We use cookies to keep our site relevant and easy to use, your continued use of this site is consent that we may set several cookies (see our Privacy & Cookie Policy), click to always allow cookies from our site (and not see this notifcation on your next visit) or read more.Allow Cookies

EU legislation requires that all websites clearly specify if cookies are being used and their purpose, You can read more about how we use cookies (and which cookies we use) in our Privacy and Cookie Policy.

You will see this notification the first time you visit our website unless you accept cookies (in which case we'll set a cookie to remember thay you're happy for us to to set cookies!).

Posts Tagged Firefox

Deepest Sender Blogging from Firefox

Often I don’t blog about something, because it’s just too much effort to navigate away from the page, open my blog up – type a post and then add some witty comment about how useful the tool is / how the website made me laugh etc. etc. That is about to change if this post works, because I’m typing this into the sidebar of firefox!!! Deepest Sender allows this for: Blogger, LiveJournal and WordPress of course!!! Deepest Sender | Firefox Add-ons | Mozilla Corporation:

by Keiron on January 3rd, 2007 | News | No Comments » |

Switching away from Microsoft Outlook?

Let me set the record straight for all those that have been querying me on the subject. I love Mozilla Firefox! I binned IE long ago and won’t even install IE7 currently! But I’m having some problems with the Mozilla alternative to Outlook, Thunderbird. Don’t get me wrong, I’m using Thunderbird daily, in all fairness I’m using it in IMAP mode only and still downloading everything to my damned huge PST file in Outlook on another machine for archive purposes. But what are the alternatives? I could go the whole hog and use Thunderbird for everything, and I do love some of it’s features – but detest others!! Maybe it’s the fact I’m running it in IMAP mode and haven’t… Continue reading »

by Keiron on December 21st, 2006 | Email Clients | No Comments » |