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Email Box Organization – Ready for Business
Copyright ?? 2003, Stone Evans, The Home Biz Guy
Learning how to get the most organization from your email software is very likely the most important skill you can learn to conduct a successful online home business.
In order to get the most from your email software, there are three key processes that you should learn. These processes are concerned with data organization, saving time and email database management.
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Free Email Accounts
Author: Richard Lowe, Jr.
Most of the people on the planet use the email accounts that come with their internet provider service for their personal email. These are included in the price of the service, so most people just use them because they don’t know any better. I’d guess that outside of such services as AOL, WebTV and the like, virtually everyone just uses an email client such as Outlook Express and their ISP’s included email accounts.
When I began on the internet, I simply used my AOL account to collect my email. It was simple (far simpler than just about anything else, actually) because is was included with the AOL package. Once you set up AOL there was no configuration of any kind. You just used the email browser and you were all set.
After I moved to Pacbell, I simply began using the Pacbell email account that was provided as part of the service. It’s simple, after all, and better yet, it doesn’t cost anything at all.
Later, like many people, I learned about services such as Hotmail, Yahoo mail and Excite mail. I got very excited, because these services solved several problems for me.
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