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email [2013/07/25 16:11]
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email [2013/07/25 16:12] (current)
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 You can. Go to TOOLS >> ACCOUNT SETTINGS. Choose "​Synchronization & Storage"​. Then, Uncheck "Keep messages on this computer"​. You can. Go to TOOLS >> ACCOUNT SETTINGS. Choose "​Synchronization & Storage"​. Then, Uncheck "Keep messages on this computer"​.
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-==== **Do I include the dashes when I enter the Client ID and password?​** ​ ==== 
-Yes, the dashes should always remain in. 
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-==== **Can I reset my password? **  ==== 
-Yes, but you can't set it to anything you like. Our system will generate new passwords for you. 
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-And, if you do reset your password, you'll end up with two passwords: One for your account information and another for logging on to the network. 
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-==== <font 9pt/​arial,​helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​000000;;#​ffffff>​** I have a question regarding the 25GB of traffic per month. I am sorry but I do not know how much traffic this represents. ​ **</​font> ​ 
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-<font 9pt/​arial,​helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​000000;;#​ffffff>​25GB is equivalent to about 7,000 songs or 10 million emails. So, you are not likely to go over the limit.</​font> ​ 
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-==== <font 9pt/​arial,​helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​000000;;#​ffffff>​** What happens and how much does it cost if Road Warrior customers exceed the traffic amount of 25 GB? **</​font> ​ 
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-<font 9pt/​arial,​helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​000000;;#​ffffff>​Most of the time nothing happens because we roll over traffic between accounts. If use is much higher we offer the customer to either pay for over-traffic (1 EU/GB currently) or to shorten their contract accordingly (2 days per GB of over-traffic).</​font> ​ 
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