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Email Setup

Email Setup

It’s hard to get by in this day and age without using email. Have us out to set up an account for you, with either a new or existing email address, and show you how to take full advantage of all its great features.

Setup a new or existing email account
Setup a new or existing email account

A new or existing email account will be setup for you using your choice of client (‘geek speak’ for the program or online service you use to send and receive emails). The pros and cons of different email clients can be discussed in depth onsite.

Configure multiple email accounts
Configure multiple email accounts

If more than one email account is needed in the household, multiple accounts can be setup and configured on a variety of clients. (For example, one person might want to use Microsoft’s Outlook to send and receive emails whilst another might prefer Google’s Gmail.)

Setup archive of old emails
Setup archive of old emails

Most email clients need to archive emails that accumulate over time in some way. By setting up the most sensible and efficient method for this to occur, your email client will continue to be as fast and as stable as it was on the day you installed it!

Optimise email client for best performance
Optimise email client for best performance

To optimise the performance of your particular email client, we do things like setup appropriate folder structures (in Outlook) or ‘labels’ (in Gmail) and ensure that your client’s settings automatically clear your spam and junk folders on a regular basis. Training in the various great features offered by different email clients is also undertaken.

 

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