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How To: Draw a doodle

In this video, we learn how to draw a doodle with Marieke Blokland. Start off by writing the letter "e" in cursive, several times, making the letter larger as you go. Link the e's together, then when you get to the bottom of the paper it will be just a scribbled loop. Now, on the next page, draw more of these looped e's, dragging out the lines. On the next paper, draw spirals going from smaller to larger and going clockwise and counter-clockwise. Start to incorporate all of these shapes toget...

How To: Forge e-mail addresses

The purpose of this video is to show an e-mail security flaw using telnet that allows hackers to send e-mails using anyone's e-mail address. Thankfully, many major e-mail providers have software that blocks this. My intention is to make people aware of this flaw so that other e-mail providers can protect themselves as well.

How To: Use the basics of Mac OS X Mail

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use the basics of Mac OS X Mail. See how to set up mail with your email accounts, compose messages, add attachments, view attachments with Quick Look, and search through Mail. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac.

How To: Use multiple accounts with Microsoft Windows Live Mail

Windows Live Mail makes it easy to manage multiple email accounts. The accounts are laid out on the main screen and are easy to access, making Windows Live Mail a convenient email client. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using multiple email accounts with Windows Live Mail yourself, watch this helpful video guide from the folks at Butterscotch.

How To: Read or decode the Intelligent Mail Barcode or IMB

Ever wonder what those black bars across your business letters are for? Together, those 65 black bars are called the Intelligent Mail Barcode (or, "IMB"). First announced in 2003, the IMB came into use in 2006 for United States mail and served as a way to increase the amount of information carried on letters and mail flats, expanding the tracking capabilities for mail carriers. Your IMB is divided into four parts: Ascender (A), Full (F), Tracker (T), and the Descender (D). This video teaches ...

How To: Make a chain mail suit or shirt

For all your jousting and costume needs, finally, an instructional video guide to building a chain mail suit of armor. While periodically inaccurate for Renaissance Fairs, Medieval Times employees or reenactment actors might be curious to either learn how to make the suit or at least witness the process. Chain mail was used as a protective armor in Medieval times, and was nearly impervious to arms of the period, but new advances in weaponry caused it to become obsolete. Chain mail is essentia...

How To: Enable a Live/Hotmail account in Mac's Mail

In this video from AppleGenius0921 we learn how to enable a Live/Hotmail account on the Mail application on a Mac. Open Mail. In full name put your full name. Type in your email address and password and continue. Leave the account type on POP and name the description what you'd like. The incoming mail server is pop3.live.com. Type in your live.come username with @live.com in it! Click Continue. The outgoing mail server should be smtp.live.com. Check use only this server and check use authenti...

How To: Make chain mail

This how-to video shows the steps for making chain mail, just like the authentic armor of the Medieval period. Making chain mail is fairly simple, requiring only a couple supplies. You will need a rod, wire cutters, two pairs of pliers, a variable speed drill, and a spool of un-galvanized fencing wire. Watch this video metalwork tutorial series and learn how to make chain mail.

How To: Create and use calendars in Windows Live Mail

In this tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch, you'll learn how to create calendars using Windows Live Mail. You can have a number of calendars and you can add calendar descriptions or separate your calendars by color. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started creating and scheduling with calendars in your own Windows Live Mail account, watch this helpful guide.

How To: Link your Hotmail email account & Mac mail

The video shows you how to link your hotmail account to your Mac. The person first asks you to open the mail and write down your full name, hotmail id and the password in the boxes given there. Then click on continue, and in the next option box, leave the account type as POP and then give a description as hotmail in the space provided. Then you have to type pop3. live.com in the box given for incoming mail server. Once done, click on continue and it will ask you for description of outgoing ma...

How To: Use Mail Merge in Pages for Mac

A step-by-step guide that will walk you through Mail Merge on a Mac computer. You will gain how to prep and print envelopes, letters or any document that you need to send to different names and addresses on each item. You can pull the data from your address book or from a Numbers Spreadsheet and will see how to modify and merge the information you will need to successfully set up your documents.

How To: Read and send mail on an Apple iPad

As with any other Internet-enabled mobile device, the Apple iPad can be used to send, receive and manage email. This official video guide from Apple presents an overview of the Mail app and will teach you everything you'll need to know to use read and compose email messages on your own iPad.

How To: Use the left-hand column options in Gmail

In this tutorial, we learn how to use the left handed column options in Gmail. First, log into your Gmail account, then click on your different emails. Open an e-mail by clicking on it, then click reply to respond to it. You can also save this, and it will save to your account. If you want to delete a message, simply select it and click on the delete button. It will now be moved to your trash, where you can keep it, or you can delete that, which will remove it forever. If you want to write an...

How To: Do natural makeup with glittery lashes

Natural makeup looks good during the day, at your business meeting (so you look gorgeous rather than tacky), at the gym (if you're one of those gals who refuse to leave the house without makeup), and at the club (if you switch up your nude lipcolor for a more vibrant one, like coral or blue red).

How To: Get your own e-mail address

Want to get involved with the information superhighway? E-mail is the best technology to stay connected with friends and family. Use these tips to create your own email account in Gmail, MSN or Yahoo! mail. Keep track of addresses, improve your networking and learn the basics of instant messaging.

How To: Use email on your Blackberry

In this video, Jake Allman from Butterscotch.com shows us how to use e-mail on a Blackberry. First, configure your e-mail account onto your Blackberry. You will need your login information as well as internet information to do this. Now, return to the main screen and click on "messages". Once you are in it, you can tap on your e-mail messages to read them and you can compose new ones to anyone or any Blackberry messenger. New e-mails can also be composed from the address book if you want to d...

How To: Make an email server on your home computer

Learn how to make an e-mail server on your home computer to host your own web page and webmail service by following the steps outlined in this video tutorial. You will need a web server, an e-mail server, and a webmail interface. For the server, the most common program is WampServer, which you will need to download. Run through the installation process and grant the program access to your fire. Click on the new icon on your desktop and click Put Online and then Start All Services. This will g...

How To: Configure Outlook 2007 to work with Gmail

In this tutorial, we learn how to configure Outlook 2007 to work with Gmail. First, go to the start menu and then open up Outlook. From here, go to tools and then options. After this, go to the mail setup tab and then click e-mail accounts. Then, click on "new" and then next. Enter in your information in the blank boxes on the screen. Then, enter in your e-mail address and make sure the server is not checked on this screen. From here, you will continue to go through the wizard until it's comp...

How To: Access Hotmail and Gmail through a local email client

In this tutorial, we learn how to access Hotmail and Gmail through a local email client. First, Google search "webmail Mozilla" and go to the official website. From here, you will click on the hotmail link and any other e-mail links you want for the add-on. Next, you will right click and save this to your computer. After this, go into your e-mail and go to the settings. From here, you will click on the "forwarding" tab at the top and then click "enable pop for all mail". Save these changes an...

How To: Send documents for review by email in Acrobat 9 Pro

In this video, we learn how to send documents for review by email in Acrobat 9 Pro. First, go to the comment button and choose "attach for e-mail review". A wizard will now open with an e-mail based review. Anyone who has Adobe will be able to open this up. Use a PDF file that you want to use, then click "next" and invite your reviewers by typing in their e-mail addresses or finding them in your address book. Then, add in the subject and send the e-mail. From here, the document will send and ...

How To: Set up your AIM/AOL e-mail accounts in Outlook

In this tutorial, we learn how to set up your AIM/AOL e-mail accounts in Outlook. First, go to Outlook and open up e-mail accounts through the tools menu. Now, add a IMAP serve, then add in your user information. After this, enter in your server information, and click the settings button. Change the name of your folder if you are using multiple accounts, so you don't confuse them. In the next tab, check the outgoing server mark, then on the advanced tab, change the last number to 587. Press o...

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