Of course, I should have thought of that. In that case, right-click (or control-click if you have a one-button mouse) on the email link, and you should see an option to copy the link address. In Firefox on Mac, for instance, the option is called "Copy Email Address." Other programs like Internet Explorer or Safari should have something similar.
I should have mentioned this method in the first place - it's probably easier than the other way.
Cannot get email to download from website- I'm traveling and using local wifi in a public library. Can login and go to admin page, etc, but no email download- suggestions?? Thx.
Hi, sorry you're having problems. Maybe Cruzio Support will step in to help as well. You should provide some details, though.
Can you describe the actions you take, and what you see on the computer? I'm assuming that after you log in to cruzio.com, you click the Get Email link. What happens, exactly, after clicking the link?
(When I log in to cruzio.com and click Get Email, a new window pops up and shows me my email inbox. Sometimes my inbox is empty, of course, but at least I know that I've successfully gotten into my email account.)
Another question - have you successfully used Cruzio Webmail from any other location before? It would be good to know if you're having Webmail problems in general, or just from your current location.
where website.com is the website you're linking to, and pathto/thefile is the location and name of the file on that site (whether the file is something.pdf, something.html, or whatever kind of file it is).
"This is the text" are the words that say "printable pdf" or whatever you want.
You're welcome! If the MacBook is indeed connected to the Netgear, and the Netgear's just not reaching far enough, there are definitely range extenders. I don't have any personal experience with them, so I can't give you any recommendations. I just did a google search for "netgear range extender" and turned up one on Amazon with mixed reviews: http://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-WGXB102-Powerline-Wireless-Extender/dp/B0002ZH71S
I think Google will be your best friend at this point.
No worries, I understand better now. Your next step is to get your computers on the same network. That network is created by the netgear. So you should follow the same procedure to get your other mac (a laptop, you said?) to receive the wifi signal from the netgear, just like the mini does. The instructions for connecting a mac wirelessly are in this support section and you can search for them.
Once the laptop is connected, if you would like to share files and data between the two macs, just turn on file sharing on both macs and you'll be in business.
Don't hesitate to keep asking for help until this is solved!
I'll let the experts give you a real answer, but I suspect the key will be to start using WiFi instead of Bluetooth. Bluetooth is only intended for very short distances, but a wireless WiFi router will usually cover a residence reasonably well.
Since you say you already have such a router, I'd suggest using that instead of Bluetooth. Get both of the Macs connected wirelessly to the Netgear, and then go to your System Preferences (on both Macs) and to Sharing, and turn on File Sharing.
Please forgive me if I've misunderstood the situation and am not helping.
Go to "Santa Cruz Guide" in the green menu bar above, and then click the "Add new listing" link. Choose Professional Services for the category for your listing. You'll then get to choose the service type, and you should choose Computer/Internet. Fill out the other fields as you like and click the submit button - that's it!
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