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8 Great Gmail Tips and Tricks

Gmail by Google is the world’s most popular email program: 1.4 billion users. It’s robust, simple to set up, easy to use, wickedly fast to search, and for most people, free.  No wonder it’s wildly popular among real estate agents.   Gmail has many unknown and little-used features that can be hugely helpful. But like

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Don’t get caught by the phishing hook

It’s spring home buying season, but that also means it’s phishing season, and not the kind that puts fresh trout on the dinner table. “Phishing” is an attempt to try to trick you to give up financial or other confidential information, such as your user ID or password, by sending you a communication that looks

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6 Things You Should Do When Your Email Gets Hacked

Getting your email hacked can happen to any of us, and it can be alarming. The most popular way people realize that their email has been hacked is when a friend or family member lets them know that they received a strange email from them. Email hackers target the public to take money from them

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Pocket PCs and iPad and Outlook Tips

Pocket PCs? The technology industry is booming, and everyday appliances are being redeveloped to be better than ever before thought possible. With many technology devices, part of a new design means the device is made smaller and portable. One of the most well-known examples is the computer, with original models weighing around one ton; computers

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