cloudHQ Meeting Scheduler for Gmail has he intelligence to detect whether invitee has already scheduled the meeting or if the meeting invite is accessed by the person who created the invite. This means that calendar invites will not work if the links are open in the same Google Chrome Browser in which the invite created […]
Country SMS Voice Mail Price (monthly) Canada (CA) Yes Yes $4.99 USD United Kingdom (GB) Yes Yes $4.99 USD United States (US) Yes Yes $4.99 USD Sweden (SE) Yes No $9.99 USD France (FR) Yes No $9.99 USD Spain (ES) Yes No $9.99 USD Puerto Rico (PR) Yes No $9.99 USD Estonia (EE) Yes No […]
You can use your microphone when recording screencasts using Free Screencast Recording for Gmail. Here is how to that: Open Chrome and go to cloudHQ.net (https://www.cloudhq.net) Click on “Secure” dropdown menu:mail_com_-_Gmail” width=”473″ height=”706″ class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-4688″ /> In the dropdown that appears, select “Allow” for microphone: Refresh your browser.
You can use your camera and microphone to record video emails. Sometimes, you need to give sites permission first. Here is how to that: Open Chrome and go to your Gmail (https://mail.google.com) Click on “Secure” dropdown menu: In the dropdown that appears, select “Allow” for both camera and microphone: Refresh your browser.
cloudHQ chrome extensions require that 3rd-party cookies in Google Chrome browser are enabled. Here are the instructions how to enable 3rd-party cookies in your Google Chrome browser: In Google Chrome browser, at the top right, click More and then Settings. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings. Uncheck […]
Encrypting ransomwares (also called cryptolockers) has been in the news a lot recently. For those of you who haven’t heard of it, cryptolockers are type of Trojans malware specifically targeted to computers running the Windows OS (operating system). These Trojans can encrypt a certain amount of computer files (mostly based on the file type). They […]
You can use 2-Step verification as added protection when you log into your Google account from a new browser, device, or application. When enabled, 2-step verification requires two factors for authentication before you can log in: Your Google account password A single-use verification code that is sent to your phone either by text message or […]
This option is available for one-way sync or when you are doing a backup from a source to a target cloud app. Overwrite all modification on target means that all modifications on the target service will be automatically reverted and replaced by data from the source. If this option is not enabled, when a target file […]
IMAP is short for Internet Message Access Protocol. The IMAP is an internet standard protocol used by email clients to retrieve email messages from a mail server over a TCP/IP connection. IMAP is defined by RFC 3501. As its name implies, IMAP allows you to access email messages wherever you are. Much of the time, it […]
The EML format is the standard format used by many email programs. EML files are created to comply with industry standard RFC 5322. As such, EML files can be used with most email clients, servers, and applications. The EML format is used to store email messages on a file system. Each message is stored in […]