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Category Archives: E-Mail & Messaging
Do you have days where it seems that all you’ve done is answer email? Maybe you followed my advice on email (Ten Tools for Pruning Your Inbox, Email’s Five Golden Rules) and it still seems to eat up all your time.
Don’t despair. Here are seven time-saving tips to add to your email-busting toolkit.
If you are an email hoarder, store all of your old messages in your inbox, it’s just a matter of time before your inbox implodes, wiping out everything. The simple solution is archiving old mail.
Over50s seem to worry a lot about privacy breaches on Facebook. But the latest announcement from EpsilonData Management that its email system was hacked makes me wonder if I should worry more about the safety of email and less about Facebook. Epsilon’s breach means spammers and con artists may have access to tens of millions of email addresses.
What can you do to safeguard your email? Here are 8 tips for using email safely.
Do you use your kids or grandkids as your Help Desk? Google staffers were so frequently presented with how-to tech list when they visited their parent, they created a website TeachParentsTech.org. It provides under two-minute videos to explain common computer and web tasks.
Managing your e-mail would be easier if your friends and colleagues followed these five simple e-mail rules.
E-mail is like kudzu—turn your back and it takes over. Both kudzu and e-mail require constant maintenance and ruthless pruning with sharp tools. Here are some strategies I’ve adopted to prune my e-mail.
The online ticket broker, Goldstar, offers half-price ticket to event in 13 cities. Subscribe to a weekly e-mail customized by ZIP code for a listing of all discounted events.
Google Alerts sent via e-mail are a great way to stay current on any topic.