A link exploit has been found by Yahoo Mail users that can compromise your accounts. Here’s what to watch out for.
What’s more thrilling than receiving your online shopping order? Realising that you’ve accidentally been sent something extra in the same package and haven’t been charged for it. But can you legally keep it? In Australia, the answer is “maybe” — but you have to go about it the right way. Here’s how.
If you don’t process your mail daily it tends to become clutter, either on a side table, your desk, or another area. That’s a mess and you’ll probably lose something important eventually. Consider using a small basket or box to contain your daily mail until you can process it weekly. This keeps your mail handy, you don’t have to worry about losing important mailed documents such as tax notifications or car registrations and it will help keep clutter to a minimum.
It’s fun getting email and snail mail when you receive something you actually want, but that joy is easily overshadowed by the massive amount of mail you don’t really care to read. While spam filters do a great job of killing your supply of junk mail, your physical and digital inboxes are likely filled with newsletters and advertisements you could easily do without. Here’s how you can clear out all that crap.