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Users have the option of syncing their unlocked GSM mobile phone mail application with their calendar and contact apps, and can even enable calendar alarms for scheduled events.
Malware programs such as the QHost Trojan horse are capable of stealing account names and passwords directly from an online session, and can even redirect the browser to a fake Web site -- all without the user's knowledge or participation, he said.<p>Other techniques to get usernames and passwords involve the use of phone mail, instant messaging and even pop-up screens right in the middle of a banking session.<p>Contributing to the problem is the continuing failure by many U.S.
Proposed Ethics Advisory Opinion 07-03 addresses the problem of prospective clients who may bombard attorneys with unsolicited confidential information via fax, phone mail, e-mail, or other media and then wind up hiring another lawyer.
Congressional staff members check their phone mail throughout the day in order to have timely input from constituents with contact information should he/she wish to follow up on a message.
Phone mail boxes accessed by the pair included those belonging to the Prince of Wales's aide Helen Asprey, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton - the ex-SAS officer who is private secretary to Princes William and Harry - and Charles's communications secretary Paddy Harverson.
In fact, Thornton's employee phone mail messages always include a safety reminder or reference.
"Clients comment when they call into the company and recognize my voice on the phone mail system because when I was in college, I did radio and TV."
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In a January 4th follow-up report, the Times observed: "The incidents were first reported by a Forest Service employee who left a phone mail message for his supervisor the day before his retirement in September 2000." The investigation did not begin until February 2001.
I HAVE set up a mobile phone mail order and e-commerce company called Future4Phones which specialises in pre-pay mobiles.
The Radisson Huntley (800-333-3333) features in-room computer hook-up and phone mail, while the Doubletree Guest Suites (800-222-8733) offers nine executive meeting suites, each seating eight.
The instruments of speed have become essential components of the managerial scene--fax machine, lap-top computer, word processor, cellular phone, jet plane, express mail, E-mail, phone mail, teleconference, and computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing.