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Phone vs email: confessions of an email-man
Graham Harman describes himself as an "email tragic". People know to email him, not call him, and he prefers it that way.
Oct 3 2013, 11:33AM
Beware of new wave of ATO scam emails
Thousands of fake emails confirming tax refunds of more than $6,000 from the Australian Taxation Office are circulating. Click to see what they look like.
Aug 20 2013, 10:21AM
The new Gmail is another reason to rethink your spammy "offers"
If you send email "offers" or newsletters as a way of drumming up business, then here's something that might get you thinking.
Jul 31 2013, 1:08PM
Warning about Australian Taxation Office scam
A fake ATO email carrying malware which aims to steal passwords is circulating this week. Click to see what the email looks like.
Jul 17 2013, 11:22AM
Top ten email 'out of office' sins
Few of us give much thought to our 'out of office' email messages, but they can be seen by hundreds of people. Here are ten 'out of office' mistakes that we're all guilty of.
May 20 2013, 11:05AM
Is your @gmail or @hotmail email no longer cutting it?
Time to step up to business-level email? A basic introduction to iiNet's Hosted Exchange vs Microsoft Exchange Online.
Mar 27 2013, 12:13PM
Warning: Australia Post scam alert
If you have noticed a suspicious-looking email claiming to be from Australia Post in your inbox, then you may be the recipient of the latest wave of fraudulent email.
Mar 18 2013, 2:48PM
Warning: Westpac scam alert
A massive spam campaign posing as a communication from Westpac is carrying malware, according to email security provider MailGuard.
Mar 14 2013, 5:06PM
App for printing just one part of a long email chain from your iPad or iPhone
Use this app called Print Utility to print a specific part of long email discussion thread from your iPad or iPhone, without wasting paper printing the whole thread.
Mar 6 2013, 12:46PM
No more ActiveSync services on Gmail: what does that mean?
If you rely on Gmail, should you care that Google has discontinued the delivery of Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) for individuals?
Dec 20 2012, 12:55PM
Spam, spam, spam: what you can't do
When does email become spam? Here's why McDonald's recent warning under the Spam Act is a wakeup call if you send email from your business.
Dec 19 2012, 11:20AM
Tech 101: Google Apps, Windows Live and Office 365 in 60 seconds
Some basic things to think about when comparing Google Apps for Business and Windows Live and Office 365 for your business's email.
Dec 12 2012, 11:04AM
New version of the "simple" mail for small business
At some point many growing businesses will think about getting their own server for handling company email, calendar and address books. Kerio Connect 8 is one of these options.
Dec 5 2012, 11:08AM
Handy tip: The best way to send really big files
From Dropbox to Google Drive, YouSendIt and email, which is the best way to send very big files?
Nov 30 2012, 11:23AM
How do I make sure my email is properly synced between all my computers?
Looking at the best way to sync email across devices, from tablets to laptops and phones.
Oct 19 2012, 6:47PM
Australia Post's digital delivery scheme may yield few returns to spender
Opinion: Australia Post have every reason to be pleased with their role in the online shopping revolution.
Oct 12 2012, 6:21PM
Quick tip: How to turn on Gmail popups
Popup notifications are one of those features you either love or hate. Here's how to turn them on in Gmail.
Sep 28 2012, 4:12PM
The one screen you look at every day
Every single weekday you probably open Microsoft Outlook. Have you ever adjusted the settings?
Sep 27 2012, 1:19PM
Quick tip: make it much harder for anyone to spy on your email
Google Authenticator is an app you install on your phone and it makes your Gmail much harder for anyone to break into. So what does it do?
Sep 26 2012, 5:27PM
Handy tip: Keeping your email in sync across multiple gadgets
If you're checking your work email from your desktop, notebook, tablet and smartphone then you should consider using IMAP to keep everything in sync.
Sep 12 2012, 10:42AM
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