All of a sudden, many of my outgoing emails go to the outbox in Outlook 2010 and sit there for a couple of minutes, sometimes much longer before it actually sends. Now I can hasten the sending if I click “Send/Receive” in the ribbon, but not by much. I checked the settings and “send immediately” is checked and the account settings has my address and POP/SMTP sent to this account by default. It’s always been this way so I don’t think this is the cause of the mail delay. I can send more information if you need it but I would appreciate any help you can come up with.
There are several factors that could be at play here. Let’s look at a couple.
So when I access the command prompt and enter ipconfig/all one of the entries listed is “DNS Server” and IP address 192.168.x.x. I understand that my wireless router is my LAN’s default gateway and acts as the DHCP server – but DNS server? My operating system is Windows 7 Home Premium.
Yes, your router could in fact be acting as a DNS server. There are various reasons that it might be doing that, most of them related to speed.
I recently put my name into the Norton search engine and came across the following:
Ad related to (the person asking the question’s name appears). (His name) “was arrested?” and then the name of a website that promises to check your records with the phrase “free public record search application.”
Not only was I shocked (to see his name in the ad) but felt that anybody repeating a search on my name would infer I had a criminal record, I have written to the company demanding that the offensive link of my name with a criminal history be removed – although I’m not sure that they would be responsible for the context of my name in their advertisement for checking on an individual’s criminal history. The sad thing is that if you put anybody’s name into this company’s search engine, until a fee is actually paid, it conveys the impression that a specific inquiry would lead to a criminal background. Your words of advice would be appreciated.
First, I’ll explain what you can do about ads like this. Then, I’ll try to explain why this misleading ad is popping up in the first place.
I forward funny and nice emails to friends but sometimes they receive 60 copies. I keep my system updated as soon as I’m notified by Microsoft that something’s available. I don’t use online programs that are free; I try my best to figure out why this happened but no luck. My friends don’t want me to send them emails anymore. This is Windows Vista, and I’m using Windows Mail and Brighthouse’s Roadrunner for my internet connection. I hope you have the answer so I can get back to email. Thanks in advance.
This kind of thing can actually happen for a variety of reasons. Let’s take a look at the most common. And then, when I’m done, I’m going to express a little opinion about what you’re doing.
I have a PC, which I’ve upgraded about as much as I can, and I’m just looking to get a new one. My current PC has two hard drives: operating system drive and a secondary storage drive of 256 gigabytes, approximately. So would it be possible to transfer the data from both hard drives on to one… say, one terabyte drive installed into the new machine?
As long as the new hard drive has enough room for everything, you can absolutely transfer data from both hard drives onto it.
I want to cover the process, how I’d go about doing it, and some of the options for actually getting the data transferred.