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Why choose Dropbox over Onedrive and what are the differences?

We are often asked why dropbox over free onedrive?
Why should I pay for something I can get free?

One of the biggest reasons, besides what we see below, if that Dropbox’s primary product is Dropbox, and if this product fails, the whole company does.
On the other hand Microsoft, Google and others have a suite of products meaning that they are not reliant on one product, and therefore can “sometimes” not put the effort in. I am in no way saying this cant or wont change in the future

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What is SPF in anti-spam, How do I set it up to allow email through and prevent from blocking?

As spam, and more importantly, phishing and other malicious emails are becoming a more and more serious issue, companies are installing email filters such as TopSec Blockmail or Barracuda.

These mail filters scan the emails on many levels and use AI, keyword triggering, blacklist lookup and many other ways to determine if an email is safe to deliver or not.

One of the most basic checks, yet not well understood, is the SPF record (Sender Policy Framework). (more information at WIKI as well)

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How to fix email hyperlinks links not working in email Outlook (Resolved)

Have you tried to click a link in an email and it does nothing?
However you can right click and COPY and PASTE into a browser and works ok?

The problem seems to be google chrome doing something in the registry to stop it from working.

You may also get the following error messages

This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator.

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How to setup Multifactor / 2 factor authentication on office365 Outlook Email

Set up 2-step verification for Office 365

Once your admin enables your organization with 2-step verification (also called multi-factor authentication), you have to set up your account to use it.

By setting up 2-step verification, you add an extra layer of security to your Office 365 account.
When you sign in with your password, a code sent to your phone as a second verification that it is you and not someone else with your stolen password.

  • You will need to check if your admin has turn on multifactor authentication.
    If they haven’t, when you try to do these steps you won’t see the options in Office 365.
  • Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account with your password like you normally do.
    The quickest was is https://portal.office.com
    After you choose Sign in, you’ll see this page:
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