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Delay or Schedule Email Message Delivery in Outlook 2016

Email messages are sent immediately when you click Send. In Outlook, you can delay sending a single email message or use rules to delay the delivery of all messages. These messages are held in the Outbox for a specified time after you click Send. Note: If you are using a POP3 or IMAP account, Outlook must remain open until the message is sent. To determine the type of account that you are using, click the File tab, click Acco

Outlook 2016: Use the Clutter Tool to sort low-priority messages

The Clutter feature learns how you prioritize your mail, and then helps you by putting low priority messages in a separate folder (while still giving you a daily summary so you don't miss anything). When on the go, you can also take advantage of this capability by using the “Focused Inbox” in the Outlook mobile app (for iOS and Android devices). Heres how it works: Clutter analyzes your emails, and based on your past behavior, determi

How to Create a New VPN Connection in Windows

This is a brief tutorial that will guide you through the steps needed to create a new VPN connection in Windows 7, 8, and 10. Click the "Start" button or Windows Logo in the lower left corner of the screen. Type “Network And Sharing Center”, you will see an icon like this: Click on that icon to open up the Network and Sharing Center, you should see a screen similar to the one below: Click on the “Set up a new connection or

The Dangers of Mozilla and Google Sync

Have you ever changed your internet browser’s home page or search engine, only to have it revert back to some other page as soon as you close it? It can be incredibly annoying, but if you’re using Google Sync with Chrome or Mozilla Sync with Firefox, there may be an easy way for you to prevent this from happening. Many people don’t know this, but if you sign into Google Chrome with your Google account, Google Sync automatically starts to

How to show hidden files and folders in Mac OS X

Sometime you need to see hidden files and folders on your computer. To do this simply perform the following steps. 1. Open Terminal (go to finder -> applications -> utilities -> Terminal.app) 2. Now type the following line and hit enter defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES 3. Then type the following line and hit enter again. killall Finder The first command changes the AppleShowAllFiles preferences; setting it t

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