Archive for October 2008

Spam Example: Spoof – Network Solutions

E-mail spoofing is a term used to describe fraudulent e-mail activity in which the sender address and other parts of the e-mail header are altered to appear as though the e-mail originated from a different source. I am always fascinated by how tricky spammers/hackers/phishers are. They are constantly working out new ways to get your…

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Gravatars: Customize Your On-line Presence.

Have you ever been reading comments on a blog, and notice that some people have little pictures next to their name and their comments? Ever wondered what those pictures are, how they got there, and how you can get one that you chose?

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Webmail: How to get it

If you are traveling or away from your desk, you can access your email account from any computer with an internet connection using webmail. Find out how!

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What is my SMTP?

What is an SMTP? Your SMTP controls your outgoing mail. Your POP controls your incoming mail. What is my SMTP? Usually your SMTP contains your domain name and is formatted like this: smtp:YOURDOMAINNAME.com (i.e. smtp.lenashore.com) or this YOURDOMAIN.com (i.e. lenashore.com) Sometimes your ISP (Internet Service Provider) will want you to use their smtp instead of…

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