Caveat: Email systems are very personal! My system may not be appropriate for you. Read thru this article as an example of what can be done, not a set of rules to follow. I use Gmail as my universal inbox. ALL my mail is collected there. Gmail automatically sorts my mail into 3 categories: Primary, [Click for the rest …]
Would you like to have your very own map of visited states? Many travelers include this as part of their email signature, or in their blog posts or on Facebook. It’s easy and free by going to http://epgsoft.com/. Just choose ‘Visited States Map’ and ‘Create Map.’ You should now see the choice of Visited States, [Click for the rest …]
We use Gmail as our universal inbox for all our email addresses. We think Gmail (Google Mail) is the best way to go. When I read the latest post from Bob Rankin, I decided to pass it along to you all. I’ve been reading Bob Rankin since the Internet began and he is always full [Click for the rest …]
Here is Episode 5. There are show notes below the video which document what was covered and include timeline points, so you can watch just what you want. If you are not a Geeks on Tour member, you can watch Episode 5 video on YouTube, but you won’t get the documentation. Become a member. Beginners’ [Click for the rest …]
Monthly Issue # 64 February 28, 2013 www.geeksontour.com Newsletter Archives ‘ Become a Member ‘ Facebook” All Videos ‘ Subscribe February was for Computer User Groups As I write this, we are at Club Med in Port St. Lucie, Florida attending the FACUG 2013 Technology Camp as speakers. It’s a beautiful property and we’ve had [Click for the rest …]
Here’s the question: Can you look at your email inbox on your phone, your computer, and your iPad/tablet and be seeing the same thing? Can you delete an email while using your phone, and it will be gone when you look at email on your computer? If you answer ‘Yes’, then all is well. If [Click for the rest …]
In order to use many of Google’s free products, you need an account. The easiest way to get a Google account is to have a Gmail address. Gmail is Google’s free email product. This video steps you thru the process.
Monthly Issue # 41 December 29, 2010 www.geeksontour.com Newsletter Archives | Become a Member | Free Videos | All Videos | Subscribe 2010 in Review Other than a brief flight to Las Vegas for a software conference, we’ve had a quiet December in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with friends and family. At this time of year [Click for the rest …]
A Show Me How video from www.GeeksonTour.com: how to get all your email addresses from Outlook or Outlook Express and make a copy of them using Gmail. Even if you don’t use Gmail, this is a great way to have a backup of all your contacts. Just click the Play button below.