- About D. A. Shaver
- Brute Force Attacks
- Googling Google
- Hex color abreviations
- How To Make A Website
- How To Take Pictures For Your Website
- How to get started blogging
- How to make money
- How to manage your strong passwords
- Just the facts
- Moving your computer
- My Experiences With Anti-Virus Software
- Privacy Statement
- Refresh the file and folder lists
- Stupid Windows Messages
- Tame Multiple Domains On The Web Site With htaccess 301 Redirect
- The Future Of The Internet Software
- The Necessity Of A UPS
- Web Site Usability Keeps Customers Returning
- What Is A Domain Name?
- What Is A Web Browser?
- What Is Good SEO?
- What Is RSS?
- What Is Web Mail?
- What Is Website Hosting?
- What is FTP?
- What is a Good Web Page?
- What is a database?
- What is the one thing web hosting companies fail to understand?
- Why Everyone Can And Should Have A Blog
- Why You Need A Web Site
- Writing Articles for your Website or Blog
Never Loose Another Email
I have two email accounts that I use and they receive the same emails. These means they are duplicates of each other. I have back-ups of all-important emails from clients etc. if one server is down I always have a back up even if I accidentally delete an email. I never want to be in a position where I have tell a client that I lost their email.
On my email server I just forward all emails to my
Gmail account so if one server is down I can always use the other one. I can search the archives on either server. If I send an email using Gmail it appears to come from the same account. Periodically I copy my address book to my Gmail account.
If you are one of my hosting clients I can set this up for you. Setting up emails and adding new accounts is free for all of my hosting clients.