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Most will max out at 12 characters

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How do i get to my mail


do you want to set up an email account ?

Anyone can have an email address!

These days, email is a mandatory part of communication.

It's a cheap and easy way to send a message to anyone you know.


Decide what email provider you wish to use for your email service.

If you need a personal account for basic email activity, any of the major website email services can provide you with a package that will fit your needs.


The major free email providers are Google, Yahoo, and MSN Hotmail. For this article's purposes, we will be using Google's Gmail email service.


In your website's address bar, type www.google.com, and hit "enter."

In the top left-hand corner of the page, you will see the words "web", "images", "maps", "news", "shopping", "Gmail", and "more". Click on the word "Gmail."


You will be taken to the Google Mail access page. Since you do not have a Gmail account, you will click on the phrase "Sign up for Gmail" that is located on the lower right-hand side of the page.


Enter your first and last name in the boxes, then create your "desired login name."

This is the name that will be at the first of your email address.


For example, if your name is "Jane Doe" and you want your email address to reflect your name, you would put "JaneDoe" together in the desired log-in box.


Click on the "check availability!" button, to see if anyone else has already claimed your log-in name. If the name isn't available, Google will give you a list of available options that are similar to your requested login name.


If you do not agree with any of the recommended log-in names, then be creative by adding your birthday or another set of numbers that is memorable to you.


For example, "JaneDoe" may not be available, but "JaneDoe1966" might be up for grabs. Take your time with this step and develop a log-in name that is comfortable and important to you.


Create an email account password. Google requires your passwords to be a minimum of 8 characters in length.

You can create a password using letters, numbers, or symbols combined.


Passwords are tricky because you don't want to create one that you will forget, but you don't want to have a password that is too easy for others to guess.


Do your best to create a "strong" password that will withstand the attempts of potential hackers. A good password that could be virtually "unguessable" by others would be the combination of your grandmother's maiden name and her birth month and year.


For example, if your grandmother's maiden name is "Curtis" and her birthday is November 24th, your password could be "curtis1124." Note: if you capitalize any of your password's letters, then you must capitalize it every time you enter it.


Create a "security question."

This question might help you out later on, if you've forgotten your password and need help getting new one.


Choose a question from the selected questions and plug in your answer.

You should write down your question and answer so that you can remember it if need be.

The next step is to enter a secondary email address, but if you do not have another email you can leave this spot blank.


It is required to email your alternate address in the event you forget your password to this address.


Enter the "word verification" into the box.

The letters, numbers or symbols might appear a bit distorted, so be careful to decipher then correctly before you type them into the box.


This step is done for security and ensures that you are not a spammer.


Read through the "terms of service" to make sure you are clear on your accounts requirements.

If you agree with the terms, click the button "I accept.

Create my account" button.

Congratulations! You now have an email address!


Hope this helps



Nov 07, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Word Password Recovery! Word Password Reset! Word Password Retrieve!


In most companies’ offices, *.doc (Microsoft Word) documents are probably the most widely-spread files used by employee. To protect the information, users often set a password for *.doc files. This is a convenient way to restrict access to the file when users exchanged and store information. The problem appears when you forget or when an employee who set the password leaves the job and the password isn’t recorded anywhere. If this happens, how do you get out of the situation?

Well, as far as I know, there is a lot of software can recovery word password, and they focuses on recovering Word password with three attack modes, Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack.
Brute-force Attack for passwords with nothing know on the password, it means the program will do a full-scale search and try all possibilities randomly in order to get the password guess with the correct password and recover it.
Brute-force Attack with Mask Attack is commonly used when some password features are still remembered. For instances, the possible password length, any digits, letters, special characters like pond, dollar, or asterisk in the password. What are the first or last characters of the password, etc.
This allows users to define a password mask to minimize the guess test load and maximize the recovery speed. You can choose this attack if you still remember part of your password. For example, if you still remember your password is four characters and begins with "z", then you can define the mask as “z???” Thus reduces the detecting scale for the program, as it will only seek for the last 3 characters instead of 4 characters of the whole. To use this attack, a password mask must be defined.
Dictionary attack allowed you to create your own dictionary for the program to base on Brute-force with mask attack helps to reduce the password search time.

In order to offer you the best software, I have tried all password recovery tools I can found, and according to my experience, I recommend you Word Password Recovery 5.0 your best choice to retrieve your password.

Features:
1. All versions of MS Word are supported
2. Recovers all types of passwords
3. Recovers Word 97-2007 open passwords using advanced password recovery
4. Instantly recovers or resets all other types of passwords: open, modify, write reservation, form and document protection passwords
5. Support for simultaneous processing of several password recovery projects. Several attacks (using different attack profiles) can be conducted on one file simultaneously.
6. Program automatically saves password search state and can resume after a stop or a crash
7. Includes a Wizard for easy setup of password recovery attacks
8. Free updates during 1 year
The Password Recovery Official site: http://www.recoverlostpassword.com/

on Mar 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Tips about Your Windows Password


Have you ever faced the problem of lost Windows passwords? You are in urgent need of that very important information on you Windows –based computer. What to do if you don’t want to reinstall your system? How to recover the forgotten Windows password? Recently, my friends tell me a way to resolve this problem, that is using a third party software like some Windows password recovery tool. I have tried, it works well, I regain access to my windows with just a few minutes. You can also have a try and reserve a tool like this in case of need . www.windowsloginrecovery.com as a reference.

But there is still a question, what kind of passwords is the safest for you? Here, I give you some my personal suggestions, hope they can help.

1. 14 Characters is the optimal password length

Each character that you add to your password increases the protection. Your passwords should be 8 or more characters in length; 14 characters or longer is the Optimal Password Length.

2. Avoid using the same password for all your accounts.

If your passwords are made as the same one, when any one of them lost, your other information protected by that password will be in danger as well. It is serious to use different passwords for different systems and documents.

3. You Should Never Write Down Your Password?

Although this is good advice, sometimes it is necessary to write down passwords. Users feel more comfortable creating complex passwords if they are able to write them down somewhere in case they forget. However, it is important to educate users on how to properly write down passwords. A sticky note on the monitor is not a good idea, but storing passwords in a safe or even a locked cabinet may be sufficient.

Ok, here are my opinion, do you have something to say?

on Mar 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Help


have you tried MSN technical support?

Feb 29, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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HOW DO YOU MAKE A PASSWORD FOR ENTERING YOUR


Just pick a sord or a number or a group of numbers and letters.

If it is for your bank you should have some non standard characters as well as random letters and numbers ... for example 2Fg^6QJ%5 would be a good secure password ... but not too easy to remember, very hard to guess. PkN6^ would be easy to remember if you looked at the keyboard and memorized the key strokes.

Does that help you?

Jun 27, 2010 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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Some tips about your windows password


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But there is still a question, what kind of passwords is the safest for you? Here, I give you some my personal suggestions, hope they can help.

1. 14 Characters is the optimal password length

Each character that you add to your password increases the protection. Your passwords should be 8 or more characters in length; 14 characters or longer is the Optimal Password Length.

2. Avoid using the same password for all your accounts.

If your passwords are made as the same one, when any one of them lost, your other information protected by that password will be in danger as well. It is serious to use different passwords for different systems and documents.

3. You Should Never Write Down Your Password?

Although this is good advice, sometimes it is necessary to write down passwords. Users feel more comfortable creating complex passwords if they are able to write them down somewhere in case they forget. However, it is important to educate users on how to properly write down passwords. A sticky note on the monitor is not a good idea, but storing passwords in a safe or even a locked cabinet may be sufficient.

Ok, here are my opinion, do you have something to say?

on Mar 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Will not accept login and password.


Duh... when restarting the computer... before it got to the login and password acceptance fields, I hit F2 (setup). I was able to default password settings there!

Mar 23, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX260 PC Desktop

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I have just completed a total reinstall of My XP Pro and have downloaded My Windows Live Messenger and installed it succesfully. Hopwe4ver when I try to log on it is giving me the error message numbered...


you will have to setup you windows live on your hotmail first

Occasionally, you may have to change or reset the password for your Windows Live ID to sign in to Zune.net or to access your Zune account.

To change or reset the password for your Windows Live ID, follow these steps:
1. Visit the following Web page, and then click Forgot Your Password?: http://login.live.com (http://login.live.com) 2. Type your Windows Live ID, type the characters that appear in the Picture box, and then click Continue. 3. Click Send yourself a password reset e-mail message. 4. Click Send Message. 5. On the confirmation page, click Done. 6. Sign in to your e-mail account, and then click the link in the e-mail message to reset your password. 7. On the Confirm your e-mail address page, type your e-mail address, and then click Continue. 8. Type your new password two times, and then click Continue. 9. If you want to enter an "alternate" e-mail address, type the address two times, and then click Continue.

If you do not want to enter an "alternate" e-mail address, click Skip. 10. When you receive the "You've changed your password" message, click Done.For more information about Windows Live ID services, visit the following Windows Live ID Web site: http://get.live.com/getlive/overview

Aug 21, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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