I used to recommend using Google to host your personal domain email (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org). But since Google started “monetizing” their products, they now charge $50/year/account for the service, quite steep. Now I recommend Outlook.com, which is still free and a very good service. You can signup here: https://domains.live.com/Signup/SignupDomain.aspx You need
This will be my last post. I’m retiring since I won “some huge amount of United States Dollars” in the lotto. How did I win when I’ve never played the lotto? It’s easily explained in this email I got today. I just need to send the Lieutenant General or General
Google email works with email@example.com, but you could also use firstname.lastname@example.org. To do this, you sign up for Google Apps, which is offered in Standard (Free) and Premier Editions. Go to: http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/group/ There are a couple of ways to do this: The simplest is to choose “I want to buy
You might have heard about add-ons for the popular web browser Firefox that give it more capabilities. Well, the folks at Mozilla also make a great email client called Thunderbird (PC, Mac, Linux) that has add-ons too. I found this out when I needed to send someone hundreds of emails.