mailto:[email protected]” string (this example will probably be harvested, but it won’t do them any good since the email address is not valid).
We recently got this error when trying to send an email in Outlook. The culprit? Apparently this occurs when a server is expecting to receive mail before sending. This is usually results from server authentication priorities (for example, you attempt to send mail before your “spam filter” has finished its receiving process.) Here are several ways to resolve this error.
You might think you can simply transfer the folder files via FTP. While in some instances this is possible, in most the file formatting prevents this method from being successful. Here is an approach that should work in most versions of Horde (webmail). Note that if your folders contain a large amount of email you will probably need to divide them into smaller folders.
Microsoft Outlook is the email and calendar/scheduling component of Microsoft 365 – the comprehensive all-in-one cloud suite of Microsoft solutions that includes all of the companies’ stalwart offerings that have matured over the past few decades, from Word and Excel to Powerpoint and Outlook. And the good news is, unlike in the past when you had to purchase each software individually, and then purchase again when they got updated, MS 365 is subscription based so you always have the latest software available for a flat monthly fee. Prices start at $5/user/month. Here we bring you a quick tutorial on how to get up and running with Outlook 365, and then some frequently asked questions from our readers. Of course, you’re also welcome to hit us up in the comments with any other questions you might have!
If you’ve tried setting up your mail client and are struggling getting it to send your emails, you’re most likely dealing with what’s called an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), or outgoing mail server. The mail client will ask you for your “smtp server” but we continually get messages from readers that they’re left scratching their heads as to what that is. We are continually updating the list of outgoing mail servers below based on user requests. The table includes outgoing mail servers from around the globe. We’ll also show you how you can skip the need for an outgoing server altogether, which is especially useful if you’re on the road.
Scenario – you just got a new external hard drive, with 2TB capacity, and it’s the size of a match box, so you’re feeling quite James Bondy. However, when you plug it into your laptop it doesn’t show the entire capacity. Why not? Our experts answer this question and more in our hard drive partitioning guide.
It’s easy enough to cancel a print job in the queue – you simply right-click it and select “cancel,” after which the print job status commences to display “deleting…” After which you normally expect the print job to cancel and disappear so you can resume printing, correct? Unfortunately, often the print job will hang and prevent you from continuing to print anew from that same printer. We’re going to show you how to forcefully delete these pesky print jobs…
What’s potentially worse than getting lots of spam in our inbox? Possibly when email systems think you’re the spammer! And as a result, you are hearing from recipients that they are not receiving your emails. This can be a huge problem for small businesses that are sending out everything from invoices to requests for proposals via email. The good news is the solution is typically fairly straightforwards – our experts explain.