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5 Reasons To Register Your Own Domain Name

5 Reasons To Register Your Own Domain Name

Whether you’re starting your own business, or just want to add a little more professionalism to your online persona. Whatever your reasons for registering a domain name, you’re making the right choice. Here are 5 reasons to register your own domain name and truly establish your presence in that crazy virtual world, we call the Internet. Credibility Nothing bugs me more when I’m d... »

Outlook.com Adds IMAP & OAuth Integration

Outlook.com Adds IMAP & OAuth Integration

Microsoft have finally added IMAP & OAuth integration to their free email offering, Outlook.com. In a move to attract more users to the platform, will this be enough to to break into the giant that is Gmail? IMAP has been an email standard for over 20 years now, and all major (and most minor) email services do provide IMAP support. So when Microsoft updated Hotmail to Outlook.com, and delibera... »

How To Have Your Own Custom Email Address For Just The Price Of A Domain

How To Have Your Own Custom Email Address For Just The Price Of A Domain

Back in December 2012 I wrote an article that explained how to use your own domain name with Gmail. Let’s be honest, it’s much better to have a custom email address like mail@johnsmith.com than wizards_sleeve839@hotmail.com, don’t you think? The problem with the article I wrote back in December is that there is a limitation with the system that only allows you to really receive e... »

Google Change Their Storage To Share Across Multiple Services

Google Change Their Storage To Share Across Multiple Services

Google have announced today that they have changed the way in which your account storage is shared across services like Gmail, Google Drive, and your Google+ photo’s. Before today you simply had 10GB in Gmail, and then another 5GB to use on your storage for Google Drive and your Google+ photo’s. But now the storage is shared across all three services; so let’s say for example tha... »

Inky Email App – Webmail, But Local

Inky Email App – Webmail, But Local

The Inky email app is a new and innovative way of checking your emails. Think of it like a mixture between your webmail account like Gmail, or Hotmail and a local email app like Thunderbird, Geary, or Outlook. The Inky email app isn’t just another app that lets you check your emails though. It approaches email in a completely unique way. It’s quite strange at first, but once you get us... »

Google Launches Inactive Account Manager To Look After Your Digital Afterlife

Google Launches Inactive Account Manager To Look After Your Digital Afterlife

None of us like to think about things like death or serious injury. But unfortunately it’s a necessary evil that we all must plan for. Now that many of us have a lot of data in the cloud, health insurance isn’t enough; we also need to make sure that our “digital will” is filled out as well. Google have just made this a whole lot easier with the release of the Inactive ... »

Webmail Or Email Client. Which Is Better?

Webmail Or Email Client. Which Is Better?

Outlook, Thunderbird, Geary or webmail? How do you access your emails? In the past I have used many different applications for accessing emails, some of which are named above, and some others include Outlook Web Access (OWA) and even command line. There are many email applications out there, but with the rise of web technologies like HTML 5 “internet apps” are becoming more and more co... »

Sky To Change Their Email Service From Google To Yahoo!

Sky To Change Their Email Service From Google To Yahoo!

Many people all over the UK use Sky for not only their TV, but also their internet, telephone and services like email. I myself have TV, telephone and fibre optic broadband with Sky. I also have a Sky email address although I don’t use it. Today I received an email into my inbox from Sky, informing me that from April 2013 Sky will be changing their email service provider from Gmail to Yahoo!... »

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