I have a VOIP landline (through Time Warner Cable). I want to get rid of my landline service but keep that phone number and have it forward to my cell phone (Verizon). What is the cheapest and easiest way for me to do that? Thank you!
I'm looking for an example of "cheating the system" in a positive way. Often times cheating the system results in people being cheated as well, when does cheating the system benefit people without hurting others?
I work at home and, since I moved from NYC to the West Coast, I've simply had Verizon remote-call-forward my number to make the move as seamless as possible. The problem is the cost, around $70.00 per month. Does anyone know of a less expensive way to remote-call-forward? Thanks in advance!
[bulk forwarding/importing from one gmail account to a personal gmail account]: not.tech.savvy.person needing help. [more inside]
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Is there any way to forward a bunch of emails in just one email in Gmail? I have to forward about 20 emails to a fact-checker and would rather send it as one file, rather than 20.
An IIS web server won't respond to port forwarded requests from the world on 443, but will reply to port forwarded requests on port 80. The IIS web server will answer on 80 and 443 on the LAN. I tried a new router, as well. [more inside]
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I have picked myself up, dusted myself off, and am ready to move forward post-divorce. Help me find books I can read to help me through that process. More details enclosed. [more inside]
My new apartment's buzzer works by dialing a phone number. My girlfriend and I both live in the apartment. We each have cell phones, no land line, and the buzzer will only accept one number. What should we do? [more inside]
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Web hosting company tells me that they don't allow me to setup email forwarders to external addresses (So I can make email@example.com get sent to firstname.lastname@example.org). Their reason? If any spam comes through the forwarder, they will get blamed and labeled as spammers. True or BS? [more inside]
Is there a cheap or free way to setup a phone number in Trinidad and Tobago and have it forward to an American number? Skype and Grand Central don't have numbers in that area code (868). A dozen other vaguely similar services don't, either. [more inside]
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If I say to you, "The 5 o'clock meeting has been pushed forward 1 hour," what do you understand the new meeting time to be?
AutomobileFilter: I was looking at a few cars in the office parking lot and I couldn't help wondering -- why are Audis and Subarus designed with the engine so far forward? I've heard that both these brands of cars generally have the engine placed in front of the front wheels. Is there a technical reason for this, or does it come down to legacy engineering?
Looking for people who have experienced forward head posture problems. [more inside]
Email forwarding problem within the domain: Trying to fix my boss's email account. He checks his email using Netscape 7.2 on a Win98 PC. (We can't convince him to upgrade). He can send mail and reply to mail fine. He can forward mail fine, except when it is to one of use within the same domain name. It appears to send successfully but never shows up. I've tried looking through the email headers but nothing sticks out and I don't relaly know what to look for. Was wondering if this situation rings a bell for anyone?