Monday, October 5, 2009

How to use Google Analytics to check your website traffic

Hello Friends
Google Analytics is free service by which you are able to get differnet stats related with your website traffic.
Below is URL:

Please watch below Video and you will get detail how to use it.

If any query please let me know.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Reduce Image Dimensions in Microsoft Paint

These notes are based on Microsoft Paint 5.1 on PC. Other versions will be similar. These instructions are intended as a basic guide, and do not contain optimised images themselves, as they are designed to be used on campus by UTAS staff.

Reduce the size with the Stretch/Skew option: Chose Image > Stretch/Skew.... Reduce the Horizontal and Vertical values by the same amount, so the image is not distorted.

Save your image

To see how much you have reduced the download speed of your page by optimising images, send your page to your live site and get an analysis of your page speed from the Web Page Analyzer.

Friday, November 14, 2008

How to Schedule a Reoccurring Meeting Using Microsoft Outlook

How to Schedule a Reoccurring Meeting Using Microsoft Outlook


Microsoft Outlook has a meeting feature that allows you to schedule meetings easily. Often times you will have a meeting with someone that will occur more than once. You can schedule this all at once and it will automatically schedule future meetings. With a few simple steps, you can create reoccurring meeting invites that will help you keep track of where you should be and what time you should be there.


Difficulty: Moderately Easy



Step One

Open the Microsoft Outlook program on your computer and go to the "Calendar" bar on the lower left hand side of the screen. This will bring up your personal/professional calendar. You can view this calendar by day, work week, week or month. To schedule a reoccurring meeting, you should be looking at the "Day" view.


Step Two

Choose from the calendar on the left side of the screen which date you would like to schedule the meeting. Click on whatever date you choose. If your meeting takes place every Thursday, for example, click on the first Thursday of that month. On the right hand side of the screen your calendar for that day will appear and be arranged by time of day. It is arranged in ½ hour increments. For example, if you want to schedule a meeting for 10:00 that day, you would put your cursor next to the 10:00 time frame so that it is highlighted.


Step Three

Double click on the highlighted section. A box will pop up on your screen that says "Untitled - Appointment." There are two tabs in the appointment planner. The one that opens automatically will be the appointment tab. Here you can insert all of the important information regarding the meeting. Fill out the subject line with the reason for the meeting and the location line with where the meeting will be held.


Step Four

Click on the scheduling tab to invite attendees once all of the appointment information has been inserted. On the left hand side of the screen in the box that says "All Attendees," you can insert the email addresses of the people who are supposed to attend the meeting. If you are adding a contact from your address book, you can click at the bottom of the screen on the left hand side where it says "Add Others" and choose the "Add from Address Book" option. This will bring up your contacts and you can click on the names of the people who should be in attendance.


Step Five

Go back to the "Appointment" tab and click on "Recurrence" button on the top tool bar under the "Format" button. A box will pop up with the recurrence information. Here you can select daily, weekly, monthly or yearly meetings. You can also choose the day, length of occurrence, range of occurrence, time and duration of the meeting. Once all of this information has been added, click the "OK" button at the bottom of the box. The meeting will automatically be scheduled for the future dates and times you have chosen. When the person who has been invited receives your invite, they will see that the meeting is reoccurring.


Step Six

Go to the top left hand side of the screen once all of the information is included and click on the "Send Invite" button found under the "File" button on the tool bar. This will send the meeting invitation out to the people you indicated. They have the option to accept, modify or deny your meeting request. When they accept for a reoccurring meeting, they are accepting for all future meetings. You will receive a response back by email with the reply.

Tips & Warnings

  • Make sure you are sending out an invitation with the
    right date and time for your meeting.

  • Use the reminder button to remind yourself of your appointments.

  • Be careful if you modify a meeting when it is reoccurring.
    If you are trying to modify an individual meeting, make sure you don't
    modify all of them.

Monday, September 1, 2008

How to backup Outlook Express (OE) Email

How to backup Outlook Express (OE) Email and transfer settings to another PC:

Introduction , Backup, Restore & Problem Solution

Microsoft Outlook Express (OE) is a powerful FREE email client that (in most cases) comes already with your Windows installation In the following text we share our experiences to help you to make most out of this tool.

Disclaimer: The Tips & Tricks in the following are based
on our knowledge and experience. However, since we - just like you -
are only users of this software you should consult with Microsoft
if you need reliable advice or support. Nevertheless, if you should
spot any error and omissions in this text, we would like to hear from
you at our feedback frm so that we can improve this page.

Forgot or lost your Dial-up, Outlook or Outlook Express password? Use a password finder like iOpus Password Recovery XP to display the stored SMTP and POP login passwords instantly.

The following article describes the manual backup of OE data:

Backup your Outlook Express Data: Step by Step...

Outlook express data consists of the several parts.

  • Email messages

  • Account settings

  • Address Book (if used)

  • Mail rules (if any)

  • Passwords

1. Email Messages:

From the Outlook Express menu select Tools ---> Options ---> Maintenance and click the StoreFolder button. You see a dialog with the name of the directory that has your mail files. If you look in that directory you find files named after your mail folders and news groups. They all have a .DBX suffix. Outlook Express keeps all messages in these database files. If you make copies of these files regularly, you'll have a safe backup of your OE mail.

Restore (if necessary): To restore the backup data, just copy it back to the directory. You can selectively restore folders by just copying specific files back. Alternatively, you can use OE's File Import Messages feature to import one or more of the backup folders. Email Account Settings

As far as we know, the procedure works for all kind of email: The regular SMTP / POP3 based email, MAPI, IMAP or even the free Hotmail Account, that is built into Outlook. For Hotmail, however, some messages and settings might be stored only at the Hotmail server ( = somewhere at Microsoft !) and not on your local PC.

2. Account settings:

Data about your mail and news accounts are stored in the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Account Manager. To save this data, start RegEdit and select that key in the left-hand pane. Then from the menu select Registry Export Registry File. Save the file to a name like "outlook.reg".

Restore (if necessary) To restore the account settings, right-click the .REG file and select Merge.

Note: As an alternative, you can save the data one account at a time
through Outlook Express: click Tools Accounts Export and specify the
name of the file to save the settings. Be sure to save this information
for every account.

3. Address Book

Getting the data out of your address book for safekeeping is relatively easy. From the menu select File Export Address Book and select the comma separated text file as your output format. Then select the fields you want to export. To make sure you know where the backup is going, give a full path name. To restore the address book or to get your addresses onto a new system, the process is not quite symmetrical. Select File Import Other address book and select the text file option again. You'll be given a list of fields to import. Since you're importing a file that was created by Outlook Express, you usually don't need to make any changes here. After that, click your way on through the wizard and you'll get your address book back.

4. Mail Rules

The mail rules are stored at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Identities. If you run Regedit and export this entire subkey to a file the same way you did with account settings: from the menu select Registry Export Registry File. Save the file to a name like "rules.reg".

Restore (if necessary): Under the Identities key each subkey has a long number that looks similar to {36753740-2WEE-781D3-89B1-00A0C9900DSA}. So if you have five different identities in Outlook you will have five of these long numbers. Below the numbers are all the settings specific the the identity (signatures, mail rules,...). If you are restoring without reinstall and on the same PC these numbers do not change (as far as we know !) and you can just restore the registry entries by clicking on the reg file.

Moving OE settings to a NEW PC:

If you're moving to a new system or doing a clean install, the {...} numbers are be different and you may have to manually move the entries to the differently numbered entries that are actually being used.

How to do this? This is the method that we use in our office:

1. Export the registry branch on the old PC to a *.reg file.

2. Transfer this "reg" file to the new PC

3. On the new computer search for the (still empty) settings of your new Outlook Express installation. Once you find, you have the new {...} number!

4. Now, open the transfered*.reg file with a text editor and make a "Search and Replace":

Replace the old {....} value with the NEW {...} that you just located in the registry.

5. Save this file and then click on it. This will import your old settings in the NEW registry.

5. Passwords

Outlook Express, along with those of most other Microsoft applications
such as Internet Explorer, stores its passwords in .PWL files in your
Windows directory. There's a separate file for each username on the system.
Backup the files frequently. You can view the content of these files with
the FREE "Write All Stored Password" utility from iOpus Software.

6. Recommended Reading:

Last but not least: Microsoft official information on this topic can be found in the following knowledge base articles:

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

How-to Configure Gmail with Microsoft Outlook 2003

Below video will guide you How-to Configure Gmail with Microsoft Outlook 2003

Monday, July 7, 2008

Set Up Outlook Express

How to Set Up Outlook Express

Before you can use Outlook Express to send and receive e-mail, you need to set up an account. You can have more than one account—for business, online shopping, and so on—and each person who uses your computer may have their own, completely separate account. Outlook Express gracefully handles it all.

On This Page
Start Outlook ExpressStart Outlook Express
Set Up an Outlook Express E-Mail AccountSet Up an Outlook Express E-Mail Account
Set Up a Web-based E-Mail AccountSet Up a Web-based E-Mail Account
Close Outlook ExpressClose Outlook Express

Start Outlook Express

There are many ways to start Outlook Express, but here's a sure-fire way to find and start it.


Click the Start button.


Point to All Programs.


Click Outlook Express.

These first three steps are shown in the image below:

Opening Outlook Express from the Start menu

Opening Outlook Express from the Start menu


If asked whether you'd like to open this particular account automatically every time you start Outlook Express, click Yes (if you do) or No (if you don't).

If you don't want to be asked this question again, click to check the Always perform this check... box.


Check When Outlook Express starts, go directly to my Inbox.

Outlook Express directs all incoming mail to the Inbox, so it makes sense to bypass this opening page.

If you don't see the list of folders and contacts on the left, click Layout on the View menu. Click Contacts and Folder List to check them, and then click OK.

Outlook Express list of folders

Outlook Express list of folders

TipQuick start. You'll notice that when you use Outlook Express regularly, Windows XP will put the Outlook Express icon on the Start menu (along with other programs you've used recently). In that case, just click the Outlook Express icon in the Start menu to open the program.

Set Up an Outlook Express E-Mail Account

The Internet Connection Wizard makes short work of setting up your online mailbox by walking you through each step for every e-mail account you set up.


Before you get going, make sure you know your email address along with the following information. (You may need to contact your ISP, Internet Service Provider, to get it.)

First, information about the e-mail servers:

The type of e-mail server you use: POP3 (most e-mail accounts), HTTP (such as Hotmail), or IMAP

The name of the incoming e-mail server

For POP3 and IMAP servers, the name of the outgoing e-mail server (generally SMTP)

Second, information about your account:

Your account name and password

(For some solid advice about making a secure password, read the Create strong passwords article.)

Find out if your ISP requires you to use Secure Password Authentication (SPA) to access your e-mail account—yes or no is all that's required.


Start Outlook Express, and on the Tools menu, click Accounts.

If the Internet Connection Wizard starts up automatically, skip ahead to step 4.


Click Add, and then click Mail to open the Internet Connection Wizard.

Mail option from the Add button

Mail option from the Add button


On the Your Name page of the wizard, type your name as you want it to appear to everyone who gets e-mail from you, and then click Next.

Most people use their full name, but you can use any name—even a nickname—that people will recognize.


On the Internet Explorer Address page, type your e-mail address, and then click Next.


On the E-mail Server Names page, fill in the first block of information that you gathered from your ISP in step 1, and then click Next.

Internet Connection Wizard's E-mail Server Names

Internet Connection Wizard's E-mail Server Names

Note: If you chose HTTP as your incoming e-mail server—as for a Hotmail or MSN account—this wizard page changes slightly so you can identify your HTTP mail service provider.


On the Internet Mail Logon page, type your account name and password.

Internet Connection Wizard's Internet Mail Logon

Internet Connection Wizard's Internet Mail Logon

Note: If you're concerned about break-ins to your e-mail, click to clear the check in the Remember Password box. You'll then be prompted for the password each time you send or retrieve mail.


Click Next, and then click Finish.

You're ready to send your first e-mail!

TipUnsure if your new e-mail account is working? Send an e-mail message to a friend. If they get the message, your account is ready to roll! But if you run into problems setting up your account, Outlook Express offers help. Search for troubleshooting topics from Contents and Index on the Help menu.

Set Up a Web-based E-Mail Account

The e-mail that you get in a Hotmail account and other Web-based accounts is not stored on your hard disk, but is kept on the account-provider's computer. That's what makes it possible to access your account from any computer in the world over the Internet. Here's how you set yourself up.


Go to the Web site and follow the setup instructions—for example, for Hotmail.


Set up Outlook Express to use the account, by following the instructions above in Set up an Outlook Express e-mail account.

TipIf you share your computer with someone else, take advantage of Fast User Switching. A feature of Windows XP, it lives up to its name by enabling you to switch among users on a single computer without closing any programs you are running or logging off.

To turn Fast User Switching on, open User Accounts in Control Panel. Click Change the way users log on or off. Make sure the Use Fast User Switching box is checked.

Then, to switch users, click Start, click Log off and then click Switch User. On the Welcome screen, click the user account you want to switch to. That's it!

Close Outlook Express

In closing, Outlook Express works just as all other Windows programs do.

On the File menu, click Exit.


Create Email Signatures in Outlook Express

How to Create and Manage Email Signatures in Outlook Express Video

Email signatures are a great way to express your personality. Learn how to create and manage email signatures in Outlook Express.