That's because you are not using IE. What you are seeing is a non-IE (watered down) version of the app. Therefore, first and foremost, you need to access OWA from Internet Explorer, otherwise you will not see the Rules section. Secondly, make sure forwarding is allowed from the Exchange server. Then:
Click on the Options button at the top right of the ...
Login to Facebook with your old credentials
Go to account settings, click Edit in Email section
Add another e-mail (confirm with password)
Receive validation e-mail, click link they've sent you
Go back to Email settings, set your new email as primary
After you log out, next time you log in use the new e-mail. You can even remove the old e-mail from your ...
No, there is no way to disable your email address currently.
All email that isn't currently recognized will go to the "other" folder, you will not be notified of those.
Your Other folder contains messages sent to mailing lists and broad distribution groups, along with messages from people who aren’t friends or friends of friends.
I wouldn't really recommend contacting people outside of eBay—the restrictions are there for a reason! :)
However, you could use http://scr.im or http://tinymailto.com/ which converts your email in to a standard HTTP URL.
from this: firstname.lastname@example.org
to this: http://tinymailto.com/abcd
They also offer the ability ...
There's a Slack integration for that: MailClark. It includes a Group mode, which does exactly what you describe. You can have a Slack channel with any combination of Slack and email users, where Slack messages are sent out as emails, and emails are received as Slack messages.
You may want to investigate IF This Then That and maybe their recipe that allows you to automatically forward a e-mail message to a phone via SMS. This recipe may not fully work for you, depending on your needs, but this is a start.
ifttt is truly a godsend when it comes to connecting different services.
You can send emails only to people who have usernames claimed. Facebook doesn't allow sending emails to IDs.
Below's my original (wrong) answer.
Yes, the email is email@example.com. Your friends should receive them as long as you send them from an email associated with your Facebook account because the default setting is to accept messages from at ...
Yes this is possible with a tool like Emello.
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There are a couple of Chrome extensions that do a nice job, although they don't help much if you don't always keep Chrome open.
This one is great, although it uses quite a bit of memory: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/oeopbcgkkoapgobdbedcemjljbihmemj
Try using the Forms functionality that is already provided by Google: http://support.google.com/docs/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=87809
This help article shows you how to set up a form, and the form responses go to a Google Spreadsheet with all of the data. You could create a simple form that asks users to enter an email address and hit "Submit"
This is a Google Calendar solution, and includes instructions on how to add reminder notifications, since the basic US Holiday calendar doesn't allow you to change Calendar-level notifications.
You can try using Google Calendar to set an event on your calendar every time Daylight Savings time begins or ends. This works for events repeating on the first ...
This answer comes from https://productforums.google.com/d/msg/drive/xHCk8L06b44/I9AndODcDQAJ -- it's a great answer, so feel free to vote it up at its source.
Folder Email-Collaborators Kludge (FECK)
Within the shared Folder in question, create a Google Doc file with the same sharing permissions as the containing Folder.
There is a group known as "Universal Acceptance steering group" which want to promote the concept that all domain names should be treated equally. They are now letting people around the world to submit info about sites that not accept gTLD to them at https://uasg.tech/global-support-centre/ so that they would contact and track support status of different ...
These used (?) to be handled for Facebook applications as a proxy so users do not have to release their email address publicly. Facebook assigns one when granting access to an application and the user requests an anonymous email instead. A temporary one is randomly generated for the user to receive emails from the application developer.
Google Apps stops accepting free sign-ups
Starting today for all new customers:
Individuals wishing to use Google’s web apps like Gmail and Google
Drive should create a free personal Google Account, which provides a
seamless experience across all of our web services on any device.
For Businesses, instead of two versions, there will be one. ...
While you can't get their email directly, if you head to the organization's profile page from your boards page, you can find the users' square, click on it, and click their name in the popup to get to their profile page. Here you can note their username in parenthesis, and you may enter this into the invitation input box to invite them to your board.
No, this Outlook annoyance (displaying the headers in the wrong sequence) cannot be fixed on the side of webmail providers. At least not on the public ones which do not allow scripting. Sometimes - depending on your use case - using Reply-To is better.
And he could never do this, he thinks that it is very stupid to provide his passwords anywhere.
I just tried this on my own Facebook account with both Google and Hotmail (my FB account is attached to the Hotmail account), and neither option in the Find Friends section requested any password. I am already authenticated with Google and Hotmail in another ...
I think it all depends on your interlocutors:
If they are a minimum tech-savvy I would just send the vcard as they should know they can open it with any text editor if they need to.
If they are not tech-savvy, I would insert the contact data to the email body and maybe add the vcard saying the contact information are attached as well.
In case you're not ...
I very much doubt it:
You most probably don't want your message "Please make a reservation for Jane Doe, phone 123-4567" to show on their public twitter-feed for everyone to see.
Twitter's equivalent to email (private messaging) is Direct Messaging. However Twitter users can (only) "... send a message to anyone who follows [them]." This rule isn't ...
It appears that method 3 is a valid solution if you have some programming skills.
I contacted the MailChimp and Mandrill support and they both confirmed that it's possible to send newsletters with Mandrill. MailChimp even allows you to use pre-defined templates for your Mandrill newsletter.
The solution is to write a script (in a language like Ruby or ...
Google Groups, for whatever reason, will see some messages as spam and place the message in a pending queue. Go into the Settings and under Moderation in the Spam Messages section click the drop menu and select Skip the moderation and post to the group.
You need to set the "Post Permission" to public.
Click the gear in upper right. Then Group Settings in the dropdown. Then on the left under the "Permissions" find "Basic Permissions" and set "Post" to public. This allows anyone to send messages to the group via e-mail.