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  1. The straight-forward way to access an email...

    The straight-forward way to access an email account from multiple clients (devices) is to use IMAP. Or, as Couchin posted, use POP3, but set only ONE client (usually the desktop) to remove messages...
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    Don, this thread is old, but it doesn't appear...

    Don, this thread is old, but it doesn't appear anyone has helped solve your problem. If you have used Verizon's webmail, it means you probably have a @verizon.net email account. You access your...
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    Hi, again, Doc. In another thread, you made...

    Hi, again, Doc.
    In another thread, you made similar reference to "hacking" Windows Mail. I asked in a reply there, and am asking again, would you please share the specific steps you took to make...
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    Hey Doc! I remember seeing your posts about...

    Hey Doc!
    I remember seeing your posts about making Windows Mail work in Win7. I share your feelings about OE and would like to follow in your footsteps to keep a reasonable fascimilie working on...
  5. I may be oversimplifying here, but I believe your...

    I may be oversimplifying here, but I believe your issue is with the built-in security feature of Outlook. The OPTION to automatically download images can be turned on/off in Outlook settings. I...
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    Coochin, Thanks for the great case study on the...

    Coochin,
    Thanks for the great case study on the use of Range Extenders. In the above case, you twice used range extenders "downstream" of other extenders. Are there drawbacks or other...
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    Rick, here in the states we have Ground Fault...

    Rick, here in the states we have Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs, or GFIs) in modern home wiring. Would you enlighten us regarding the initialisms you used above? What are RCD-protected...
  8. I have a much simpler solution. MSE still...

    I have a much simpler solution. MSE still functions and updates on XP without the notification ICON -- you can separately disable it.
    I simply unchecked the Start-Up item "C:\Program...
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    Hate to burst the bubble of those who would like...

    Hate to burst the bubble of those who would like to burst the eardrums of crank callers, but the telephone network is simply not capable of delivering the goods. The dynamic range is simply too...
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    I built my original desktop and installed XP-Pro...

    I built my original desktop and installed XP-Pro (OEM version) on it. In the decade since, I have replaced virtually all the hardware due to failures or need to upgrade. When the motherboad went...
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    Ballpoint, I know you are looking for a FREE...

    Ballpoint, I know you are looking for a FREE solution, but I think you should take a look at Go To My PC. They have a 30-day free trial and the cost thereafter is only $10/month.

    Several years...
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    Karat, I may be way off on this, but it seems to...

    Karat, I may be way off on this, but it seems to me that you are interpreting the "raw" data wrong. First, the text file showing the data does not appear to be raw data at all. The counter company...
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    Cyberdiva, I've used Mailwasher's filters...

    Cyberdiva, I've used Mailwasher's filters successfully with sophisticated expressions to check headers and body content. Once identified as spam, the sender is blacklisted. The problem is, these...
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    DOs and DONTs for combating SPAM

    This thread has covered the gammit of SPAM fighting techniques -- both NEW and OLD, GOOD and BAD. I have been a pro-active SPAM fighter since I first started using email some 30-years ago. I still...
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    Not Solutions -- but Workarounds

    Hi, jsachs177.
    The problem is each "cell" is in just ONE row. Your larger cells span across six rows, but in Word, as in Excel, the cell is considered to be in the top row of the six rows spanned....
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    Don't buy "Productivity" software just to VIEW documents.

    John,
    If your brother just wants to view and print office documents, but not create or edit them, he can download the respective viewers.
    The following M/S link explains the Word viewer: ...
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    philomel: In the SAVE AS dialog, you cannot...

    philomel:
    In the SAVE AS dialog, you cannot select "All files." The very nature of the Save as Type dropdown list is to specify a SINGLE file type. To view all files in the destination folder, you...
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    This Trick may work for you

    I use Word 2003, but occassionally view and save .docx files, too. As others have explained, the SAVE AS dialog filters the list of files already in the destination folder. However, in Word 2003...
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    Sticky: I believe this statement of the purpose of THANKS...

    I believe this statement of the purpose of THANKS is too broad as almost ALL posts are USEFUL in resolving an issue. No, not all posts directly lead to resolution, but the vast majority are useful....
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    Sticky: Thanks for EXCELLENCE!

    I'd like to see the "THANKS" button renamed to something like "EXCELLENT!" The posted message could read, "The following user marked this post as especially useful."

    The WS Lounge is about...
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    Sticky: I think that was BATcher's point: User's...

    I think that was BATcher's point: User's belittle the "Thanks" by trivial use, thus making it UNuseful.



    I agree, that IF "Thanked" posts DO represent truly useful posts, it would be nice...
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    There is no Paragraph formatting in Excel 2003.

    You can control line spacing in Word 2003 paragraphs (whether in a text box or not). In Excel 2003, however, there is no paragraph formatting, not even within a text box. This may have changed in...
  23. R.G., I've not heard of security issues related...

    R.G., I've not heard of security issues related to WORKGROUP naming. In fact, I believe it was Fred Langa that actually recommended using the default "WORKGROUP" name. I am pretty sure "MSHOME" is...
  24. The "solution" I was suggesting is that you...

    The "solution" I was suggesting is that you understand what the TYPE field in Explorer is and that it is not what the name "Type" might imply. I thought that might be preferable to "putting up with...
  25. Steven, you WILL want to connect the fiber to the...

    Steven, you WILL want to connect the fiber to the router so as to have your LAN behind the NAT firewall built in to the router. Whether you need a modem depends on the fiber supplier. If they deliver...
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