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1: You cannot prevent it. If someone has admin access to the computer then there is nothing you can do to make it safe. You can make people work for it, but the person with admin rights can always win. It is just a question if they want it badly enough. Having said the last: Why on Earth would an admin read your email? Legally it is doubtful (that will ...


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If you can not prevent Network or Admin level privileges from accessing your computer than you cannot protect the data. Anyone that has admin rights can do whatever they want on the computer regardless of your efforts. The only thing that would prevent their access is to password protect a specific file, but then Outlook would not be able to open it. If you ...


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You may use EFS: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/what-is-encrypting-file-system#1TC=windows-7 . But domain admins may have access to your emails (but not other people, even if they will have direct access to your PC!). But domain admin is person whom you should trust, I believe. You also may use PGP: https://kb.iu.edu/d/azmz In this case no one ...


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Double-check your hardware acceleration settings in Chrome. Google's scripting (JS, CSS animations) is very "modern" which means it performs poorly on CPU but runs very, very fast on GPUs via modern browsers ... assuming acceleration isn't turned off, which would cause very high CPU usage. Or there might be a bug with HW acceleration making it nuke the CPU. ...


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you may have some luck looking in the firefox extensions store... Go to this website in firefox: "about:addons" Then on the right select get addons. Now in the top right you can search for what you want :) Hope I helped


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You could install a local mail client to manage the Gmail account instead of doing everything through the web-interface. For example, Thunderbird can be extended with the plugin Use BCC instead, which does exactly what you want. After installing it, you have to go to the settings and configure it the way you want (probably click on "send all mails as BCC")


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If these mistakes are realised within 30 seconds of initiating a send, use of Google labs "Undo Send" might be of help. Find instructions to enable and customise it's settings below: Click Gmail's Settings Cog (top right above your main inbox listing). Note you may need to scroll down the page if you use, for example, the Gmail labs "Multiple Inboxes") ...


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Sorry Julia, but it seems that functionality was not developed yet. The closest thing you have to stop that kind of auto-complete for new addresses is in Gmail settings: Click the cog at the right top corner and click Settings which will lead you to the Gerenal tab. Scroll down until you see Create contacts for auto-complete and choose the option I'll add ...


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I went into Gmail on the browser, then settings -> labels. Then unticked "Show in IMAP", back to inbox then closed browser. I then gave it a moment and Quit mail and opened it again. There was a huge sync, re-downloading all of Gmail messages again and the Archived folder is gone.


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I found some clues on SO here and came up with this ~/.vimeratorrc : source! /home/arthur/.vimperatorrc.local autocmd LocationChange .* js modes.passAllKeys = false autocmd LocationChange mail\\.google\\.com js modes.passAllKeys = true autocmd LocationChange www\\.google\\.com/calendar js modes.passAllKeys = true ...


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This smells like POP3 to me. When using POP, all mails and folders are downloaded from the server and onto your machine and handled locally. The result is that any action taken through one client (for example, gmails web interface) will not be duplicated to the other client (in your case, Thunderbird). What you need is IMAP - All files and folders are ...



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