Articles  (1-3 of 3 total entries)
Page(s): 1

Some Email Guidelines Documentation
Sunday- June 12, 2011 @ 18:52:59 UTC General
Writing email can sometimes be a little daunting for those who are not really good writers but it doesn't have to be work of art. Just keep it simple and remember to try and follow the following tips:

  • Keep it Brief- You are not writing a book. Most people do not read more than two or three paragraphs in an email so say your piece and be done with it.

  • Keep Your Subject Short- Sometimes long subject lines are worse than no subject lines at all. Just use a couple of important keywords that describe the emails intent.

  • Check Your Spelling and Grammar- Always use the spell check tools included with your email program as most people are annoyed when spelling and grammar are lax. If you don't care, why should they?

  • Don't use Emoticons and Acronyms- Don't use emoticons or acronyms in your business emails they are fine in a personal email but you want to look professional with your business clients.

  • Don't use ALL CAPS- Using all capital letters in your content is defined as shouting at your recipient and no one likes to be shouted at.

  • Limit Carbon Copies (CC)- Don't send copies to everyone on your mailing list as sooner or later clients and even friends will start ignoring you. The email can grow quite large after continuous CC'ing to everyone.

  • Greet your recipients- Make sure you greet your clients with their name as this is a form of respect and professionalism.

  • Include a closing- Always include a closing with some sort of signature to let your recipient know that you are finished.

  • Retain the thread- When you are replying to emails, try to include the message(s) in the context with your reply at the top so the recipient can follow the discussion.

  • There you have it! With a few simple guidelines you can send emails to your business clients without irritating anyone and showing some courtesy.

Remove the Reply All Tab in Outlook and Outlook Ex Documentation
Friday- March 05, 2010 @ 19:21:38 UTC General
I think everyone has at one time or another clicked the reply all tab instead of the reply tab to send an email. Not really a bad thing unless you were sending some confidential information for one pair of eyes only. Here is how you can remove the reply all tab from the toolbar.
  • 1.On the Standard toolbar, click the drop-down control at the far right of the toolbar.

  • Choose Add Or Remove Buttons

  • Select Standard

  • From the list, uncheck Reply To All

  • You should also open any message and remove it from there as well. If at some point you need to use the reply all tab just replace it.
    •From the Action menu, choose Reply To All.
    •Or press [Ctrl]+[Shift]+R.

    For Outlook Express you must go to the View->Layout tab

    and then once in the Layout properties window click on the "Customize Toolbars" button

    and once inside the customize toolbars window click the "Reply All" to highlight it and then click the remove button in the center to move it to the Available Toolbars Selection box,

    click close then click apply in the Layout properties window and that is it. To put it back in just do everything in reverse.
    You can also go to "Message" inside of the message you are viewing and click "Reply All" there for that message.

    That's it enjoy!

    cPanel - Complete Web Host Control Panel Documentation
    Wednesday- October 14, 2009 @ 17:32:34 UTC Site Related
    The first impression of cPanel's control panel can be expressed as basic. Nothing fancy or flashy; a simple interface with several icons representing the control panel's functions. This is also the reason why cPanel has grown to become such a popular and frequently used control panel by web hosts. What you get is exactly what you need to manage domains, emails, ftp file upload, server storage, and stats. One of the greatest functions offered by cPanel are service scripts allowing users to easily install blogs, CMS and more, plus other functions like clocks, counters, etc.

    Video tutorials and Wizards
    To make sure that the user finds everything and is 100% pleased with the cPanel interface, the user has complete access to the control panel preferences and know-how. Video tutorials and a wizard to get started, and editable style, language and profile settings to give user full control. VIBC clients can log in and click on the downloads link under Client Tools and download the complete manual.

    Manage E-mail accounts
    Not only can a user create email accounts, but he/she can manage them and prevent SPAM with MailScanner. MailScanner is an excellent anti-spam and anti-virus software for your cPanel server. MailScanner in combination with SpamAssassin uses a server-wide bayesian filter database to increase identification of spam. Using MailScanner Configuration in your cPanel you can blacklist, whitelist or control spam settings to help eliminate false positives. Users will also have access to their email though a webmail function and several more functions to complete the user's email experience.

    Access Files with web based FTP
    Devoted to the security and importance of website files cPanel offer a backup function with a wizard to help safely copy and store files in case they are lost or destroyed. Furthermore the user has a direct connection to files with a FTP function allowing the user to manage, upload or download files directly from the web browser.

    Limited Stats
    With over 8 statistical applications such as Webalizer, Bandwidth monitoring, Latest Visitors and Analog Stats and Error Log the user can monitor all aspects of their website.

    Your website on Your terms
    cPanel user has a variety of secure settings to choose between. Offering secure file transfer and remote logins with SSH, IP Blocking, Password Protection, message encryption and decryption using private key with GnuPG Keys.

    Control, add and redirect domains
    Park, redirect, add or create subdomains with just a few easy steps. Video tutorials are available to all functions enabling user to understand the process completely before attempting to use desired functions.

    MySQL and PHPMyAdmin Databases
    User can access, add, remove and manage databases in MySQL both directly through cPanel but also by using the Remote MySQL function. phpMyAdmin is also available.

    Easy Blog and CMS installation
    One of the most valuable functions are found under Software/Services, Cgi Center offering pre-installed CGI Scripts allowing users to display anything from a counter, clock, countdown timer, to a search engine and banners. A auto installer service Softaculous, is available to help the user install blogs (WordPress, Nucleus, b2evolution), content managagement systems (Joomla, PHP-Nuke, Drupal etc.), forums, ecommerce, image galleries and much more.

    But Wait There's More
    Futhermore the user can choose to customize control panel and website further. Personal error pages can be created, image display can be managed and command and scripts can be set to activate and deactivate at specific times.

    Who is Online
    Copyright Van Isle BC Web Solutions 2007-2021, all rights reserved
    Van Isle BC Web Solutions, PO Box 1113, #84-601 Matchlee Drive, Gold River, British Columbia, V0P 1G0, Canada
    Phone: 1-250-650-7346   
    Email with questions or comments about this site

    Powered By Van Isle Web Solutions