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Im trying to add
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HildBeft Posted:
You can recollect
password by
connecting the
router to your pc
and open the
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massrman Posted:
The devices are
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different price
margins , please
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On Sep 30, 2016 at 00:48:03

massrman Posted:
Hi these are most
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their
configuration
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On Sep 30, 2016 at 00:37:45

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Has anyone setup a
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Vonage I agree. This is not a gMail only thing. I wasn't trying to say that at all. The world





I agree. This is not a gMail only thing. I wasn't trying to say that at all. The world would be better if we all used encrypted email, eh?



That's great, but unfortunately, the whole world is not yet online with the idea. Most business people who use email just know how to hit Send. One of the biggest problems is that getting an encryption key and installing it into most email systems is not easy and it is poorly documented. All major email programs should have a Wizard and detailed instructions to do so. (This includes Outlook, Apple Mail, Eudora, Entourage, Thunderbird, etc...). In addition, all of the email clients should agree on a set of standards. I know first hand that emails sent from Apple Mail to Outlook that are encrypted cannot be read, however, signed emails can. It's a mess. (This could be another entire topic...)



Honestly, I have no problem with google's ads. I prefer the text ads over big annoying banners and pop ups. And I could care less if a computer scans my email.



That's the way it goes. And during soap operas, there are many commercials for feminine hygene products. Targeted advertising. Again, I'm fine with that.



The google watch website is very hard on google, however they do raise some valid points. I am not anti-gmail, but I think gmail is a little more obtrusive than people may think, that's all. As google gathers terabytes of data from emails, browsing patterns, etc..., who knows how it wil be used. I don't think the average user understands the gmail privacy policy and what it means.



Agreed. And free webmail is just that free. So just be cautious.




Understood. BUT... Gmail's intent is to never delete. Earthlinks purpose is to backup... not permanently archive and data mine. When I delete a file from my hard drive, it can be recovered, but eventually, it will go away. The intent is to delete, but it may not be truly deleted for some time. Gmail's intention is to never delete. There is a difference. And as long as the average user understands and accepts that, I have no problem with it. I have a gmail account, and I understand how it works. And as far as free webmail is concerned, I would rather use gmail than any other free webmail. Especially Yahoo and hotmail.



All email should be signed and encrypted. But, I would like world peace too.It should have been like that from the beginning. Just like Skype encrypts all IMs and audio chats (from the very beginning they have), I feel email should be that way too. And so should all IM clients. When you place data into the public internet, it's dangerous. Now, don't get me wrong... I'm not some Card-carrying ACLU Privacy Nut. Not at all.
But it does nothing but strengthen the entire public internet if all or most data is encrypted.

Speaking of encryption... Do you or anyone you know at least digitally sign all of their emails? Doing something like this would stop spam in its tracks. All email clients or ISPs could have a rule that if an email did not have a valid digital signature, it is rejected (or moved into another folder, etc...). You get the idea. It seems the basic system is in place. No need for Microsoft (the King of Internet Security??) to come to us with their digital caller id plans. Maybe if the techies started to embrace such a practice within our community, it would extend out to the genpop.



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GMail Anyone...


I have several (family, kids, etc) GMail accounts each with 50 invites (seems
I can tell you that i was never a big fan of web based mail until I found Gmail. It really
Ditto, ibid, righto, same here! :wink:
I must be the only one that does not know what GMail is.....Would someone kindly
http://gmail.google.com/gmail/help/about.html :wink:
Google now has their POP3 servers up & operating as well. You can download
I was really pro-gMail in the beginning. And I do have to say, it's a great free web-based
No matter the isp or e-mail "handler"/server, whenever information is transmitted
Ooops. Forgot to login before posting the above...

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