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  1. Mike@Phrases and Sayings

    You know, I actually have multiple e-mails that I use for different reasons, and it can be troublesome to memorize all the different logins and passwords. The first tip about creating folders and setting filters to organize the incoming mail is a simple one, but I hadn’t even thought of it until I read it! One thing is for sure, I need to get more organized in this regard, so thanks for the tips.

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    1. Christopher Roberts
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      If you have lots of emails Mike, it would probably help to get an email client like Outlook, as that can have all your email addresses in one, and it remembers your passwords for you! You can then apply filters and the mail will go exactly where you want it to.

      Thanks for the comment, I hope you found the article useful. Welcome to Technology Bloggers :-)
      Christopher – Admin Team

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      1. Mike
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        Thanks for the welcome. As for Outlook, I had a negative first impression with it years ago and never looked back, but that was a long time ago and I’m sure things have changed for the better. I’ll take a look at it again since it sounds like it has some useful features that I would find handy.

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        1. Christopher Roberts
          Christopher Roberts at |

          There is a lot of software out there that can at first be a little impractical for your personal desired use, however most programs have the functionality which allows you to get them to work how you wan them to, just by tweaking a few settings.

          For example, I have the Outlook spam folder and function completely disabled, as it never seemed to catch any spam, and I would check it every so often and find important emails in there!

          Thanks for the reply Mike, great to have you join the community :-)

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