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Email has been with us most of our adult lives, and is beginning to feel old or outdated next to the shiny and futuristic social sites. Here’s a quick how-to so that you too can ride the new wave of social media sharing! Read more: 5 great tips on making your email newsletters shared (and more social media friendly)

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I’m sure that from time to time, you too have been hassled by Outlook’s over-protectiveness and incessant security messages. Don’t get me wrong: the security messages need to be present, but if you just want to completely disable them then here’s how! Read more: How to disable “a program is trying to […]” pop-ups in Outlook

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If you’ve ever wondered what the best font for emails is, or how your recipients will see what you sent them, then look no further – here’s a short history of the best fonts to use in your emails, along with a few trivia facts about their origins and uses. Read more: The best email fonts are the ones already included in Outlook! | 2 Comments

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Let’s face it: we all want to be in control; we want to know what is happening, who does what and when! Probably that’s why we want to make sure that our emails got delivered, to know if they were read and when… unfortunately, this proves to be more difficult than it sounds, and isn’t always safe. Why? Read more: Why forcing a receipt on your emails doesn’t really work

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