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  1. #16
    michaelbenson
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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    Thats a fantastic idea Thanks for sharing.


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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    So basically you can put a dot in your email when subscribing to things that way you can hide your email?



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    oh wow, i was wondering what kind of use I could get out of this (though it is an awesome tip and thanks!) and gen-x just laid it out for me haha



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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    so how did you find this out



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    I fell in love with WPF the first time I saw it in action! WPF is a thing of pure beauty! Anyway, from the second I saw how the data binding worked I knew that there was going to be a lot to figure out there! It also seems as though there is no real data binding expert -- or the experts don't blog too much about it. I created my XAML Cheat Sheet shortly after feeling like I had some kind of grasp on the concept. It is still a great reference for basic bindings, but when you are real serious about binding you'll have to do better than that.

    So I have been working on a project in my spare time called SmartForms 2.0 (more on that later) and I have had to do some very difficult things using bindings. In my previous experience with WPF I would either create a cleaver type converter and/or just give up and set the value/state of the controls in code (eww!). This time is different and I have to make data binding work.



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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    Quote Originally Posted by angel2012 View Post
    I fell in love with WPF the first time I saw it in action! WPF is a thing of pure beauty! Anyway, from the second I saw how the data binding worked I knew that there was going to be a lot to figure out there! It also seems as though there is no real data binding expert -- or the experts don't blog too much about it. I created my XAML Cheat Sheet shortly after feeling like I had some kind of grasp on the concept. It is still a great reference for basic bindings, but when you are real serious about binding you'll have to do better than that.

    So I have been working on a project in my spare time called SmartForms 2.0 (more on that later) and I have had to do some very difficult things using bindings. In my previous experience with WPF I would either create a cleaver type converter and/or just give up and set the value/state of the controls in code (eww!). This time is different and I have to make data binding work.
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  7. #22
    danielspencer2
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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    has anyone tried this tip?



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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    Thanks...going to test it out!



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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    Wow that's a really great feature. Thanks for letting us know
    http://cincinnatibell.com/consumer/wireless/phones_and_devices/?id=blackberry_8520
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    The tip you posted is Black Belt #3

    List of tips : google.com/mail/help/tips.html
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    lol that is awesome, im going to gmail.com now, thanks



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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    Wow you're right I didn't know that. But how is having that many dots in your email address useful?



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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    I had tried this G-mail and yes it worked.
    This is one more tip for G-mail account users:
    Maintain 'Notes' in Account:
    This feature is very useful for keeping links,notes, thoughts, etc.
    For this create a Contact with a Name of "Notes" and an Email Address of "[email protected]".
    Then create a new Label called "Notes".
    Finally, create a Filter to add the "Notes" Label any email addressed to "[email protected]".
    Also, check the "Skip the Inbox (Archive it)" checkbox.
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    can we put continues . like [email protected] ??



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    Re: 1 Awesome Gmail tip! Bet You Donít Know about it

    Quote Originally Posted by wardeworth View Post
    I had tried this G-mail and yes it worked.
    This is one more tip for G-mail account users:
    Maintain 'Notes' in Account:
    This feature is very useful for keeping links,notes, thoughts, etc.
    For this create a Contact with a Name of "Notes" and an Email Address of "[email protected]".
    Then create a new Label called "Notes".
    Finally, create a Filter to add the "Notes" Label any email addressed to "[email protected]".
    Also, check the "Skip the Inbox (Archive it)" checkbox.
    Nice Tip, I just set my Gmail up to maintain notes.
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