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|Intro to Runner Mail
Checking Mail boxes
RunnerMail --new and
to http://www.yahoo.com and get a Yahoo
Personal Page. If you have a Yahoo Messenger account, the same ID
works. With some "hacking" you should be able to do this on
your own. Hint: click the My
Yahoo to get started. Once you have your Yahoo page, use the Add Content then choose Yahoo! Services to add functions.
sure and include the following: (a) Message center, (b) Yahoo search,
(d) Briefcase, (e) Bookmarks, (f) Yellow pages, (g) Maps, (h) Phone
Search. Then click Change Layout button, to set up your
personal Yahoo page. Your page should look
somewhat like mine. You may be
required to show
your Yahoo page with the
elements listed included on your yahoo page to the instructor for the
next quiz. You should know how to use the My Yahoo functions on
Study understand and be able to perform the
following in RunnerMail--takes a little "hacking", there are no
instructions on this in the documentation. You have had a laptop
for 8 weeks now so you should have developed some problem solving
skills. Give it your best shot!
(a) How would you set a vacation message in RunnerMail--Hint: you will have to use the Help in RunnerMail to answer this.
(b) How would you set up an address book, people to whom you send frequent messages--you will have to use the Help in RunnerMail to answer this. Hint; click the ? in compose.
(c) How would you redirect all messages from your RunnerMail to a diffirent email account
(3) Define the
an "*" and improve on definitions
of terms you already have in your
your definitions in your
portfolio and place a copy in your homework folder. Wording should be yours (not
just copy and
another source) clear, complete and understandable to someone like your
self but not in this class.