How To Open All Mailto Links With GMail Automatically in Firefox

The great thing about Firefox is that it has a built-in option to set mailto links to open up in GMail. That means you don’t have to stick with Outlook or Thunderbird or any of the desktop programs. To change your mailto handler in Firefox, just go to Tools > Options > Applications tab, and then type “mailto” into the search box. Next, click on the drop-down menu and select Gmail. Now, any hyperlinked email address that you click in

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How To Extract Email Attachments With PHP

Looking for how to extract email attachments with PHP? I was too, because I needed to extract pictures from mail that came in. I’ve been looking around, and it looks like the best thing’s this: PHP Mime Mail Parser Class using PHP’s MailParse Extension. It’s an open-source project hosted on Google Code.

How To Install and Use Custom MP3 Ringtones For Android Phones

When I got my Android, I was surprised that setting a custom ringtone was harder that it should be. What I did was: Install Blackmoon AttachSave (From Android Market) Install Blackmoon File (From Android Market) Using your computer, go to a site (I recommend zedge.net) and choose your ringtone that you want Download this ringtone to your computer Ideally, you should name this ringtone to something that you can identify, because Android will use the filename as the ringtone’s name

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How To Learn Regular Expressions (RegEx) Fast

Regular expressions can be confusing and perplexing, but if you’re a programmer or someone who loves to improve work productivity on the computer, then you’ll be happy to know that once you master regular expressions, a lot of time and effort can be saved (not to mention, you’ll be able to do some very cool things!) First of all, let’s try to answer what a regular expression is. A regular expression (or regex or regexp, for short) is a way

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GMail Trick

Unlike most webmail services (e.g. Live mail or Yahoo mail), with GMail, you can actually do pretty neat stuff with your email address. For instance, did you know that you could put the + sign in your email, and still receive emails as per normal? So if your email address was yourname@gmail.com, you could actually send an email to yourname+testing@gmail.com, and still receive your mails! This is because Gmail doesn’t recognize anything after the + sign. GMail does record that

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