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You may have seen over the past week that the Heartbleed Bug has been making headline news, not just in the tech industry, but globally at every level of interest. It highlights how we are all increasingly connected to the web and dependant upon the levels of security that are available to us.
The bug in the OpenSSL Cryptographic Software allowed those with the right ‘know-how’ to gain access to the memory of systems protected by this web standard security layer. Once identified and made aware of, a fixed patch became available and systems around the globe began the process of updating to the newest versions available for their platform. Once that was done, new SSL Certificates were required and all previous certificates revoked.
Windows Live Mail is another Email Client ( or application if you prefer ) that runs on your PC and allows you to check the email activity of various email addresses you may have. In this guide we’re going to show you how to add an email account that is provided as part of our Hosting and Website Management Service. If your emails are operated by another service provider, you may well still be able to follow this guide using the details they have provided you with.
Archiving your emails allows you to save them locally on your computer. This is perfect if you need to remove emails from the on-line mail server to free up space. It’s also ideal if you are switching service providers and need to setup your email accounts on a new hosting system. Archiving the emails will keep them safely on your computer and you can still read and reply to them as necessary.
Whilst your version of Windows Live Mail may look slightly different to the screen shots we have here, you should be able to follow along and make the necessary changes to successfully archive your emails locally.
In this guide we are taking you through a step by step process to set up your email accounts in Microsoft Outlook Express. You should already have the required settings, but if you need a reminder, please get in touch.
There are many different versions of Outlook Express and so the screenshots below may appear slightly different to the views you see on your own screen during the process. The settings and procedures however, are very similar.
Updated for iOS 9
In this guide we aim to give you the email settings for iPhone and iPad and show you how to set up email accounts on your iOS devices, so your emails remain in sync across all your email clients.
IMAP is the preferred method of receiving email on multiple devices such as your desktop computer, your laptop and mobile phone. When using IMAP, if you read an email on your iPhone, it should automatically be marked as read on your desktop and other devices – providing you have also used the IMAP protocol on those devices too. If you choose to delete a message, it is deleted across all devices.