|Windows Live Mail keeps going offline||First, EXIT Windows Live Mail. It must not be running to fix this problem. Open only one instance of Internet Explorer (closing others), and depending on the version, the "Work offline" choice is either in the "File" or "Tools" dropdown. Make sure that it is unchecked. Next, close IE and then start Windows Live Mail.|
|Windows Live Mail does not allow user to open attachment with already configured default program!||On Start Menu, click on "Default Programs", insure first that the attachment filetype, e.g. DOC is associated with the right program, e.g. WINWORD. (use Associate a file type or protocol with a program to do this)
Next, backup to top level and select "Set default programs", then choose Windows Live Mail and ensure all choices are checked off for Windows Live Mail, then ditto for Internet Explorer.
After that, close the dialog and restart Windows Live Mail.
Once confirmed that it is fixed. You may change the default web browser to whatever one you normally have.
|Alternativelly, if the above solution fails, save the attachment into an appropriate folder, then using Windows Explorer, locate the file and open it.|
|How to access web mail hosted for our domain as serviced by earthlink?||https://webmail.hosting.earthlink.net/|
|I want to perform a printer test! Where is the button?||Click here to see a PDF file that details the steps!|
|When I open http://www.yahoo.com it seems to take a long time to load, especially in the mornings. How can I speed this up?||You are opening the base page with new articles, including a large number of slideshow pictures. If you are in a hurry, open http://mail.yahoo.com instead. Otherwise, click the full site and go check that coffee!
Install AdBlock in your browsers to speed up page loading.
|I have heard that emails sent to me might be somehow tracked! That simply opening such emails might be known by the sender, including where I am, etc. Is this possible?||Yes it is becoming a worrysome problem. Your first strategy will be to adjust your email client to not download pictures from an external site. Read our section on Tracking. Your next step will be to contact us for a comprehensive explanation and visit to secure your systems. Don't ignore this problem... it is growing!|
|I configured my gmail accout in Outlook, however not all emails are appearing withing the inbox!||Google has optimized their email server wherein there is no reliable accounting for client inbox management when a user has two or more clients. Open the "Change the E-mail Account" dialog and modify the username to include a metatag: e.g., email@example.com becomes recent:firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|What is the preferred "local"
backup system for my Windows PC?
|Download and install AOMEI backup from here. It is a free program, that can be obtained directly from CNET. Use can use Google to search for this phrase: CNET AOMEI and download, install. Use this link: Click Here
Obtain a 2TB or larger backup drive, preferably 7200 RPM, such as a Seagate Plus drive with USB 3.0 interface. Insure that the drive is stored "off-site" between backups.