What better way to start the year than with a clean e-mail slate? I went through my e-mail accounts on New Year’s Day to process it back to Inbox Zero – the state it was in weeks ago, which I wrote about in a blog post here. It took me less than a day to… Continue reading Tabula rasa
The idea is mind-boggling. What will you do with a terabyte of storage? I have a lot of e-mails in my archives, many with attachments, and yet my GMail inbox usage is only at 14 percent. MailNation.net offers free e-mail with a terabyte inbox, that’s one thousand gigabytes. I doubt anyone can fill even a… Continue reading Free web-based e-mail with terabyte storage
Here’s an interesting tip from Steve Outing in Poynter’s E-Media Tidbits: put an indicator in your e-mail signature whether your e-mail is private or “bloggable.” With most people owning blogs nowadays, Outing says “it’s worthwhile to make it clear when something you’ve sent in an e-mail is meant to be private.” I tweaked my signature… Continue reading Is this e-mail bloggable?