Archive for the: January, 2014

Mavericks: How to Use Tabs in Finder

Have you ever wished there was a simple way to view multiple folders within a single Finder window, instead of working with multiple open Finder windows? Well, with the OS X release of Mavericks, the solution has arrived.

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How to Export Your LinkedIn Contacts to Outlook

If you use LinkedIn and Outlook, keeping your social media accounts and address books in sync is rather simple. Here’s how it works.

10 Reasons Why Email Should Be Like Men’s Underwear

It should be brief, it should have lots of white space, it should be shared only when necessary and seven other tips to keep in mind.

Create Email Signatures in iOS 7 — and Why You Should

Email signatures are an important part of every email, yet people often ignore them when sending email from their phone or tablet. Don’t.

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Organizing Email With Evernote

Evernote is a more than just a note-taking app. In fact, the software is really an amazing tool for organizing your email. And it’s free (mostly).

Export Your LinkedIn Contacts
to Gmail

If you’ve built a good contact list on LinkedIn, it might be time to migrate (or at least copy) it over to Gmail. Here’s how.

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How to Add RSS Feeds
in Outlook 2013

Subscribing to your favorite websites and blogs allows you to not only enjoy email (seriously), but Real Simple Syndication (RSS) as well. Here’s how.

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IMAP vs. POP vs. Exchange: Which is Best?

When you’re dealing with email, there are a few types of accounts that you commonly see — IMAP, POP, and Exchange. Here’s how they work, plus their pros and cons.