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Re: [teacherartexchange] MS Outlook Question ?


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Aug 19 2008 - 17:52:52 PDT

Michal - Comcast walked me through a fix of the Outlook e-mail
problem. Seems outgoing mail was
not working at all. Now it's fine - I had to change the port outgoing
mail was using. The problem is
a comcast one I'm sure.

As for my mac - you know I love it. As I remember, I just plugged it
in and everything worked. I just went
through a set up routine it asked me to do. Now I just click on the
postage stamp icon at the bottom
of the screen and it opens up mac mail - same with all the other
programs as well. As for what do I do
with my files ? Strange question - I save them where ever I want to.
I create new folders, give them logical
names and drag and drop whatever I want into the folders. Too many of
them are kept on my
desktop. I'm not very well organized or I'm organized differently.
I'll send you a pic of my desktop via your
address. It is a mess but Do find what I need.

I believe you will love iphoto. No matter what camera or chip I
attach it recognizes the camera and it
stores my pics according to the date I took them. It is set to work
with my photoshop to edit the photos.
I have MS Office for Mac so I use word, powerpoint and excel as well.

Do contact me if I can be of help, Woody

On Aug 19, 2008, at 5:46 PM, M. Austin wrote:

> Woody - I have never had any trouble sending large files through MS
> Outlook. I don't know what settings you would change...
> On this Mac/PC note - I just purchased a new MacBook Monday
> (actually, I ordered it in June - it took them until Monday to
> actually get a computer in my hand. Nobody seems to be able to tell
> me why it took 2 months!?! Even overnight delivery took 6 days).
> Anyways, my internet wouldn't work so I called tech support and was
> told I had to reinstall everthing from the install disks that came
> with the computer. Is this normal? I am freaking out because I had
> to jump through hoops to get my district to purchase a Mac. My
> superintendant and district clerk aren't happy & I think they would
> be thrilled if I sent it back. I am NOT trying to start a PC vs Mac
> war - I am just wanting to know if having to reinstall everything
> is a typical fix & if so, what do you do with all your files?
> ~Michal
> 3-12 Kansas Art Teacher
> HS Digital Communications
> Technology Integration Specialist

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