Wells Fargo cannot follow its own phishing security advice

Wells Fargo has a reasonably good security page educating customers about phishing email and texting scams. They make three good comments about how to recognize a phishing email scam, informing the user to look out for a combination of red flags: Non-Wells Fargo email address: The email address of the sender does not include the […]

Use IPdeny to create Mail flow rules (transport rules) in Exchange Online

This PowerShell script will help an Office 365 administrator or Exchange Online administrator block incoming email messages originating from specific countries using data from IPdeny. About IPdeny country block downloads IPdeny compiles raw data from regional internet registries and offers free of charge country IP address block downloads. Their country IP zone files can be […]

Mail Merge Email via PowerShell’s Send-MailMessage

Here’s a script that will help you learn how to use PowerShell to conduct a mail merge via email. While I once used Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook to perform this task; PowerShell makes the process better. My script will even create an example CSV file that contains three columns: Email, First Name, Last Name. […]

Create your own personal Mailinator Alternate Domain

Mailinator.com is a handy service. It is a publicly accessible anonymous email service. [email protected] is freely available for anyone to use at anytime without any logon credentials. I frequently use it when a website that I don’t trust requires me to provide them an email address to do something. I’ll often provide them [email protected] Then […]

Gmail IMAP on Windows PocketPC

Today Google released an IMAP interface to Gmail. Once you enable IMAP via Settings in your Gmail account, you then need to configure your client to access Gmail via the new IMAP interface. Since I’ve never been able to figure out how to get the Gmail for mobile application to run on my Windows Pocket […]