Someone tricked me by sending false email and gained control of my email address. I tried to log on and change my password but I cannot. How can I regain control. I am not experienced with computers. I would also like to learn more about computer basics to start.
My company have an email address info@... which we currently have forwarded to a hotmail account and we work out of hotmail. We'd like to step it up a gear and be able to share the email account in Mircosoft Outlook (not Hotmail) across 2 different shops across London so both shops have access to the email address in Outlook. We would ideally like to know when an email has been replied to or deleted .etc. across both shops. We have a website, and web server with our hosting.
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I recently got a new email provider with a webmail. But I can not access the email from my home network. I have tried both my computers so I suspect that it can have something to do with my router. I have also set up the new email account in Outlook and in other networks it works fine, also the webaccess works fine in other networks. It seems that the problem is only related to my home network.i have talked to my ISP provider and they say that all is opened in there network. i have tried to clone the MAC address and that did not solve my problem. I also read the one could change the MTU size from default 1500 to 1440, that did not work either.
I have a small network, about 35 computers.There is 20 LAN PC computers (they use dns, active directory, dhcp), and there is 10 laptops. They connect on same D-Link wireless router( radius server authentication).After most of laptops is operational(connected on wireless router and on domain ), same two laptops always disconnect, and they can't regain connection . All laptops also get their ip addresses through dhcp.I tried all kind of wireless router configuration, I don't think it is dhcp or dns server problem, remote access policy is also very simple
I'm running Windows Vista on an ACER Aspire M1610 with a connectivity issue. I was running a static IP address before the connectivity issues. I tried overriding this issue by manually inputting an IP address. I found the IP address the router uses since I currently have multiple computers connected to the same router. However only one computer only have the connectivity issues. The cmd prompt reveals in ipconfig that my IP address as 169.254.14.118, started having problems when a hardware froze my PC and had to reboot it. i uninstalled it, resetted my router and modem, and still have connectivity issues. How do I regain connectivity?
Is it possible to regain the PSK from the security tab from a 5500 controller in clear text?I need to check the current used password without resetting it, but I fail to find the password in the configuration (CLI & web interface)Obviously I do have admin access to my controller.
I have a question about NAT behavior on FWSM 4.0. The problem is email server (Company A) cannot connect to email gateway (Company B) on the outside network and it randomly happen. I got this error from server guy "Detail: xlate has blocked the connection between A’s mail gateway and B’s mail gateway". It work fine again after clear xlate on firewall. [code]
1. How FWSM create xlate table like that? I mean it look like NAT0 for 126.96.36.199 but it doesn't has any nat rule for 188.8.131.52 on firewall.
2. What does it mean "connections 24" at the first of line? In the normal time, I only see the connections is 0 like the second line of xlate
3. After clear xlate global 184.108.40.206, the first line of xlate table is gone then email server can connect each other. Does is a bug on FWSM? or This is a normal NAT behavior of FWSM.
for two days it will not let me sign into my hotmail account...also two days ago got popup for adobe X?? it would not go away, so I accidently said yes, when it wanted to load onto my computer, I did get it off my computer, but, it keeps popping up and now I cannot get into my personal hotmail account.
My question relates to Facebook and the Internet in general. There are some very inappropriate pictures of me that are posted on a fake facebook user account. Whoever posted these pictures has stolen the identity of a guy that I went to school with. The Police are involved. I tried contacting Facebook multiple times, but I had no such luck. Is there any way that I can find out the ISP of this fake account, find out if these pictures were uploaded to the www. and request for them to be removed? What other actions can I take to get these pictures taken down. It has now become very serious, and these pictures are from 6 years ago when I was a little immature teenager.
I put in my email address at gmail. Once in a while it will come up, but mostly is filed with pages of ad material.Sometimes when it does come up, it does not come up with the 'from who' really large and the description hard to read as are the message content.
My gmail account does not work. when i login with my user name and passsword it cant acept and messaged that wrong password. then i click forgot password and verifyed. then i change my password and opend my account. but main problem is there that when i sign out and again login with changed password appears same error that wrong password.
I recently purchased a RV042 device but when I tried to set my DDNS account I realized that the only two providers are dyndns.org and 3322.net. We already have an account in no-ip.com and several services using the [URL] host.
I just setup an account at [URL],and I want to set it up in my router. I have a D-link DIR 655 with firmware 1.21 and when I set it up under dynamic dns it wont connect. It'll say "connecting" then disconnect right afterwards. I have my host name and log in information correct.
To start off, I work for a small business where we do not have an IT department
One of our users changed his domain to a workgroup (made us rethink who has admin access on all our PC's) thinking that it would somehow fix the problem he was having with not being able to print anything to a network printer. Well, this promptly called for a restart and upon restarting would not allow him to log back into the user account.
This all makes sense to me as to why it will not let him log-in using credentials that he is no longer a part of due to security restrictions. But my question is how do i recover the account? In other words, how do I go about rejoining that user account to the domain that everyone is located on.
If all new user accounts are defaulted to join the domain, how come its not just as easy to move a user from a workgroup back to that domain?
Also, the machine is running Windows XP. It's critical that I get the old user account set back up because it was used for Outlook e-mail as well as several important documents/spreadsheets. I know that none of these files are lost as I can still navigate to them through the Local Disk. But really I would like to get the old user account working instead of having to copy/paste all the old content to a new user account in order to hopefully retain all old settings and configurations. tl;dr A user on our domain moved his user account to a workgroup and now is unable to login or access his user account. How do I move the user account back to the domain?
My YouTube iPod account was working yesterday and today it isn't! My wifi is excellent & I putted in the right password & username! It works fine in the full version and the mobile so what's happening to my YouTube app?
A couple days ago my administrator account stopped being able to connect internet via wireless or Ethernet however my other accounts can still access it. I went to find a restore point but they have all been deleted. I'm not sure if it is a virus or something else.
My sister hotmail is blocked due to someone hacking her password and sending spam. She was able to change her password but when she logs back into hotmail it keeps telling her account is locked due to sending spam. how to get back into her account?
Have a long-time friend who is almost totally computer illiterate to whom I provide tech support. He uses MSN Explorer (MSNE) thru Verizon.net, which has been free up 'til now, but beginning March 1, 2012, Verizon is dropping it. I advised him to drop MSNE and switch to FREE Outlook Express (computer OS is XP) or Thunderbird. But as you might expect, he is averse to change. To keep MSNE, he had to subscribe to it and pay the $9.95 annual fee for the basic version, which he did today.However, he has apparently also had, but never used, a Hotmail address, and on the MSNE e-mail page, it shows in the left panel like a separate account. He wants to remove it from MSNE. I know nothing about MSNE; am used to Outlook Express and Thunderbird, both of which have simple access to accounts, including deleting them. I can find nothing in MSNE about deleting the Hotmail account.So how can he delete the link to his Hotmail account?