A free email service can be convenient when you first get started, but what you need to consider is the impression it may give to potential customers. There is also the fact you have to consider the permanence factor. Should you choose a free email address and your potential client(s) or existing customers start using the email address you can be stuck with it! The best thing to do is to have the right one from the outset.A few more reasons to avoid free email services Business Image
A free email service such as AOL, Yahoo or gmail may seem convenient but who impressed will your customer be to see something such [...]
We assume by design as Microsoft was made aware of this behaviour back when Microsoft Office 2010 was popular. We think that Microsoft does not label this a bug as in a Microsoft KB article the behaviour is explained.
In this document Microsoft posts:Scenarios that may cause links to not work as expected
There are several circumstances in which links between files can be inadvertently made to point to erroneous locations. The following are two of the most common scenarios.
Scenario 1:You map a drive under the root of a share. For [...]
Microsoft has brought together the Office suite we all know and incorporated Windows 10 and enterprise security. We at Hamilton Technology understand the importance of having business software we can trust. We provide a few reasons why we believe it is the right product to use and we give you reasons why you should switch to Office 365.Security
With built-in security and [...]
Whenever I have set up a domain for a customer a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record has always naturally become an essential part of the setup. Despite this, there has been a debate within our Office and even with colleagues in the past and in the IT industry.
SPF records are important though as they prevent spammers from spoofing your domain. The recipient servers use your configured SPF record to check if the e-mail you have received comes from an authorised server or not. If no SPF record is present the server will decide how to treat the e-mail.
We recently had to deal with a few blocked E-mails, we were getting the error 550 5.7.1 Sender ID (PRA) Not Permitted. [...]