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Thu
28
Jul
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PicoZip Review

Synopsis: What's the best way to send files over email, shrink your backup job, and otherwise handle the majority of all archive file formats? Answer: with PicoZip, of course! PicoZip is a fully-featured WinZip 9 replacement and is compatible with ... all major extensions (up to 23 formats, including: .ZIP, .RAR, .ACE, and more!). PicoZip integrates seamlessly with Windows Explorer and is packed with lots of powerful archiving features that are extremely easy to use. Even if you have never used any other type of Zip or archiving utility, learning to use PicoZip is a snap! PicoZip: Screenshots ... (view more)

Wed
20
Jul
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1 Click Spam Shield Review

What's the number one problem on the Internet? Answer: unsolicited bulk mail -- or, quite simply, 'Spam'! So what are you doing to shield yourself against these highly annoying bulk messages? Introducing: 1 Click Spam Shield -- a safe and easy to ... use spam filter that ensures you get messages from people you know! 1 Click Spam Shield is one of the safest, easiest, and most powerful client-side solutions for eliminating junk mail. It prioritizes your email inbox; removes spam and junk mail; it learns which messages are more 'spammy' and which ones aren't, and becomes more accurate over time ( ... (view more)

Tue
19
Jul
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Digital photo (pictures) too large for email?

Infopackets Reader Jodie K. writes: " Dear Dennis, When I take pictures with my digital camera and upload them on my computer, the pictures are very, very large! When I try to send in email, it takes forever to send my pictures to friends. I'd like ... to know how can I make my digital pictures smaller, so they won't take up so much space in emails. Thank you for any advice you can give! " My response: The short answer is that you will have to resize the picture before sending it off through email. By resizing the picture into a smaller resolution, the picture file size will also shrink ... (view more)

Thu
14
Jul
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Tenebril LifeGuard 3.0 Review

Synopsis: How do you manage your personal information? Do you back it up once a day, once a week, once every month? Never? The fact is: system crashes happen, viruses strike, and Spyware is difficult to avoid. You may not think about backing up ... important documents every day, but when you need it -- you *really* need it! Introducing Tenebril Lifeguard 3.0 -- an automated backup solution designed to take the guesswork out of protecting your data. Don't get caught without it! LifeGuard 3.0: How it works Lifeguard is designed to blend power with ease of use. Its document-centric interface lets ... (view more)

Thu
16
Jun
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VisualRoute Personal Edition Review

Synopsis: Have you ever wondered why you can't connect to a certain web site or wondered "why is the Internet down" or your connection "too slow"? Have you ever wondered who's behind those attacks on your firewall? Well, now you don't have to! ... VisualRoute Internet tracing software is perfect for tracking hackers, spammers, investigating a website, and testing Internet connectivity. Here's how it works: VisualRoute shows you the exact route data takes as it is sent from your computer and traverses through the Internet. All of this crucial information is then placed neatly on a world map, so ... (view more)

Fri
20
May
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Spam Monitor Review

Synopsis: Brought to you by the same folks that created Registry Mechanic (PC Tools), Spam Monitor is an easy-to-use, yet powerful Spam filter that detects and isolates unsolicited junk emails. Designed especially for computer Newbies, Spam ... Monitor's step-by-step wizard configures your PC with the safest anti-spam settings possible! Spam Monitor: Screenshots Click to view: Page 1 | Page 2. Spam Monitor: Features and Highlights Support all popular email programs such as: Outlook, Outlook Express, Netscape Mail, Mozilla Mail, Eudora, and Opera Configuration wizard that automatically configures ... (view more)

Wed
27
Apr
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ZapaSpam for Outlook and Outlook Express Review

Synopsis: Stop Spam (unsolicited email messages) from reaching your inbox with ZapaSpam -- designed specifically for Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express. ZapaSpam is a permission-based software application 'plug-in' that incorporates unique ... digital certificate technology and absolutely prevents message deliveries from unauthorized senders. ZapaSpam: Permission based emails vs. Spam Filtering Technology Unsolicited or unwanted messages are clogging email inboxes at an alarming rate! More than 70% of all email traffic is 'SPAM'. As email vendors introduce new technology aimed to thwart this ... (view more)

Tue
11
Jan
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Messaging program for office or LAN/WAN?

Infopackets Reader Robert F. writes: " Dear Dennis, I really find your newsletters to be interesting and of great help -- keep up the good work! I want to set up an office and be able to email my secretary and have her reply to the email without ... having an Internet connection as I don't need the internet in the business. Do you know of a program that would let me do this? I own a Dell PC and talked to a technician, but they didn't have a suggestion for me. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated! " My response: The simple answer is that email is designed to run on the ... (view more)

Wed
22
Dec
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0Spam.com -- the ultimate free anti-spam solution?

I'm swamped this time of year, and so is my inbox -- full of spam (unsolicited email) offers, that is. RE: the ultimate free anti-spam solution? I recently stumbled across a web site that offers a free, seamless anti-spam solution: all without the ... need to install special, third-party software or to configure complex mail filter rules. Because there the client computer does not require a software integration, this makes 0Spam platform independent and perfect for home or corporate use, whether it's for a Linux, Mac, or Windows machine. From the 0Spam.com web site: " 0Spam works with POP3 ... (view more)

Fri
10
Dec
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Important Changes to Infopackets.com: starting Next Week

I'm stoked. For the last 3 months, I've been nibbling away at a special web script (project) that reformats all the previous Infopackets newsletters into a simple, clean layout. Why all the excitement? There are a lot of great things to come now ... that this daunting task is nearing completion. With article layout standardized, I can now move forward with: a) splitting articles into separate pages: it is important to split the articles so that potential web visitors can locate our web site through search engines (such as Google). As it stands now, 95% of all traffic to our web site is from our ... (view more)

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