Posted 02 February 2010 - 11:45 AM
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Posted 04 February 2010 - 09:48 PM
Posted 05 February 2010 - 02:57 AM
Sorry to hear of the problems with your email
I'm not sure from you last post if you really want me to remove your topic.....or if this is just a polite way of reminding folks that your original post is 2 to 3 days old, and you are still looking for a reply?
However if you go here:
and make sure the dot is in the space for "Save my email address and Password"
Then the machine you are using to do this should remember it for the future....
I wouldn't recommend you use this approach on any other machine...... as any of the users there would be able to use your email account....and get up to all sort of naughty stuff.
If I have misunderstood your question or you want me to remove your topic post back and I'll do my best for you!
Posted 05 February 2010 - 08:26 AM
Posted 05 February 2010 - 10:28 AM
We all started at some point of not being familiar with how to operate a computer.
Then we learned, bit by bit. And often it was a frustrating process.
Quite often progress occurs when another person takes the time to point out a simple procedure that was an absolute obstacle because we just didn't know about it before someone mentioned it to us.
Not knowing about a procedure does not make one stupid, but it can sure make one feel frustrated and lost.
I remember trying to travel by train between Yokohama and Tokyo in the late '60s.
Their trains were perfectly well organized as were their transit stations and their excellent signs offering directions.
I just didn't know the language.
Thankfully, a few helpful strangers offered assistance when I needed it.
I'll leave your topic here for a while, in case you wish to return.
Maybe we can even help you get your poetry backed up to CD or external hard drive.
Otherwise, in a week or so, I'll move your topic out of view.
Posted 05 February 2010 - 12:08 PM
Posted 05 February 2010 - 02:29 PM
You are very kind to mention and express your appreciation for the help you have received from our good folks here at WTT.
I agree and am proud to be a small part of a great group of volunteers.
In outlook express it is possible to Show Blind CC (bcc:)
bcc: is the method to use so that email you may wish to send to multiple people will be individually addressed, without the receiver "seeing" any of the other addresses. The other addresses aren't even listed in the email expanded header, except for you the sender.
You can use any email client (outlook, outlook express, thunderbirs(from Mozilla) ) whatever you wish to use on your machine.
They all have "bcc:"
Or you can use any online accounts you may have subscribed to. They also offer bcc:, though it may require pressing a button or configuring to display the feature.
In Yahoo mail, for instance, there is a lightly printed red script at the top of the email addressing lines "Show bcc::"
Click on Show bcc: and you will then have an additional "blind" address line to enter the folks you want to send to without troubling them with everyone else's email address.
Hope this helps.
Posted 05 February 2010 - 06:09 PM
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