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Outlook is a great e-mail program… when it’s working how you want it to. That’s where Call That Girl comes in with our top notch Microsoft Outlook e-mail support. We get it working the way you want it to. Many of you might have a small issue that needs to be resolved or a larger project such as an email migration to a Office 365, or setting up a public calendar in Outlook. No matter what the issues are, we can help.
Questions for you and why you might be here…
- Are you tired of trying to Google this fix yourself and not getting anywhere?
- Are you searching for someone to quickly fix an Outlook problem?
- Are you frustrated with Googling and the solutions don’t work?
- Are you tired of trying to fix this yourself?
- Are you having difficulties with understanding what Office 365 to buy?
- Maybe you are looking for a new solution instead of band-aiding an old problem?
How we can support your Microsoft Outlook issues
- We only offer remote support, but it’s the most fast and deficient way to support you
- We support national and international clients
- Fast same day appointments
- Scheduled appointments
- No contracts, no monthly fees
Why hire a smaller company to support your company big or small
Small businesses live off their day to day calls in. Unlike managed service IT companies, we don’t have contracts or teams to support you. The owner and an assistant help you and since we are a small team, we make sure you are taken care of same day or book an appointment on our calendar, that fits your calendar. That is our business model, has been for 7 years and it works for us.
Most common Microsoft Outlook issues our Consultant assist with…
- Microsoft Office 365 and a lot of it!
- Tune ups
- General Outlook Repairs
- Outlook Tune Ups
- Backing up PST files
- Quick fixes
- Repairing slow searching
- Move PST files from one computer to another
- Fix missing auto-fill
- Repairing fix OST files
- iCloud calendar and contacts
- Software upgrades and transitions
- Upgrades for Outlook 2013
- Office 2013 installations
- Moving to the cloud from POP/IMAP
- iCloud and iTunes syncing problems
- Insure your backup is backing up your Outlook folders
- What’s included in an Outlook Tune-Up
- Personal Storage File (PST) organization
- Insure PST’s are not over their limits of size
- Move and organize email out of current PST so you can still search
- Move and store deleted and sent items so you can still search
- Assist with rules and add-in’s
- Fix minor glitches and repairs
- Answer questions!
- Pop3/Pop/IMAP to Microsoft Exchange or Hosted Exchange
- Google Gmail Transitions to Office 365
- Yahoo, Earthlink, AOL transitions to Company branded email (.com)
Third Party apps
Synchronize your Outlook calendar and contacts to your iPad, iPhone, Android and contacts (the Free Outlook to Google Calendar sync is no longer available btw!)
- iCloud transitional work & repairs
- Synchronize Outlook info with your smartphone via iTunes
- Google Gmail Transitions to Exchange or Outlook.com
- Upgrades to Outlook 2013
Pricing to fix your Outlook Issue
- $129 for one hour
- 4 hour ticket $450
- 8 hour ticket $799
Contact us today for a free 15 min consultation, if we can’t fix it, we don’t book the appointment
Or email Lisa @ callthatgirl.biz
As a technical blogger, sometimes us techies help each other out with stories and writing. This blog has been already been posted on my buddies website, thought a share was worth it.
Have you ever opened up your browser, and all of the sudden your home page is different or there is a tool bar at the top you don’t recognize? You probably recently installed some new program, and it had extra software “wrapped” up with it. You probably agreed to install it, without even knowing it, as annoying as that may be.
When you do a search for something you’d like to download, you likely find several links. It’s always good to look for the actual creator in the address to verify it’s the real version. Notice on this screenshot for my search of Avast (an antivirus program) download the first two are from avast.com, but the third is from download.com.
Downloading from the main source can reduce the risk of extra programs being added. But not always. More on that later on. First, let’s take a look at how you may be tricked into this software installation.
Let’s say I want to download a program called Magic Camera (just an example, I didn’t test the program itself, so this is not an endorsement to download it). I did a web search and found a site to download it from. I click on Download now, ignoring the little blue “Direct Download link” that’s so tiny I missed it.
Now I’m able to go through the installation steps. First, it will download the installer, then I click on the downloaded file to run the installer. One of the first screens I see is this:
Another accept window. I just click Accept, because, again, who reads all this? But by clicking accept, I have just agreed to install GreatArcadeHits, which will serve “advertising through in-text, pop-up/under, transitional, and banner ads in your web browser”. Yes, I just agreed to this. So now they have hijacked my browser home page and will give me pop ups and banners. [NOTE GREAT ARCADE HITS, ISANOTHER MALWARE PROGRAM, WHICH WILL INFECT YOUR COMPUTER!]yo
This just goes to show you to be careful what you download. Read ALL those windows, don’t just blindly acceppt. But also, be careful when you uninstall. When testing these installation techniques, I downloaded a program called Drive Boost (again, not a promotion for the software.) When installing I saw this window at the end of the installation.
I saw that tiny little check mark that tried to get me to install an additional program, but I was smart enough not to leave that checked! Once I decided I didn’t need the program, I went to uninstall it and saw this window:
The instinct is to immediately click on the BIG RED BOX! But stop and look at what it says. Uninstall and Get Advanced SystemCare FREE. The same program they tried to get me on when I installed. What I really want to do is click that tiny link below that says “No, I want a full uninstall.” Can you see how easy we get suckered in?
But it’s not just downloads from small companies, big business suck us in too. Have you run a Java update lately? We recommend to keep it up to date, but be careful, because every time you update, you will see this screen:
Those check marks are there automatically, so if you just hit next, you may find the Ask toolbar at the top of your browser, and your default search will be set to Ask as well. Keep in mind, every time you need to update Java, this window comes up and is checked by default, so pay attention if you do not want that option.
This type of software can be added to any installer, even well known companies. Just be careful where you download from, and read those dialog boxes and windows that come up to be certain what you are installing. It’s easy to get fooled but now you will be wiser to these tactics.
There is another way of stopping these assorted programs from entering your system. This program is called Unchecky. You can download it from here http://unchecky.com/
Basically Unchecky stops installers which try to push additional unwanted programs onto your computer.
If you have installed programs such as those above (prior to installing Unchecky), then our advice, is to run your malware removal program. These programs WILL infect your machine, causing it to become slower and slower.
We are often asked “How did those programs get installed on my computer, as I didn’t install anything”. Well this just goes to show exactly how easy it is to do. So please be careful.
How to setup your iPhone or iPad for Exchange
Instructions are in ORANGE
Setting up Exchange
Go to your Home page on your iPhone and click on the gray settings button
Click on the “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” setting
Click on “Add Account”
Click on “Exchange”
–>Fill in your email, password and description will be automatic, or name it what you like
You should see a “verifying” spinning at the top. If it does not verify, then start over. It’s very common for iPhones to need it setup one or two times for the server to connect. If asked to keep information on the iPhone or delete, you can keep it on the iPhone. If it will absolutely not connect, you can call
Once your account is added, we will set up your default calendar and contacts.
Next we will setup your calendar and contacts to be default on your iPhone
Go to the home page on your iPhone
- Click on the gray settings button again, and once again, “Mail, contacts and calendar” (as we did above)
- Now scroll down about half way until you see “contacts”
- Be sure that the default account is your exchange account
Next down is “calendar”
Set the default calendar to be the exchange you setup
Now we will be sure your calendar is viewing the right calendar.
- Go to your Home page on your iPhone
- Click on the “Calendar” button
Click on “calendars” at the bottom
Then check or uncheck the calendars you don’t want to view.