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Mar 04, 2008 at 03:02 AM
There was a time when I was still using the Apple compatible computer and the common storage medium was the 5 1/4" floppy disks with a capacity of 360kb. That time I saw a magazine article ad selling a hard drive with a capacity of 5mb. During that time, I was itching to get one for my Apple. I used to dream, how much programs and data can one fit into that 5mb!

Times have changed. Technology has been pushing the capacities of storage such that usb drives can hold your system's operating system and your data. We can now carry our Linux systems in a 1gb usb drive.

The capacity of hard drives are growing and their prices have been dropping. At the rate this was going, free email accounts such as Gmail started by giving users 2gb of mailbox space when Yahoo gave its users 4-6mb of space. Then Yahoo changed the game and gave all its users unlimited mailboxes. Many local ISP however are still stuck in time and providing mailboxes to their clients with quotas in terms of megabytes (mb). Primarily because there is still the expense of keeping the systems running.

So where does this put Wave Technologies?

Well, Wave Technologies have taken advantage of the ever changing developments of the internet and is now providing users with 6gb of mailbox. This is done through the power of Google and Google Apps.

Using Google's offerings, we have migrated our mail server to use Gmail. User's will continue to use their email addresses @wave.com.ph The only difference is that the webmail interface will show the Gmail format.

Users who download their emails using POP3 or IMAP can continue to do so but only need to make a few adjustments in their mail reader's settings.

For assistance with these settings, please call up Wave Technologies at 785-4224 or 7434205 and we'll be happy to help you configure your mail readers.
Last Updated ( Mar 04, 2008 at 04:46 AM )

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