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Thursday, December 29, 2011

It's Phishing Season Apparently so Beware!

Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple News" @ 03:00 AM

http://www.digitaltrends.com/apple/...-crafted-email/

"A new phishing scam involving a "well-crafted" email that attempts to trick anyone with an Apple ID into revealing their credit card information is currently doing the rounds, according to Internet security company Intego."

Well you should know the drill by now, be careful and don't click links on these emails.


Tuesday, June 21, 2011

iCloud Email: Manage It or Lose It (Surprise!)

Posted by Michael Knutson in "Apple Talk" @ 11:30 PM

http://www.businessinsider.com/icloud-email-2011-6

"A few cracks are starting to show in Apple's iCloud.

MacRumors says that if you use all your cloud storage space, you'll actually stop getting email. This isn't to say that you'll receive the emails once you clear up space -- the emails will actually be returned to sender and you'll never know they were sent."

I don't quite get the intent of this article. No, the sky is not falling. Gee, bounced emails. It shouldn't be a big surprise that full really means full. Most email users know that disk space must be managed, whether it's Exchange email, or Gmail, or Lotus Notes, or Mac Mail, or xyz Mail. You run out of space, and it's your responsibility to clean up. Nobody likes space quotas, but, you fill it up, you either clean up, or buy more space. Why expect anything different even though the resource is in the cloud and not in a local server room?


Friday, September 3, 2010

Prioritize Your Gmail, or Do It Yourself in Apple Mail

Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 07:11 AM

http://techcrunch.com/2010/09/03/gm...ch+(TechCrunch)

"It's hard to remember a product I've become so dependent on quicker than Gmail's new Priority Inbox. I'm so addicted, that the few times I've accidentally clicked on the old "regular" Inbox view in the past week have really annoyed me. So much so that I actually moved that view into my "more" drop down (you can drag any sidebar item in there). And now I have good news: you can all share in this addiction."

So now you can prioritize your mail in Gmail (if you haven't or don't use filters to handle it), but if you use Apple Mail.app, how do you do it? Also with the use of filters, and Ben Brooks from BrooksReview.net has some tips on how he does it with this post.


Thursday, June 3, 2010

AT&T CEO Threatens Legal Action, Over an Email?

Posted by Jeff Campbell in "The Competition" @ 05:00 PM

http://www.cultofmac.com/dont-email...w+(Cult+of+Mac)

"When you write an email to Steve Jobs, he'll sometimes write you back a letter with the answers to your questions. Write a letter to AT&T CEO Randall L. Stephenson, though, and what do you get? A threat of a cease-and-desist, as Girogio Galante found out."

Maybe it was the 323,000th email he had received so he was a little on edge? It certainly couldn't have been the content, the two (yes two) emails he received from a customer, (one about shortening up the eligibility date on the customers iPhone and the second was a complaint about tethering), were tame according to reports. He should take the tact that Steve Jobs does and throw out some one liners. On a side note, related, you can play the "which response did Steve Jobs make to these emails" game over at The Mac Observer.


Monday, April 19, 2010

Are You Nuts?

Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 11:00 AM

http://www.appleinsider.com/article...e_you_nuts.html

"Apple chief executive Steve Jobs this week continued to showcase his own flavor of public relations management, asking one supporter if he was insane to suggest the company had mislead international customers with regard to iPad availability."

It could be they ran out of parts, or they wanted to delay to work on the Wi-Fi issue, or it could be planned. Who knows. But I always enjoy reading about this email responses that he sends out, and he doesn't mince words. Not the best for PR I suppose but at least you know where he stands.


Monday, April 12, 2010

Steve Jobs Communicates

Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 09:00 AM

http://www.businessinsider.com/henr...insider+(Silico

"Steve Jobs has responded to a couple more emails -- this time questions about the new iPhone developer rules, which prevent anyone from using Adobe's Flash on the iPhone (and have infuriated many developers and Adobe employees.)"

Greg at Tao Effect has been communicating with Steve Jobs over the Flash issue, you can read them all here. Seems like we see more and more stories about Jobs tossing out a reply to an email from the public.


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