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30 October 2011

How to Archive Mail

Archiving mails stores them for future use but removes them from your inbox, reducing clutter while promoting electronic data storage. Since Many Readers of This Blog Requested me for the "How to archive mail" Tutorial.I am Writing This one.Computer-based email clients such as Outlook have an archive function built in. However, with the exception of Gmail, webmail applications don't offer this function so users must archive their webmail through a computer-based client. Enabling archiving is easy; archiving the thousand of emails a user has can be time-consuming but not difficult. Choose the right method for your webmail client.Follow My Method and Forget Other email archive solutions Forever.


Note: The following procedure is valid only for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. You can determine which version you are using by opening Outlook and clicking on Help > About Microsoft Outlook.

     1.  Open Outlook.
  1. The Personal Folder file (.pst / PST) is the place where Outlook stores its data (when you're using Outlook without Microsoft® Exchange Server). Each Personal Folder file contains all of your Outlook folders, including the Inbox, Calendar, and Contacts. You may have a single .pst file (usually called "Internet Folders" or "Personal Folders" in your Folder List), and you may also have an additional .pst file that you use to archive messages (named "Archive Folders"). By backing up these PST files you will be backing up all your Outlook information.
  2. In previous versions of Outlook, it was difficult to locate the folder containing the personal folder files. Developers have made this task much easier in Outlook 2007.
  3. There are two ways to access the location of your data files. In the main menu, you can either click File > Data File Management... or Tools > Account Settings...

  4. If not already selected, click on the "Data Files" tab. You may have a single data file or multiple data files. These "Data Files" are where you store your email messages, calendar, tasks and other items.

  5. Highlight the data file that you are interested in backing up and click on the "Open Folder..." icon. Clicking on this icon will automatically launch Windows Explorer and take you to the location where this data file is stored.
  6. Within the folder you should find an outlook.pst file . Burn this file to a CDROM disk or other backup source. If you archive your email, be sure to backup the archive.pst file as well. Prior to backing up these files, Outlook will need to be closed.
  • The table below lists key Outlook files that you may want to back up in addition to your Personal Folder(s). You will need to completely exit Outlook prior to copying these files. Depending upon your configuration some or all of these files may be present in your Outlook directory.
  •  If you have followed the steps above to backup your Outlook data, restoring is simple. All you do is copy the backup PST file(s) into the folder that you located when you initially backed up your work.
The Method Is Similar For The Higher Versions of Outlook.

27 October 2011

Blogging and RSS Ebook Download

Information Today
ISBN : 1573873993
322 Pages
11.5 Mb

In this fully updated second edition of his popular 2006 book, author, internet trainer, and blogger Michael P. Sauers shows how blogging and RSS technology can be easily and successfully used by libraries and librarians. Sauers provides a wealth of useful examples and insights from librarian bloggers and provides easy-to-follow instructions for creating, publishing, and syndicating a blog using free web-based services, software, RSS feeds, and aggregators.




21 October 2011

Recover Deleted SMS Nokia

Hi Guys,Today we are going to discuss about how to recover deleted SMS Messages hence read them right on your phone. Now this trick is valid on Nokia Mobiles and I Tested it
and found this trick to be working successfully. Ok now what's the trick is that sometimes your SMS
Messages are saved to
memory card as they are received from your friends, sometimes this is the default function in Nokia Mobiles and sometimes you have the option to save them @ the place you want. So ok lets get started.

=> Things You Will Need:-

1. A Nokia Mobile supporting application download.

2. Second search for any File-Manager like ( FExplorer, Fileman or any other )

3. Install that application on your cellphone.

4. Now when everything is ready follow the below steps .:

=>Procedure to Read Deleted SMS in Mobile Phone:-

1. Open your File-Manager i.e.. FExplorer or Fileman

2. Select the memory card drive that can be C: or D: just check it out.

3. Now after opening drive navigate to System > Mail

4. Now in Mail folder you will see different folders like ( 0010001_s )

5. Now the above folders are the actual messages which you are going to read, now there will be many folders which are actually all the
messages now search for the one you are browsing and than do not open that directly as it will not be supported, choose the one you wanna open than choose open > file > hex/ text viewer.

6. That’s it now you are reading the deleted SMS which you can copy or transfer into other phone by sending it through Bluetooth.

11 October 2011

New Trick to Improve BroadBand Speed

1) Go to and click on Download Speed Test, and then on Smart Test....(and while conducting this test, don't forget to close all Instant Messagers, and there should be no other web activity, other than the test)

2) Note down the speeds.

Now, lets see, what all changes to be made.....

This tip is designed for increased BROADBAND speed in Windows XP while using standard Network Interface cards (NIC) that are connected to ADSL modems, or when using any directly-connected USB ADSL modem.

To speed up the Internet connection speed we need to configure a special buffer in the computer's memory in order to enable it to better deal with interrupts made from the NIC or the USB modem.

This tip is only recommended if you have 256MB RAM or higher.

Step #1 - Identify the IRQ used by the NIC/USB modem

1. Open the System Information tool by running MSINFO32.EXE from the Run command.
2. Expand System Summary > Hardware Resources > IRQs.
3. Look for the listing made for your NIC (in my case - a Intel® PRO/100+ Management Adapter). Note the IRQ next to the specified line (in my case - IRQ21).

In case of USB modems you will first need to find the right USB device used by your modem. Follow these steps:

1. Open the Device Manager tool by running DEVMGMT.MSC from the Run command (or by right-clicking My Computer > Hardware tab > Device Manager button).

2. Scroll down to Universal Serial Bus controllers and expand it.

3. Right-click the USB Root Hub and select Properties. Note that you might need to do so for all listed USB Root hubs (if there are more than one) in order to find the right one.

4. In the Power tab, look for your USB ADSL modem.

5. In the Resources tab look for the assigned IRQ (in this case - IRQ21).

6. This is the IRQ we're looking for.

Note: IRQs and modem names might vary...

Step #2 - Modify the system.ini file

1. Run SYSEDIT.EXE from the Run command.
2. Expand the system.ini file window.
3. Scroll down almost to the end of the file till you find a line called [386enh].
4. Press Enter to make one blank line, and in that line type IRQX=4096 where X is the designated IRQ number we found in step #1, in my case it's IRQ21.

Note: This line IS CASE SENSITIVE!!!

5. Click on the File menu, then choose Save.
6. Close SYSEDIT and reboot your computer.

Done. Speed improvement will be noticed after the computer reboots.

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