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Introduction to Install Symantec Client-Server

August 18th, 2009

Introduction to Install Symantec Client-Server

Dear All, I would like to share this tutorials to all of your. It is calling how to install Symantec AntiVirus Client-Server.

Purpose: the benefit of install this option help you to easy manage all of your Symantec client and auto update your every your Symantec client while you only update you anti-virus. Please have a look brief guideline below:

  1. Install Symantec System Center
  2. Install Symantec AntiVirus Server
  3. Configure the Symantec Settings

How to connect Internet from mobile phone to computer

August 6th, 2009

How to connect Bluetooth with connect

Internet from mobile phone to computer

This tutorial requested by tct at online dot com dot kh.

There are many way to do but I would like to show you only one that most popular.

I. Mapping your phone and your computer via Bluetooth

Plug-in Bluetooth device into your computer and waiting until Bluetooth device completely install in your computer.

Click Start Menu –> control panel –> double click on Bluetooth Icon –> Click Add Button –> Click Next Button –> Waiting until your Bluetooth device found you phone(my phone

How to Export and Import all email address in your Microsoft Outlook

August 5th, 2009

I. Export all mail from MS outlook

Open MS Outlook a Click on File Menu a Import and Export

10 Fast and Free Security Enhancements.

July 21st, 2009

Before you spend a dime on security, there are many precautions you can take that will protect you against the most common threats.

1. Check Windows Update and Office Update regularly (_http://office.microsoft.com/productupdates); have your Office CD ready. Windows Me, 2000, and XP users can configure automatic updates. Click on the Automatic Updates tab in the System control panel and choose the appropriate options.

2. Install a personal firewall. Both SyGate (_www.sygate.com) and ZoneAlarm (_www.zonelabs.com) offer free versions.
3. Install a free spyware blocker. Our Editors’ Choice (“Spyware,” April 22) was SpyBot Search & Destroy (_http://security.kolla.de). SpyBot is also paranoid and ruthless in hunting out tracking cookies.

4. Block pop-up spam messages in Windows NT, 2000, or XP by disabling the Windows Messenger service (this is unrelated to the instant messaging program). Open Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Services and you’ll see Messenger. Right-click and go to Properties. Set Start-up Type to Disabled and press the Stop button. Bye-bye, spam pop-ups! Any good firewall will also stop them.

5. Use strong passwords and change them periodically. Passwords should have at least seven characters; use letters and numbers and have at least one symbol. A decent example would be f8izKro@l. This will make it much harder for anyone to gain access to your accounts.

6. If you’re using Outlook or Outlook Express, use the current version or one with the Outlook Security Update installed. The update and current versions patch numerous vulnerabilities.

7. Buy antivirus software and keep it up to date. If you’re not willing to pay, try Grisoft AVG Free Edition (Grisoft Inc., w*w.grisoft.com). And doublecheck your AV with the free, online-only scanners available at w*w.pandasoftware.com/activescan and _http://housecall.trendmicro.com.

8. If you have a wireless network, turn on the security features: Use MAC filtering, turn off SSID broadcast, and even use WEP with the biggest key you can get. For more, check out our wireless section or see the expanded coverage in Your Unwired World in our next issue.

9. Join a respectable e-mail security list, such as the one found at our own Security Supersite at _http://security.ziffdavis.com, so that you learn about emerging threats quickly and can take proper precautions.

10. Be skeptical of things on the Internet. Don’t assume that e-mail “From:” a particular person is actually from that person until you have further reason to believe it’s that person. Don’t assume that an attachment is what it says it is. Don’t give out your password to anyone, even if that person claims to be from “support.”

how to configure your pop3 email with Microsoft outlook 2003

July 20th, 2009

Before configure We need to know some information of our email address such as:

  1. Your email address name. Example: seth@pis3th.info
  2. Password. Example: 123456
  3. Incoming mail server address or POP3. Example: mail.pis3th.info
  4. Outgoing mail server address or SMTP. Example: mail.pis3th.info
    Note: in this case our POP3 and SMTP Server are the same address.

Here is a tutorial how to configure your pop3 email with Microsoft Outlook 2003

Open Microsoft Outlook –>

Click on Tools Menu –> E-mail Accounts –> Choose Option Add a New Email account Click Next –> Choose Option POP3 –> Click Next Button –> Fill out Information Below:

Your Name: Nov Piseth

E-mail Address: seth@pis3th.info

Incoming mail server (POP3): mail.pis3th.info

Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.pis3th.info

User Name: seth@pis3th.info

Password: ******

Click on More Settings button –> outgoing server –> check on Myoutgoing server (SMTP) require authentication –> Click Ok Button.

Click Next Button and Click Finish Button.

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