Monthly Archives: February 2017

The site ahead contains malware Security error – how to fix

Clients site got the following message when users got to the site. My journey started with the host which was wrong. It was all google this time. Here are the steps to get google to review your site and take … Continue reading

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Google Chrome redirect –

Had a customer call in because he was on the LA Times website and clicked on a link that caused his browser to pop-up a Microsoft warning. The warning said he was infected and  needed to pay. He hit control-alt-delete … Continue reading

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Adding Emma to SPF Record

We got asked to help with a SPF record to be added because the client is starting to use My Emma for email marketing. The client is using Office 365 for email and a Godaddy reseller account for their domain. … Continue reading

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Explorer.exe Windows can not access the specified device, Path, of file windows 7

Had a customer with this issue. She was in a hurry and didn’t care to fix it. We could use the Start Button and to Computer to access the drives. I found a link that others have said fixed the … Continue reading

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Setting Up Yahoo Email In Outlook 2013

Had an issue setting up a users Yahoo account in Outlook. I followed the directions here, but it would authenticate. How to Add Yahoo Mail to Outlook 2016 & 2013 What I found to work for me was the following: … Continue reading

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Setting Up Email to Forward In Exchange

The newer version of Exchange is set up like Office 365. Here are the steps you will take. Log into the Exchange Management Console. Double-click on the users name to want the email account you want to forward. Click on … Continue reading

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