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  • VennerCorp 18:48 on April 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    How Do I set up an Email Forwarder in Gmail? 

     How Do I set up an Email Forwarder in Gmail?How Do I set up an Email Forwarder in Gmail?

    Below are instructions to allow you to setup an Email Forwarder in your Gmail account. The Email Forwarder feature is perfect for sending a copy of the emails sent to a Gmail account to any other Email account (It can be from any email provider).  E.g. maybe you want to send your personal emails to your work account or may be you want to set up a secondary account and don’t want to have to login into both.

    It is actually very simple to setup, first login to your Gmail account as normal then follow the steps below;

    Step 1: If your not already in Gmail, click on the Mail icon.Out of Office AutoReply in GmailStep 2: Click the Settings Cog on the far right hand side of the screen.

    SettingsStep 3: Click on the settings icon on the drop down menu.

    Settings Menu

    Step 4: Click the “Forwarding and POP/IMAP” option in the top bar.

    Step 4: Setup the Forwarder.

    • Click the “Add a Forwarding Address” button.
    • Enter the destination Email address in the box provided.
    • Confirmation: Google will then ask you to confirm the email address, click Proceed if you are happy.

     

    • Confirmation Code: Google will now send a code to the destination email address, enter this in the box provided.
    • Click the Verify button, that’s it, its all now setup. You should now get a copy of every email sent to this email account in your destination email account.
    • When you are happy click the “Save Changes” button.

     

     

    If you have any questions or you have any tips of your own, Why not drop a comment below.

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  • VennerCorp 21:28 on March 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    How Do I set up an Email Signature in Gmail?How Do I set up an Email Signature in Gmail?

    Below are instructions to allow you to setup an Email Signature in your Gmail account. The Email Signature feature is perfect for setting up a automated message that will appear at the bottom of all your emails e.g. your contact details or an email disclaimer. You can also select if the signature appears before or after any quoted text.

    It is actually very simple to setup, first login to your Gmail account as normal then follow the steps below;

    Step 1: If your not already in Gmail, click on the Mail icon.Out of Office AutoReply in GmailStep 2: Click the Settings Cog on the far right hand side of the screen.

    SettingsStep 3: Click on the settings icon on the drop down menu.

    Settings Menu

    Step 4: Setup the Signature.

    • No Signature: Turn off all signatures – No signatures will appear on your emails.
    • Select Signature: You can setup a different signature for each alias you have on your account, select the one you want here.
      • The default will be your main email address.
    • Signature: This is where you can craft your signature.
      • You can either create it from scratch in the editor, or you can paste it in from Word etc and it should keep any formatting. You can also copy and past HTML – note you need to copy and past the ‘visual webpage’ not the code.
    • Insert this: Select whether you want the Signature before or after the contents from replied/forwarded emails.
    • When you are happy click the “Save Changes” button.

     

    Thats it, if you have any questions or you have any tips of your own, Why not drop a comment below.

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  • VennerCorp 19:17 on March 14, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    How Do I set up an Out of Office AutoReply in Gmail?Out of Office AutoReply in Gmail

    Below are instructions to allow you to setup a permanent or timed AutoReply in your Gmail account. The AutoReply feature is perfect for setting up a holiday alert message (e.g. I am away between the 1st of Aug and 14th of Aug, please contact….) or a automated response to your emails (e.g. Thank you for your email, I will get back asap) . You can also define if everyone will get your message or just people setup in your contacts.

    It is actually very simple to setup, first login to your Gmail account as normal then follow the steps below;

    Step 1: If your not already in Gmail, click on the Mail icon.Out of Office AutoReply in GmailStep 2: Click the Settings Cog on the far right hand side of the screen.

    SettingsStep 3: Click on the settings icon on the drop down menu.

    Settings Menu

    Step 4: Setup the auto reply.

    • First Day: Put the date you would like the AutoReply to start here e.g. the first day of your Holiday/Vacation.
    • Last Day: Put the date you would like the AutoReply to finish here e.g. the last day of your Holiday/Vacation.
      • If you leave this black the AutoRely will run perpetually.
    • Subject: The title of the email you would like the recipient to get e.g. I’m currently away on……
    • Message: The Message body you would like to send e.g. I am away between the 1st of Aug and 14th of Aug, please contact …
    • Only send a response: If you only want people in your contacts to get your AutoReply tick this box.
    • When you are happy click the “Save Changes” button.

    Out of Office AutoReply in Gmail

     

    Thats it, if you have any questions or you have any tips of your own, Why not drop a comment below.

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  • VennerCorp 15:20 on October 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    How to set up remote desktop on windows XP, Vista and 7

    1. Click your Start button.
    2. In the search box type systempropertiesremote and press enter.
    3. A window will appear asking if you would like to allow access – Click Allow.
    4. You should now have the system properties window open on your screen with the Remote Tab selected. (If the remote tab is not selected, then please select it.)how to setup remote desktop
    5. At the bottom you have 3 options for setting up remote desktop access.
      1. Don’t allow remote connections – Turn off remote access
      2. Allow connection from any version of remote desktop.

      Select this is you are connecting from XP or from an Iphone or Ipad.
      Select this is you are only going to be connecting from windows vista or  higher, or your preferred remote desktop connection software supports NLA.

      1. Allow connections only from Remote Desktop with NLA.
    1. Click Apply at the bottom right.
    2. Your current profile will have automatically been added to the authorised user list.
    3. To add another account or remove an account click “Select Users…”, another window will appear. This window will display any authorised users.
      1. To Add an account.
      2. Click Add, another window will appear in the bottom box marked “Enter the object names to select”.
      3. Type in the account name you wish to add.
      4. Click Check Names.
      5. If the account name is valid it will change to Computername/accountname.
      6. If it is not valid an error window will appear called “Name not Found”.
      7. When happy click OK.
      8. To Remove an account, select the requested account and click remove.
    1. Your Pc is now ready to accept remote connections.
    2. When you connect remotely you will need to type in an authorised account name and its password.

     

    If you would like anymore information or help setting up your computer visit out computer support page or contact us.

     

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    • Aliasgar Babat 13:25 on January 17, 2013 Permalink

      Hey, very good article regarding setting up remote desktop on XP, Vista and windows 7 computers. In addition to above, one can even deploy on premise remote support appliance such as RHUB or Bomgar appliances or can use hosted services such as logmeinrescue, gosupportnow, GoToMyPC etc. in order to remotely access computers.

  • VennerCorp 20:35 on July 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    The Top 5 Computer Movies 

    Below are the top 5 computer Movies in existence. They might not have the latest technology or in most cases be realistic with the computers capabilities, the graphics, or the speed of the internet at that time. But they are perfect for when your inner geek or nerd needs a quick fix or just to laugh at some of the antiquated technology.

    1. The Net 1995
    Angela Bennett’s a software analyst who works remotely from home and has few friends or family outside of cyberspace. Taking her first vacation in years she becomes embroiled in a web of computer espionage when her life is deleted and her friends are killed.
    Killer Quote – Is that business or pleasure? Is there a difference? Not a great deal if you’re a hacker.
    Technology – Mac OS 7.

    2. Hackers 1995
    A 12 year old boy writes a computer virus that crashed fifteen hundred and seven computers in one day; he is then banned from touching a machine until his 18th birthday. Just after his 18th birthday Dade and his new hacker friends are framed for planting a virus in a supercomputer by an evil super hacker, they must then race against the clock to prove their innocence and stop the virus before it causes the world’s largest oil spill.
    Killer Quote – Hack the planet! Hack the planet!
    Technology – Apple Powerbook 540c.

    3. Antitrust 2001
    Milo is hired after college to help NURV to write the software for their new global satellite communication system, he then finds out there are hidden secrets at the company when code starts appearing, written by recently deceased programmers around the country.
    Killer Quote – You’re either a one or a zero. Alive or dead.
    Technology – GNU/Linux.

    4. WarGames 1983
    A young computer wizard accidentally breaks into the top secret war playing computer at NORAD while searching for the latest computer game. He starts playing a game of thermo nuclear war not realising that the computer is trying to play for REAL.
    Can he convince the generals at NORAD to stop the computer before it starts world war 3?
    Killer Quote – Shall we play a game?
    Technology – IMSAI 8080.

    5. Firewall 2006
    A master criminal kidnaps a banks security manager’s family to force him to hack into his own bank to steal $100 million.
    Killer Quote – Honey, I need to borrow your iPod.
    Technology – Ipod.

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