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cat September 29th, 2013 by Virtual Keeper

Read mail from the cell is an increasingly popular trend. Here I give a few tips based on my experience using the cell phone as a portable email mailbox. Since the advent of the first Blackberry there by 199 X the use of cell phones to read emails has become a daily practice for many people. Definitely read emails from anywhere has many advantages; You can respond to your boss from a queue, send reports in the waiting room or square off for the family Grill on Sunday. If you are considering to read mail from the cell phone or you’re already doing it, you recomiendoque take into account these tips: protect yourself from SPAM: unsolicited e-mails can flood the mail on the computer and still can catch legitimate emails. On the screen of the cell phone this task becomes daunting, and you should seriously consider any service that blocks emails. Another strategy used is to have separate email accounts and do not give your address of mobile email to many people. I particularly think this strategy doesn’t work for more than two minutes and undermines the very nature of the mail; at the end of the day what is a mail if you can not give it to anyone.

So which is best solve the SPAM problem with software that filter it. Currently free providers of e-mail (Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail) do a pretty good job evitandolo. Prevents the limbo of the emails: If you have to read / write emails on my cell phone and the computer, choose a site that is the primary (where all emails are stored) and secondary (where only receive new). This advice applies to anyone who does not have a Blackberry attached to the company mail. If you do not the selection of the primary and secondary, you can finish removing emails from a site and perdiendolos definitely in the limbo of the synchronization. Learn how to work offline: when you’re on the cell phone cheapest thing is read and write emails not connected and then connect you to send and receive all one time.

Best with letricas: If you will make intensive use of emails from your mobile you must choose a phone that comes with a single letter (the so-called QWERTY). If does not get it used, you I’ll thank full this Council. Trying to write a mail with keyboards that try to guess your writing is a nightmare. By smarter phone than having to press a single key to write several letters always is slower than writing with a single key. Believe me, if you can choose your phone, choose one that has a single letter per key. Original author and source of the article.

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