Date   

having a problem while timing out a file.

Jim Rawls
 

Hi all, I always check out my show before I send it up to the global voice. About three days ago, while doing just that, my computer just stops. I can’t figure if it’s Win Amps, or something else. But whatever it is, I can’t get my show timed out to two hours. It just stops, and not at the same time, just when it decides to stop. I checked my sleep options, and they are set to never. I am using jaws 2019, and windows ten. I use Win amps, and virtual recorder to record with. any ideas at all here? Jim


Re: bank account.

Carolyn Arnold
 

I will tell you that I've had three husbands. With the first two, we had joint accounts. But, oh happy day, with this one we have mine, ours, and his. Way to go!

Best regards,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Billy Inglis
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 10:43 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] bank account.

hi guys, I have never had a bank account of my own.
I have always used my wifes account, but now I think it is time to look after my own Financial affairs.
So I am wondering what would be the best road for me to go down?.
Would a joint bank account be a good Idea?.
As I have never needed to worry about such things before, I don't really know what kind of bank accounts are out there.
Any advice or help with this query would be so helpful indeed.
--
All The Best
Billy


Re: Writing checks

Holly
 

Hi Brian:

One thing about Versacheck is that you have to use totally blank check paper. The program will print everything necessary. You just input all necessary info when setting up the program.

This makes this program very secure, as you have no checks lying around with personal info that could be lost or stolen.

Holly


Re: bank account.

Monte Single
 

The two most common bank accounts are checking and savings. A lot of banks have these accounts where you have one account number with the checkingand savings being parts of the same account.
Do you want to do your banking in person, by phone, online?
Which bank do you want to use?
Others will have definite answers when you know what kind of banking you prefer.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Billy Inglis
Sent: March-18-19 8:43 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] bank account.

hi guys, I have never had a bank account of my own.
I have always used my wifes account, but now I think it is time to look after my own Financial affairs.
So I am wondering what would be the best road for me to go down?.
Would a joint bank account be a good Idea?.
As I have never needed to worry about such things before, I don't really know what kind of bank accounts are out there.
Any advice or help with this query would be so helpful indeed.
--
All The Best
Billy


Re: Audio Descriptions

Pamela Dominguez
 

The Good doctor is on ABC.  Pam.
 

Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2019 2:12 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Audio Descriptions
 

Yes cbs does not even have the description of NCIS and the good doctor. I think you can contact the audio description project. Also you can send a message to will shell at the fcc too! Heather s

 

"Blindness is a characteristic, not a handicap!" Dr. Kenneth Jernigan
e-mail:
kd5cbl@...
sites:
National Federation of The Blind:
www.nfb.org
An Accessible Online Library:
www.bookshare.org

 

From: Danny Park
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2019 12:22 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Audio Descriptions

 

I was wondering if anyone else has noticed this problem.  On ABC most of the shows like the Rookie have such a low volume on the description sub channel that a lot of the time you can barely if at all hear the description.  I am trying to figure out if this is a network problem or is confined to my local station.  All of the other networks work great and have good sound levels.

 

 

Thanks,

Danny

 


bank account.

Billy Inglis
 

hi guys, I have never had a bank account of my own.
I have always used my wifes account, but now I think it is time to look after my own Financial affairs.
So I am wondering what would be the best road for me to go down?.
Would a joint bank account be a good Idea?.
As I have never needed to worry about such things before, I don't really know what kind of bank accounts are out there.
Any advice or help with this query would be so helpful indeed.
--
All The Best
Billy


Re: EMF and braille devices

Gene
 

I found the story evidently being referred to.  Here is one account of the situation.
 
The article doesn't say the following:
That other work has been done to see if other causes are in the environment at the school, except for one sentence saying that water is being studied.
 
The article doesn't discuss cancer clusters.  As I understand it, there is a statistical possibility that a certain number of people may develop cancer in an area just for reasons of probability. 
 
In short, while I'm not saying it is not possible, I'm saying that nothing can be conclusively concluded from this story.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 8:38 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] EMF and braille devices

Also, radio signals as do all electromagnetic signals, grow weaker as you move away following the inverse square law.  As I recall, the signal grows weaker as the inverse square of the distance.  I was never good in math and I haven't applied the rule since high school, a long time ago.  But I really wouldn't worry about a router unless it is in your bedroom and even then, in line with my other comments, I'm not convinced worry is in order.  The signal loses strength rapidly as you move away from it.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 8:34 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] EMF and braille devices

I haven't seen anything indicating that EMF is causing cancer except in cases of very strong exposure, such as in those who wear blue tooth devices or hold cellular phones to their ears when they use them regularly.  What is your source for the school children story.  And how definitely was it stated that exposure to a near by radio tower is causing cancer?  Considering the FM radio transmitters are routinely located in the downtown areas of cities, where are the enormous numbers of cancer clusters that should have been found decades ago in workers working within perhaps a block or two of the towers?  Where are the cancer cases among amateur radio operators?  How about truck drivers, who used to, and perhaps still do, use CB transmitters a great deal? 
 
II'm not assuming that nothing exists in terms of a correlation, I'm saying that you can't jump to conclusions and that there is reason for real skepticism about such accounts as you are relying on unless you really consider various aspects and evaluate the credibility of the source.  While it may be, I am not yet at all convinced that the kind of exposure you are concerned about, living near a radio tower, will cause problems.  From what I've read, which isn't much, there does appear to be concern about kinds of exposure such as from blue tooth devices like ear buds, where the radio signal goes directly into your ear canal and from there into your moves more or less directly into your brain or cell phone use as I described above. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 12:03 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] EMF and braille devices

I do not know if anyone has looked in to EMF meters for their homes to monitor Bluetooth and  y-fi devices in their homes, the google home, the echo, the apple tv and the fire stick.  it also affects tvs, refrigs, and your local cell tower.   Here is what it stands for: EMF

Electromagnetic Field. Some may have seen a story about how it is causing brain cancer for those who use Bluetooth headsets and more recently it is causing cancer of the brain in school children who’s school is close to a cell tower in California.\

So to the point of this e-mail, first is there an accessible  EMF meter that the blind can use? And what about our lovely braille displays that use Bluetooth to connect to the pc and other devices? I want our accessible technology to be safe too. They should put that on the packaging. Also, if you want to limit your exposure, consider wired devices instead of Bluetooth. Not a problem for me as the sound is much better for listening. You can turn off your router at night and have in a separate location from the family. If that is not an option, you can move your smart speakers to the other side of the room from where you are located say about 4 to 5 ft. I know they have EMF shielding cases for your cell phones and your pc. They even have stickers you can use to protect  yourself from EMF admissions. Perhaps we could have some discussions about blindness technology and EMF on this list and find alternatives too do the same things without the exposure to EMF!

Cheers Heather  

 

"Blindness is a characteristic, not a handicap!" Dr. Kenneth Jernigan
e-mail:
kd5cbl@...
sites:
National Federation of The Blind:
www.nfb.org
An Accessible Online Library:
www.bookshare.org

 


Re: EMF and braille devices

Gene
 

Also, radio signals as do all electromagnetic signals, grow weaker as you move away following the inverse square law.  As I recall, the signal grows weaker as the inverse square of the distance.  I was never good in math and I haven't applied the rule since high school, a long time ago.  But I really wouldn't worry about a router unless it is in your bedroom and even then, in line with my other comments, I'm not convinced worry is in order.  The signal loses strength rapidly as you move away from it.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 8:34 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] EMF and braille devices

I haven't seen anything indicating that EMF is causing cancer except in cases of very strong exposure, such as in those who wear blue tooth devices or hold cellular phones to their ears when they use them regularly.  What is your source for the school children story.  And how definitely was it stated that exposure to a near by radio tower is causing cancer?  Considering the FM radio transmitters are routinely located in the downtown areas of cities, where are the enormous numbers of cancer clusters that should have been found decades ago in workers working within perhaps a block or two of the towers?  Where are the cancer cases among amateur radio operators?  How about truck drivers, who used to, and perhaps still do, use CB transmitters a great deal? 
 
II'm not assuming that nothing exists in terms of a correlation, I'm saying that you can't jump to conclusions and that there is reason for real skepticism about such accounts as you are relying on unless you really consider various aspects and evaluate the credibility of the source.  While it may be, I am not yet at all convinced that the kind of exposure you are concerned about, living near a radio tower, will cause problems.  From what I've read, which isn't much, there does appear to be concern about kinds of exposure such as from blue tooth devices like ear buds, where the radio signal goes directly into your ear canal and from there into your moves more or less directly into your brain or cell phone use as I described above. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 12:03 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] EMF and braille devices

I do not know if anyone has looked in to EMF meters for their homes to monitor Bluetooth and  y-fi devices in their homes, the google home, the echo, the apple tv and the fire stick.  it also affects tvs, refrigs, and your local cell tower.   Here is what it stands for: EMF

Electromagnetic Field. Some may have seen a story about how it is causing brain cancer for those who use Bluetooth headsets and more recently it is causing cancer of the brain in school children who’s school is close to a cell tower in California.\

So to the point of this e-mail, first is there an accessible  EMF meter that the blind can use? And what about our lovely braille displays that use Bluetooth to connect to the pc and other devices? I want our accessible technology to be safe too. They should put that on the packaging. Also, if you want to limit your exposure, consider wired devices instead of Bluetooth. Not a problem for me as the sound is much better for listening. You can turn off your router at night and have in a separate location from the family. If that is not an option, you can move your smart speakers to the other side of the room from where you are located say about 4 to 5 ft. I know they have EMF shielding cases for your cell phones and your pc. They even have stickers you can use to protect  yourself from EMF admissions. Perhaps we could have some discussions about blindness technology and EMF on this list and find alternatives too do the same things without the exposure to EMF!

Cheers Heather  

 

"Blindness is a characteristic, not a handicap!" Dr. Kenneth Jernigan
e-mail:
kd5cbl@...
sites:
National Federation of The Blind:
www.nfb.org
An Accessible Online Library:
www.bookshare.org

 


Re: EMF and braille devices

Gene
 

I haven't seen anything indicating that EMF is causing cancer except in cases of very strong exposure, such as in those who wear blue tooth devices or hold cellular phones to their ears when they use them regularly.  What is your source for the school children story.  And how definitely was it stated that exposure to a near by radio tower is causing cancer?  Considering the FM radio transmitters are routinely located in the downtown areas of cities, where are the enormous numbers of cancer clusters that should have been found decades ago in workers working within perhaps a block or two of the towers?  Where are the cancer cases among amateur radio operators?  How about truck drivers, who used to, and perhaps still do, use CB transmitters a great deal? 
 
II'm not assuming that nothing exists in terms of a correlation, I'm saying that you can't jump to conclusions and that there is reason for real skepticism about such accounts as you are relying on unless you really consider various aspects and evaluate the credibility of the source.  While it may be, I am not yet at all convinced that the kind of exposure you are concerned about, living near a radio tower, will cause problems.  From what I've read, which isn't much, there does appear to be concern about kinds of exposure such as from blue tooth devices like ear buds, where the radio signal goes directly into your ear canal and from there into your moves more or less directly into your brain or cell phone use as I described above. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 12:03 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] EMF and braille devices

I do not know if anyone has looked in to EMF meters for their homes to monitor Bluetooth and  y-fi devices in their homes, the google home, the echo, the apple tv and the fire stick.  it also affects tvs, refrigs, and your local cell tower.   Here is what it stands for: EMF

Electromagnetic Field. Some may have seen a story about how it is causing brain cancer for those who use Bluetooth headsets and more recently it is causing cancer of the brain in school children who’s school is close to a cell tower in California.\

So to the point of this e-mail, first is there an accessible  EMF meter that the blind can use? And what about our lovely braille displays that use Bluetooth to connect to the pc and other devices? I want our accessible technology to be safe too. They should put that on the packaging. Also, if you want to limit your exposure, consider wired devices instead of Bluetooth. Not a problem for me as the sound is much better for listening. You can turn off your router at night and have in a separate location from the family. If that is not an option, you can move your smart speakers to the other side of the room from where you are located say about 4 to 5 ft. I know they have EMF shielding cases for your cell phones and your pc. They even have stickers you can use to protect  yourself from EMF admissions. Perhaps we could have some discussions about blindness technology and EMF on this list and find alternatives too do the same things without the exposure to EMF!

Cheers Heather  

 

"Blindness is a characteristic, not a handicap!" Dr. Kenneth Jernigan
e-mail:
kd5cbl@...
sites:
National Federation of The Blind:
www.nfb.org
An Accessible Online Library:
www.bookshare.org

 


Re: firefox download complete notification

Howard Traxler <howard@...>
 

I got this download sound addon and I think it's installed but now I can't figure out how to set it up.  I went to addons under tools but it's really a puzzle to me.

On 3/18/2019 6:19 AM, Chris G wrote:

There still is an add-on for Firefox, it is called Download Sound.  You can have it play a sound or announce a message with Text To Speech.  It works in the latest Firefox versions.



There is an extension for Chrome as well.


On 3/17/2019 12:07 PM, Gene wrote:
I don't know if there is any way now.  I think there used to be an add-on but that may not be compatible with newer versions of Firefox.  But you can easily know how close a download is to finishing.  When you start a download, use the command control j to open the page showing downloads.  You will be in a list.  Your current download will be at the top, if you have to move in the list to be on it.
 
You can use the read current line command to hear information such as the time already passed, estimated remaining time, and the speed of the download.  When the download completes, you won't hear words like download complete when you check, you will hear open containing folder after information about the file is given. 
 
Also, if you leave the downloads window opened during the download, but you want to close the rest of the opened firefox windows, you can and the download will continue. 
 
If a download fails, you can attempt the download again by opening the downloads window with control j when you are in Firefox, then moving to the file you want to download in the list, opening the context menu, and trying the download again.  You don't have to go to the page and begin the download again from there.
The new download will again be at the top of the list.  The previous attempt will still be in the list so go to the top after you begin the download again to see information.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Keith S
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2019 7:55 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] firefox download complete notification

Hi, I asked this on the firefox support page and apparrently that group is mostly sighted users so I'm asking here.
 
Is there any way to get firefox to notify me when a download is complete?
 
The only way I currently know of is to try and close the firefox window that I initiated the download in and if  it asks me if I want to stop the downlaod to click okay.
 
Then I back out  of that input window and let the download proceed.
 
Thanks
 
Keith


Re: firefox download complete notification

Keith S
 

Thanks.  I'll try to get the add on manager to install it.  Having trouble with the add on manager.
 
Keith

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris G
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 6:19 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] firefox download complete notification

There still is an add-on for Firefox, it is called Download Sound.  You can have it play a sound or announce a message with Text To Speech.  It works in the latest Firefox versions.



There is an extension for Chrome as well.


On 3/17/2019 12:07 PM, Gene wrote:
I don't know if there is any way now.  I think there used to be an add-on but that may not be compatible with newer versions of Firefox.  But you can easily know how close a download is to finishing.  When you start a download, use the command control j to open the page showing downloads.  You will be in a list.  Your current download will be at the top, if you have to move in the list to be on it.
 
You can use the read current line command to hear information such as the time already passed, estimated remaining time, and the speed of the download.  When the download completes, you won't hear words like download complete when you check, you will hear open containing folder after information about the file is given. 
 
Also, if you leave the downloads window opened during the download, but you want to close the rest of the opened firefox windows, you can and the download will continue. 
 
If a download fails, you can attempt the download again by opening the downloads window with control j when you are in Firefox, then moving to the file you want to download in the list, opening the context menu, and trying the download again.  You don't have to go to the page and begin the download again from there.
The new download will again be at the top of the list.  The previous attempt will still be in the list so go to the top after you begin the download again to see information.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Keith S
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2019 7:55 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] firefox download complete notification

Hi, I asked this on the firefox support page and apparrently that group is mostly sighted users so I'm asking here.
 
Is there any way to get firefox to notify me when a download is complete?
 
The only way I currently know of is to try and close the firefox window that I initiated the download in and if  it asks me if I want to stop the downlaod to click okay.
 
Then I back out  of that input window and let the download proceed.
 
Thanks
 
Keith


Re: firefox download complete notification

Chris G <chris@...>
 

There still is an add-on for Firefox, it is called Download Sound.  You can have it play a sound or announce a message with Text To Speech.  It works in the latest Firefox versions.



There is an extension for Chrome as well.


On 3/17/2019 12:07 PM, Gene wrote:
I don't know if there is any way now.  I think there used to be an add-on but that may not be compatible with newer versions of Firefox.  But you can easily know how close a download is to finishing.  When you start a download, use the command control j to open the page showing downloads.  You will be in a list.  Your current download will be at the top, if you have to move in the list to be on it.
 
You can use the read current line command to hear information such as the time already passed, estimated remaining time, and the speed of the download.  When the download completes, you won't hear words like download complete when you check, you will hear open containing folder after information about the file is given. 
 
Also, if you leave the downloads window opened during the download, but you want to close the rest of the opened firefox windows, you can and the download will continue. 
 
If a download fails, you can attempt the download again by opening the downloads window with control j when you are in Firefox, then moving to the file you want to download in the list, opening the context menu, and trying the download again.  You don't have to go to the page and begin the download again from there.
The new download will again be at the top of the list.  The previous attempt will still be in the list so go to the top after you begin the download again to see information.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Keith S
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2019 7:55 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] firefox download complete notification

Hi, I asked this on the firefox support page and apparrently that group is mostly sighted users so I'm asking here.
 
Is there any way to get firefox to notify me when a download is complete?
 
The only way I currently know of is to try and close the firefox window that I initiated the download in and if  it asks me if I want to stop the downlaod to click okay.
 
Then I back out  of that input window and let the download proceed.
 
Thanks
 
Keith


EMF and braille devices

heather albright
 

I do not know if anyone has looked in to EMF meters for their homes to monitor Bluetooth and  y-fi devices in their homes, the google home, the echo, the apple tv and the fire stick.  it also affects tvs, refrigs, and your local cell tower.   Here is what it stands for: EMF

Electromagnetic Field. Some may have seen a story about how it is causing brain cancer for those who use Bluetooth headsets and more recently it is causing cancer of the brain in school children who’s school is close to a cell tower in California.\

So to the point of this e-mail, first is there an accessible  EMF meter that the blind can use? And what about our lovely braille displays that use Bluetooth to connect to the pc and other devices? I want our accessible technology to be safe too. They should put that on the packaging. Also, if you want to limit your exposure, consider wired devices instead of Bluetooth. Not a problem for me as the sound is much better for listening. You can turn off your router at night and have in a separate location from the family. If that is not an option, you can move your smart speakers to the other side of the room from where you are located say about 4 to 5 ft. I know they have EMF shielding cases for your cell phones and your pc. They even have stickers you can use to protect  yourself from EMF admissions. Perhaps we could have some discussions about blindness technology and EMF on this list and find alternatives too do the same things without the exposure to EMF!

Cheers Heather  

 

"Blindness is a characteristic, not a handicap!" Dr. Kenneth Jernigan
e-mail:
kd5cbl@...
sites:
National Federation of The Blind:
www.nfb.org
An Accessible Online Library:
www.bookshare.org

 


Re: email on win 10

Brian K. Lingard
 

List: Dear Richard & List:
Your PC will likely have Office 2019 you want the 64-bit edition.
Brian K. Lingard VE3YI, Ab2JI, B. A., C. T. M.


From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf of Steve Matzura
Sent: March 8, 2019 3:13 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] email on win 10

Thunderbird!


On 3/8/2019 12:25 PM, Richard Sherman wrote:
Hi folks,

getting a new windows 10 system hopefully in a couple weeks. The new
System will have office. Not sure of what office version though.

I am not a big fan of outlook. Played with it just a bit. However, love it
Simple. So therefore, a fan of outlook express. Especially since that
is what I have used all along. Even modified my win 7 system so that I
could use windows mail.

So was just wondering what alternatives there are for windows 10 when
It comes to email. I know about thunderbird and wlm. Still
looking for advice and opinions about them. As well as other programs.

Thanks in advance.

Shermanator


Re: writing checks?

Holly
 

Hi Brian:aye am using Versacheck X1 Gold 2015

. I have had this program for about 10 years and am used to it. I had to upgrade when I got Windows 7.

I know there are those who have had some issues with it, but, for me, it has been very accessible.

I had sighted assistance setting it up, but it is pretty easy to use once you get the hang of it.

You can program in all your regular deposits and withdrawals and it keeps a check register for you.

Now that I have most of my bills paid by auto-pay and 'bill pay' with my checking account, I don't write very many checks anymore, but still need it a few times a year.

Let me know what you decide.

Good luck,

Holly


Re: writing checks?

Brian K. Lingard
 

Dear Holly:
I also would like to know which cheque-printing program you are using. I can
buy Commercial Safety Paper at a Paper Merchant and have enough cheque
blanks for 2,000 cheques. Sounds like a good program.
About all you will not have are the MMICR encoding along the bottom of the
cheque with Bank, Brranch, Account number && amount information.
Brian K. Lingard VE3YI, Ab2JI, B. A., C. T. M.

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Onward bob
Sent: March 8, 2019 2:57 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] writing checks?

Hi Holly, where can I get that program and the blank check paper? Thanks

BOB SOUTAR.ONWARD THRU THE FOG


From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Holly
Sent: Friday, March 08, 2019 9:11 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] writing checks?

With all the online payment options available now, I only have to write one
or two checks a year.

However, if you are not into doing that, there are check guides available.

I, myself, have a check-printing program on my computer. When setting up
the program, you scan your signature into the program and it even prints
your signature on the checks that it prints. You use only blank check
paper, so very secure that way. No checks laying around with your bank
info.

Holly


Trouble with Outlook

Onwardbob
 

Hi, how do I set up Outlook so I can expand a thread and than delete it? I
used to be able to do this, but all of a sudden it isn't working.

BOB SOUTAR.ONWARD THRU THE FOG


Re: Comcast & IMAP

Mike B.
 

Hi Robin,
 
Thank you very much for your input.
Take care.  Mike.  Sennt from my iBarstool.
Book: a utensil used to pass time while waiting for the computer repairman!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2019 7:03 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Comcast & IMAP

Hi,
I didn’t create any of my labels as GMail calls them or folders to the rest of the world on the site I did it in the client while accessing with IMAP and they appeared on the site just fine. I see no reason why that wouldn’t be the same with comcast. I hope that helps.
Take good care.
Robin (who loves IMAP)
 
From: Mike B
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2019 4:07 PM
To: TechTalk
Subject: [TechTalk] Comcast & IMAP
 
Hi All,
 
Asking for an acquaintence:
    I have always used Pop 3 with my comcast account but thinking of switching to IMap. With thunderbird, is it possible to create your folders on the client or do you have to create them on the ComCast web site as with Gmail? I hate doing anything on the web site.
If using IMap, can someone tell me what the port names and numbers are for comCast?
 
Take care.  Mike.  Sennt from my iBarstool.
Book: a utensil used to pass time while waiting for the computer repairman!


Re: Comcast & IMAP

Robin Frost
 

Hi,
I didn’t create any of my labels as GMail calls them or folders to the rest of the world on the site I did it in the client while accessing with IMAP and they appeared on the site just fine. I see no reason why that wouldn’t be the same with comcast. I hope that helps.
Take good care.
Robin (who loves IMAP)
 

From: Mike B
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2019 4:07 PM
To: TechTalk
Subject: [TechTalk] Comcast & IMAP
 
Hi All,
 
Asking for an acquaintence:
    I have always used Pop 3 with my comcast account but thinking of switching to IMap. With thunderbird, is it possible to create your folders on the client or do you have to create them on the ComCast web site as with Gmail? I hate doing anything on the web site.
If using IMap, can someone tell me what the port names and numbers are for comCast?
 
Take care.  Mike.  Sennt from my iBarstool.
Book: a utensil used to pass time while waiting for the computer repairman!


STREAMING DEVICES

heather albright
 

Hello, I have a firestick now but, I am trying to like it! So is the content different with an apple tv?  I know it is a different company but, wonder if the interface maybe my issue! Does anyone have both perhaps can tell me the good and the bad. Thanks Heather

"Blindness is a characteristic, not a handicap!" Dr. Kenneth Jernigan
e-mail:
kd5cbl@...
sites:
National Federation of The Blind:
www.nfb.org
An Accessible Online Library:
www.bookshare.org

 

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