Posts Tagged ‘email’

You Now Have a Facebook Email That You don’t Know About … Really

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Why does Facebook do so much non-user-friendly stuff like this?? Because their users put up with it.

So everyone’s favorite social networking site rolled out a change today that is affecting every single user of the service. When you look under contact information on your profile on the site, you will notice that your original email address that may have been displayed there has been replaced by a email address instead.


Attention, Thunderbird 12.0.1 Update Incoming

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

Wow, that was quick. It’s hardly been a week since the last update, and here’s another one already …

With Thunderbird 12.0 having been released less than a week ago, it may come as a surprise to may that Mozilla Messaging is already preparing a follow up release to resolve several issues that became known after the release of Thunderbird 12.0 was already on its way out to the users.


Thunderbird 12 Released – Find Out What’s New

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Mozilla’s Thunderbird email client has been updated; here are some of the new features provided by version 12.0 …

Mozilla Messaging has just released version 12.0 of the Thunderbird email and messaging client. The program update, available for all supported operating systems and languages, is available both at the official project website over at Mozilla, and through the internal update checker of the messaging client.


How to Recover Deleted Hotmail Emails

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

This should probably come as no surprise, but it turns out that sometimes, you can still recover Hotmail email, even after it’s been removed from the “deleted” folder (which is a good thing for the security conscious to keep in mind.)

Microsoft has implemented two fail safe mechanisms when it comes to deleting emails in Hotmail. Emails that you delete in Microsoft’s email service are first moved to the deleted folder. This is similar to the way files are deleted in Windows. The idea here is to give you an option to recover emails that you may have accidentally deleted, or emails that you have deleted but need to access at a later point in time again.


Gmail Reports Why Mails Have Been Rated as Spam

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Spam isn’t all that big of a deal to me. Heck, I just treat it the same way I treat snail-mail junk-mail; I toss it in the trash, no filter needed.

Like many other email providers, Gmail is using anti-spam technologies to filter out spam messages automatically. These spam messages are then moved into the spam folder, and not into the mail inbox. That’s beneficial to the user, as it reduces the time it takes to go through all incoming emails.


Automatically Reduce Images Before Sending in Thunderbird

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

This seems like it would definitely prove itself useful … especially if you don’t have a copy of Photoshop handy.

Photos these days can are often in the Megabyte range which makes it difficulty to transfer them via email or other means. Email is special as it has a it is usually limited in the amount of Megabytes you can send per email. The limit is usually in the 15 to 25 Megabyte range, with companies like Microsoft working their way around the limit by hosting the attachments in the cloud and replacing the attachments with links to the cloud hosted files instead.


Email Client Thunderbird 10 Released

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

I’ve never used Thunderbird myself, but I’ve heard good things about it for years …

Regular readers know that Mozilla has synchronized the release schedules for both the Firefox web browser and the Thunderbird email client. Both applications share the same rapid release process, and both are usually updated at the same day.


Opera’s Latest 11.60 Builds Shows Mail Improvements

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

My experience with Opera is pretty limited, but this article makes me think I should probably check it out again …

The Opera web browser is the only popular web browser – and with that I mean market share wise – that ships with its own built-in email client. While I have not used Opera Mail in a long while thanks to the excellent desktop mail software Thunderbird, I have always followed the news closely. Opera is currently working on two different Opera versions. First the soon to be released Opera 11.60 and then on the version after that, Opera 12.