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This month I talk about using email autoresponders to boost your business.

Netrospect February 2012 Newsletter

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PS Make sure to leave me a comment at the bottom of the blog post and let me know your thoughts.

PPS If you have something you want me to cover in a future newsletter please ask.


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This month I have another video tutorial for you on how to check your disc space usage. It’s the second most asked question that I get, and a simple task for you to self manage using your hosting control panel.

Netrospect January 2012 Newsletter

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PS Make sure to leave me a comment at the bottom of the blog post and let me know your thoughts.

PPS If you have something you want me to cover in a future newsletter please ask.


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Another wonderful year through 2011. With lots of referrals accounting for 80% of our new business, it’s always a joy to welcome a new client that has been referred from current members.

As most long time Netrospect members would know, there is always a special Christmas video around this time of the year.

We now have a new tradition. Christmas lights, but not just any old Christmas lights. My family has undertaken to take our Christmas light display to the next level and make the lights run to music. Since this was our first year we’ve kept it small, but next year will be much bigger.

There are 1600 LED lights across 16 channels (sets of lights) and were programmed by my 12yr old son Declan. He’s done a great job.

Best wishes for your holiday season, and take care.

Talk soon

Aaron and the rest of the Netrospect team.




In this video I explain how to go about setting up an email client on your PC using Microsoft Outlook 2010, but the same settings apply to older versions of Outlook.


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This video explains how to use the disk space usage feature to find out where your account size is being used. Usually it’s either emails or files using up your account space. But you need to be able to find out exactly so that you can take action. Either remove the files / emails, or if it’s legitimate account growth, upgrade your account.