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Computer Basics

Following the Trail of Scam Email

Malicious emails have gotten good, like really good. They can make any email look authentic, but is it? Let’s follow a trail left by a malicious email and discover tactics attackers use.

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iOS iOS & iPhone iPad iPad & iPadOS iPadOS iPhone iPhone & iOS

Lose Your Phone, But DON’T Lose your DATA

Our lives run on our iPhone. What would happen to your data if you lost your phone, or maybe one day it just didn’t turn on? One day this will happen so be prepared and know how to keep your data safe.

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iMac Mac & macOS MacBook MacBook Pro Series

iMessage Settings on macOS

iMessage, a messaging service built into the Messages app on your Mac and iPhone. They are blue messages that you send or receive from other Apple users. Different than SMS, they require an internet connection via your data plan or Wi-Fi.

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iOS iOS & iPhone iPad iPadOS iPhone iPhone & iOS Series

iMessage Settings on iOS

iMessage, a messaging service built into the Messages app on your Mac and iPhone. They are blue messages that you send or receive from other Apple users. Different than SMS, they require an internet connection via your data plan or Wi-Fi.

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All About How to iPhone & iOS Mac & macOS Series

What is iMessage and How to Manage Settings

iMessage, a messaging service built into the Messages app on your Mac and iPhone. They are blue messages that you send or receive from other Apple users. Different than SMS, they require an internet connection via your data plan or Wi-Fi.

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Adding an Email Account on iOS

You could use your mobile Safari to check your mail through your provider’s website. But which can be hard because sometimes mobile sited can be hard to use. There are many apps that you can use to manage your email accounts on your iOS device that keep you from having to use your browser. Look no further than the Mail app. Connect as many email accounts as you have and need.

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Adding an Email Account on macOS

You could use Safari to check your mail through your provider’s website. But that could a lot of hassle because you always have a tab open and it just gets in the way. There are many apps that you can use to manage your email accounts on your Mac that keep you from having to use your browser. Look no further than the Mail app. Connect as many email accounts as you have and need.