Google-Contacts-Manager Tool To Manage Your Contacts

Google-Contacts-Manager Tool To Manage Your Contacts

Mailing accounts such as Gmail maintains entire data of every single contact listed in it, if incase any data is required by user, they are asked to login to the account to retrieve the same.

This in turn makes the job tedious and users tend to opt to alternates to save their records or look ahead towards other mailing accounts.

Due to on going rise of requirements and their continuous support by users of Gmail, google has launched a fantabulous service namely “Google-Contacts-Manager

This is one standalone package which does not rely upon other services of google; it’s specifically designed to cater Gmail users with their email accounts related information.

Although it’s in Preliminary or testing stage presently, it functions with Google Calendar, Picassa, Google Docs, and a couple of other services.

On this Google-Contacts-Manager, a user can create new contact details or amend the existing contact details fitting your groups list.

Users can also transfer all their contact details from other Email-Service-Providers like, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, and Gmail etc. This can be considered as a matchless spot to stop for a user’s contact demands.

An individual is required to possess a Gmail account with Google to enjoy this newly launched service for managing all your contacts.

Gmail Account Hacked – Recover It Easily

Gmail Account Hacked – Recover It Easily

E-mails are one of the most convenient ways to keep in touch with your loved ones as well as some business corporate. There are a number of free email providers these days. Some of the most popular of these are Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, Rediff Mail, Gmail and lots more. Gmail is the service provided by the search engine giants Google.

Each of the users e-mail accounts have personal emails as well as some important emails relating to work. The only threat on this personal and important data is from hackers. Hackers hack into the user’s personal account and steal personal and important information. This can be pretty devastating as you could lose some secrets and some important stuff.

Recovering hacked accounts is extremely difficult and it gets worse if your password’s changed by the hacker. There are a few ways to recover hacked email accounts, but some hackers are just too smart and make the process of recovery all the more difficult. Google provides two ways to help the user recover back its hacked account. The two ways are mentioned below:

1.  The first and simplest technique of recovering the hacked account is by resetting the password of your account. If the user ever feels that his/her account has been fiddled with and the password’s still the same, then the first thing to be done is to change or reset the password. Users can change the passwords of their accounts by going to the following link: https://www.google.com/accounts/ForgotPasswd.

On being directed to the above mentioned link, the user will be asked to provide its login name. If the user has his account verified by a mobile phone then the recovery code will be received on the concerned mobile number. The password of your account can thus be changed after entering the correct recovery code.

 

If no mobile number has been provided then the recovery code will be received as e-mail in your primary e-mail account. Every user needs o provide an alternate e-mail address before registering for an account. Thus the recovery code will be sent via email to the provided email address.

2.  The second technique of recovering from a hacked email account is by contacting the Google Support Team. Here the user has to prove that the account hacked is his by providing some relevant information. The user needs to visit the link http://www.google.com/support/accounts/bin/request.py?ara=1 and then provide the following information.

  • The date of account creation is needed. Users have to check the date of the first email received confirming the creation of your account.
  • You also need to provide the date of your last successful login.
  • Another field that needs to be filled is the last password which the user remembers. It can be the password prior to the one that has been changed.
  • Five email addresses to which the user sends or receives most number of emails.
  • Names of labels (if any) needs to be provided
  • Details of other services of Google that the user uses.

Firefox Mailto Yahoo Mail By Default – Setup Yahoo Mail As Default Mail Client In Firefox

Easy Yahoo Mail options on Firefox3

Firefox3 and Yahoo Mail have together launched a new application that allows one to connect to all the mail options of Yahoo! Mail through Firefox3. This new added feature allows the user to send and receive mails while connected to Firefox3.

This feature acts by default when one clicks on a URL link or an email address that begins with mailto: protocol. These can be either email clients like Microsoft Outlook, Windows Mail, or Outlook Express which will allow users to create and send emails to that specific recipient.

Mailing to recipients was never so easy. If one has Yahoo! Mail as their default email client and wants Yahoo! Mail to handle all the mailto: protocol, then they can automate the whole process of composing the email and sending it via Yahoo! Mail.

Firefox3 has some easy to follow steps to activate this feature so that the user can link it with Yahoo. One can call this feature also a built in integration.

The steps involved are: Go to Tools –> select Option –> Click on the Application icon –>  Locate and highlight the mailto Content Type by clicking on it –> from the drop down box select Use Yahoo! Mail, and click OK.

After this setting whenever the user clicks any mailto: link, the email address gets automatically entered in the ‘To’ Field in the Yahoo! Mail account compose box. The user will however need to log in before accessing this feature. This attribute is also compatible with Gmail.

Related posts:

1> Set Gmail Google Apps As default email client in Firefox.

2> Remove Gmail as default email client in Firefox.

How To Import Email Accounts To Opera From Other E-Mail Clients

Opera E-mail client has it’s own set of advantages that sets it apart from rest of the e-mail clients, some of the brilliant features being:

1> An e-mail client that handles (POP3/IMAP) which has an integrated messaging client. The beauty of this messaging client is that when ever you have conversation with anyone, it keeps track of the information of people who you’ve had conversation with,

2> In built news reader (NNTP),

3> In built RSS or Atom feed reader,

If you’ve made a shift to use Opera e-mail client or thinking about making a shifting to use Opera e-mail client there is one fact about Opera that you should know, that is Opera does not support importing contacts from other famous and widely used e-mail clients / software like Microsoft Outlook, Outlook express, Google’s Gmail, Yahoo Mail and such.

Manually typing address and other details of contact from one E-mail client to another can be a dreaded task. To simplify and ease this process, you need a third party tool which will save your time by speeding up the process of importing the contacts and coOpera is one such tool.

First, export contacts from your other email clients (Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook express, Yahoo! mail and gmail) in CSV format and save it in a folder on your system. Open the CSV file with coOpera and it will bring up a screen showing the list of your contacts contained in the CSV file. Choose the contacts you would like to be converted to Opera Browser format and export those contacts to a fresh ADR file or a pre-existing ADR file.

Leave the rest to coOpera and it will migrate all personal information about your contacts like E-mail, Phone, Web Site URL and Address automatically.

Import Email Accounts To Opera From Microsoft Outlook Express Gmail Yahoo! Mail

What otherwise would take hours to accomplish will be finished in matter of seconds. coOpera is free for personal, non-commercial use.

coOpera works on Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista systems and requires Microsoft .NET Framework installed on your computer.

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