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DIY Ink Refills For Your Printer , Why You Should Not Do It

When I was watching Labrats - A Vidcast About Technology Sean and Andy showed how to refill Ink Cartridges for your printer.
If you ever needed a reason NOT to do this or you have considered doing it , I urge you to watch this , which will give you every reason not to embark on refilling ink cartridges.



Bring That E Mail Message Back Part 2

Yesterday I wrote about recalling e mail messages in Gmail , well you can also set up a function in Outlook that will delay you sending the message so you have time to correct or change your mind when sending an e mail.

You can set up the rule by going to Tools, then Rules and Alerts , then new rule.


Start a blank rule that will "Check messages after sending."

Then click next at the bottom of the rules wizard and you will receive a warning that this rule will apply to all messages

The next screen should have an option to "defer delivery by a number of minutes."

Decide on the number of minutes you want to delay the message for , click OK, next. skip exceptions, specify a name for this rule, and click Finish.


Bring That E Mail Message Back

You know when you compile an e mail message to someone and you hit send and then you get that horrible feeling that you should not have done it.
You may see that you have replied to all when you did not want to or noticed a spelling mistake or you just changed your mind as you have sent the e mail in anger.

Well if you are using Gmail there is now a solution.
Go to the lab Icon in Gmail

Then pan down the page until you find the Gmail Undo feature

Enable this and now you will have 5 seconds to undo your  e mail message and I know 5 seconds is not long however it's amazing what you will see at the last minute.

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