Majority of us love to download large amounts data especially on our devices (Android, iPhones, PCs, Macs, etc). Syncing data from your computer is a good idea especially if you’re on the go. However, majority of us are not at our office if we needed to transfer large amounts of data from one device to another. It is important to know how to sync data from your files you save on your device to another without losing any data. Today, we are going to show you how to setup Firefox sync on your iPhone or iPod Touch. If you haven’t setup your Firefox Sync on your computer. Please refer back to my previous article on “How to setup Firefox Sync on your computer” before preceding on to the next step. To set up the application on your device, go to Firefox Home and download the free application on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Continue reading How to setup Firefox Sync on your iPhone or iPod Touch?
Having many folders with many messages in Microsoft Outlook, especially if they have attachments, can be slow. This issue is because Microsoft Outlook downloads all messages every time including attachments versus a normal email IMAP application where only headers are synced to present crucial information only, and messages and attachments are ONLY downloaded and cached upon viewing the message or if the mail application is explicitly told to download all messages. Continue reading Outlook Hangs when Synchronizing Subscribed Folders
This email setup for iPhones guide outlines the procedure to configure your iPhone or iPad to interface with the Centennial Arts email server. Before attempting this guide, make sure you have configured an email account with Centennial Arts and have the username and password information on hand. Continue reading Email Setup for iPhones
This guide outlines the procedure to configure Microsoft Outlook 2007 to interface with the Centennial Arts email server. Before attempting this guide, make sure you have configured an email account with Centennial Arts and have the username and password information on hand.