Email - What's to know?

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Email is probably the second most significant means of communication next to verbal speech. So what exactly is the big deal?

You must have a FIRM grip on what this works.

I'm not talking about composing and clicking the Send button.

After all who your provider is. Could it be a web based service like Yahoo, Google, or HotMail? Or have you got an a server stashed in a closet processing mail.

Recommendations the case then are you aware how to administer it?

Unless you. You know what I am going to say don't you?

Learn it!

If you do not get bugged by the company's Phone System however can almost make certain that email will be a bigger picking point.

I want to explain my system.

We do not have an such a server. We all do have a web server somewhere in the free world. That server has the capability to forward our mail to the NetZero accounts.

I not just know how to setup the forwards about the domain but I also setup the NetZero is the reason for new employees.

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You need to KNOW your system like that and become confident in administering it.

So what is the advantage in doing this? Well, in my case I have a domain name that belongs to me. I get ALL emails which are to that domain name it doesn't matter what it is. Do you have it now?

So in my domain name of buddyshearer dot com. I've got a catch-all rule setup that defines any email it does not not how to deal with then forward it to this other email address.

My biggest me is for temporary emails. I can generate as much as I need and I need not worry about where each goes because I do not care.

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