Jut make sure yours works better than the one you are complaining about.
Originally posted by marc weber:
Have you contacted Microsoft Support?
I love all the folks who say " can't use linux, you can't get support" and I ask questions such as Mark did. When did you last get any useful support from Microsoft?
I actually got some good tech support from M$ back when NT 3.1 was new.
And the idea of using one of these services to send/receive sensitive email is even more scary. Google's stated plan for gmail is to read your mail and send you ads based on its content. Not what I want to do with business plans or other sensitive stuff.
Standard plan for data-traffic is to filter ads based on your data-traffic content. Not what I want to do with life plans or sensitive stuff, such as 'other' category stuff... The paranoic notion of fearing large, centralized databases as a intrusion on self-motivation is almost quaint, in fact well over 80% of population would in fact put SSN's and other keying data in public servers. Given that intrusion in such is under "No expectation of Privacy" we could wonder what if any controls or protections are available where the keying information is assigned for a lifetime.
It is known computer science that changing the keys occasionally is good practice, and that a nine digit control key routinely exposed would be like a cat in a room full of rockers.
Originally posted by sumaraghavi ragha:
I had an account in hotmail and i am not able to all my msgs in INBOX
that is mails before 6months so is their any way that i can retreive them
Thanks in advance
Please advice me
Use time machine. Go back in past and check lost emails.
Originally posted by Sai Surya:
... Can you please send me any useful links or PDFs on how to use time machine? Is there any certification on how to use time machine...
See Apple Support - Time Machine.