It's Hans or Hänschen (or Haenschen; or Hanschen) or Henne and Gensfleisch or Ginsfleisch (or Gänsfleisch?): to find a name, especially from before printing helped fix written language,—"Johannes Gutenberg" (or "Guttenberg") in this case—, one may need to employ many a search operator.
Fortunately, Outlook.com knows OR and AND and other operators more (now that the emails in it are rarely printed).
›› Concoct precise searches in Outlook.com with search operators that let you combine searches in subject, sender, folder, date and more with some boolean operators.
By the river Garavogue in Yeats country lies an abbey in ruins rebuilt. Some five minutes from it, on Sligo's Harmony Hill, wool and yarn are stacked in a shop called the Gingham Duck. Its icon: a duck decked out with a scarf knit to sport a beautiful green gingham tile pattern.
In this IncrediMail letter, too, green gingham tile and Ireland go well together:
›› Write your letters on beautiful fabric. (IncrediMail)
Malum vas non frangitur, says the Roman: the bad vase doesn't break.
That does not mean, of course, that the good vase will break. It could, though — like that good old email amphora, Outlook 2003, without fresh security updates:
›› Want to know how long Microsoft will keep your Outlook 2003 protected with security updates, and whether you can still get phone support?
A poet with a librarian's job in Alexandria; one of antiquity's most widely read authors and an important influence on Ovid; a native of Cyrene and quintessential Hellenist, Callimachus may have written as many as 800 (shorter) works.
Not much has survived of that plenitude except six hymns to gods, an epic poem (short, of course), an elegy on the origins of religious rituals, a few poems—and a handful of titles. Among these is "On Changes in the Names of Fishes". With that in mind, how about changing not the label or folder but tab for those some 800 (shorter) works in your Gmail inbox?
›› If Gmail put a message on a tab where it does not belong (say, a newsletter on your "Primary" tab), it's easy to move it to another one—and set up a rule, optionally, for future emails from the same sender.
Le Palais Coiffeur first appeared in Paris and in 1912, legibly orange-red during the night illuminated by neon gas. Two years earlier, Georges Claude had presented his neon lamp to the world, also in Paris.
Neon signs since that first one at 14, Blvd. Montmartre have guided hustling passers-by into (e.g., barber) shops and establishments; now, guide emails to folders in The Bat! with all your keyboard's speed and hustle:
›› It's a short way from one folder to another for an email in The Bat!—on the keyboard (or, of course, a mouse}.
For full focus and absorbed attention, Command-Control-F came conveniently, making Mail span Mac's screen.
When you open OS X Mail again, it starts in full screen-mode alright, but you have to open separate viewers (for searches or folders) again? To preserve these, you will, alas, have to take them all windowed before quitting Mail...
Full screen or windowed, you can give your and have OS X Mail give its full attention to one sender's messages:
›› Any messages from Andy? From Sue? Mac OS X Mail can show you mail from important senders immediately and easily.
"Either on the wall or on the compass," the solarium casts a helpful shadow, Comenius's orbis pictus tells (and shows) us.
For, to find the hour with a portable sundial — or solarium —, you first, of course, have to find north with its built-in compass. To find a message with Outlook.com, you first have to find its helpful built-in search field's metaphorical shadow:
›› Using simple and swift or advanced and precise search, Outloook.com lets you find messages as you need them.
Darius had a chest. Alexander called a book his own.
When, once, the two men met, so did the book and chest. For as Alexander the Great won his victory over Darius III, he also gained possession of the precious container. Alexander, Plutarch tells us, asked those about him what would be appropriate to store in so magnificent a vessel. After listening to all the suggestions, he revealed what should, of course, go into the chest: his copy of the Iliad (annotated by his teacher Aristotle).
So, a box is a good place for a book to go. A box, though, as a tab is not a good place for a new email to go? You can forego Gmail's tab suggestions and have messages arrive in that one precious "in" box instead:
›› Longing for a simple Gmail inbox that shows just your messages (all of them, and no tabs)? Here's how to turn off inbox tabs in Gmail.
The Egyptian king Menes is believed dead but actually now high priest in the sun temple under the name Sethos. His daughter Tharsis, whom he believes dead, is in actuality under the high sun priestess Mirza's tutelage. She is there called Sais.
Sais (Tharsis) loves Thamos, now king of Egypt and the son of Ramesses, who had ousted Menes (Sethos). Pheron, an ambitious courtier, loves Sais. He and Mirza conspire to usurp the throne and enthrall Sais (Tharsis). Sethos (Menes) intervenes.
That, at least rudimentarily, is the answer to the question for the subject of the only play for which Mozart wrote incidental music—hardly, it has to be said with sorrow, performed as of late (or ever before).
With that under our belts, let's handle Zoho Mail's question for the subject of your latest email:
›› Want to send a message with an empty "Subject:" line or avoid just that? Zoho Mail gives you a chance to do either after clicking "Send" (with no subject entered).
In the Indian Ocean, not really near Madagascar, India, Indonesia or any landmass else, some frogs grow to barely a cm (0.4 in) and no ears at all. Gardiner's Seychelles (or tree) frogs still hear, catching sound with their mouths, whence it is transferred to the inner ear.
Now, if your email program has no way to log in to Outlook.com via two-step authentication, it can still receive emails :
›› Want to enable secure two-step authentication and access Outlook.com in your email program via POP? Set up a special password for each email client you use (on a desktop, say, phone or tablet). You can always disable access with these passwords easily later.