I’m sure you, like me, have seen the articles over the years. They come around every so often, with headlines saying “<IM TOOL> is THE email killer”, “Death of email spelled by <IM TOOL>”, and “<GENERATION WHATEVER> says no to email, yes to <IM TOOL>”. I’ve seen these headlines for the better part of two… Continue reading I love IM tools, but email isn’t going anywhere anytime soon
Hi there! You are most likely here because I sent you a link to this post in response to an email from you which probably sounded something like this:
This post originally ran in May 2008. I am reposting it now, as part of my throwback thursday project, to give some of my older quality posts some love. With smartphones, tablets, and computers at home and work, webmail is still relevant; arguably more so than ever before.
A few months ago, I was asked about the possibility to suppress what email addresses an email had been sent to. The case was as follows: we needed to send out an invitation to a list of over 50 recipients, but didn’t necessarily want them to get everyone elses email address. Simply put; there… Continue reading Suppressing email addresses
If you’ve ever written a website in HTML, you are probably familiar with the MailTo-command, used to automatically start a new email message when the link is clicked. However, you can do so much more with the command. Here are some examples:
A while back, an acquaintance of mine asked me to explain how email addresses work. Although the concepts are easy enough to understand, he’d never really “got it”, and so asked me for help. Email addresses are built up from three parts; a recipient, a server and a top level domain node (TLD). The… Continue reading Understanding email addresses
I post comments in many blogs, and for a while, I had a serious problem that whenever I posted my comment with my emailadress, I’d soon see a marked increase in spammail. This all really cleared up when I actually got my own top level domain, razumny.no, and here’s how: Once the domain was… Continue reading Reducing spam – the advantage to having a top level domain
I’ve been using email since 1998, and from the get-go I’ve been using various webmail-clients, in addition to locally installed clients such as Outlook Express (urgh), Outlook (Yum-yum), Lotus Notes (Oh-so-bloated) and Thunderbird (Weighed, measured and found wanting). My first email address was a hotmail one, and although that specific incarnation of my online presence… Continue reading Why Webmail rocks my world