1. QuickBooks Gmail Issues Resolved

While working with various products of the ace accounting software QuickBooks desktop, you are supposed to have different options for email integration and these are three options, including: Outlook, Web Mail, and QuickBooks E-mail. In case you are a user of Google’s pet Gmail, then you are supposed to choose the Web Mail option. It has also seen that some people can’t adjust with Gmail. But there are many other ways that can be used in order to solve the problem for most Gmail users. Such users can easily visit QuickBooks support help website for help on QuickBooks support to fix issues with QuickBooks Gmail.

As far as three different options are concerned, you are not likely to see these options in QuickBooks desktop preferences. Outlook support for mails is applicable when you have installed Microsoft Outlook locally. If there are problems with Windows Registry, it will stop you from showing options. QuickBooks E-mail offers no smart feature and depends on Intuit mail servers. This service is paid and can be used if you are paying for different Intuit services. Came into existence in 2011, Web Mail in QuickBooks allows you to attach to web-based email service, Google Gmail, or Yahoo email. If QB users have issues with the use of mails, then they can also take help from 3rd party technical support providing companies, like Intelli Atlas. In case of instant help from QB professionals, dial Intuit QuickBooks® service phone number for  and get assistance for fixing issues with QuickBooks Gmail. Read more at http://www.instructables.com/id/888-846-6939-QuickBooks-Gmail-Issues-Resolved/

2. Vacating Trash in OS X El Capitan Safely

Mac OS X users with older versions know that they had a Secure Empty Trash feature that was used to remove all the contents of the Trash by default. In those conditions, it was almost tough to recover all lost or deleted files. With the launching of OS X El Capitan operating system, you will not find the same feature in the OS. Technology giant Apple deleted the Secure Empty Trash feature owing a susceptibility known as CVE-2015-5901. In the notes for security fixes, Apple states that the feature was meant for Mac OS X v10.6.8 and later as it may not safely remove files within in the Trash.

When it comes to emptying trash in OS X El Capitan in a safe manner, all you need to do is to visit Apple support official web page to know how to empty trash in Mac OS X operating system.

Ways to remove files in El Capitan

For safely removing files in El Capitan, you can prefer a command called srm, which has the capability to "safely delete files or directories." To make it happen:

  • In the Utilities folder, open Terminal (go to Finder > Applications > Utilities) and type srm –v. keep in mind that you type a space after the same step.
  • Tow a file you plan to remove into the Terminal window. Then you will find Terminal added its file path. After this, press Return to remove files safely. Use the command ‘srm –rv’ if you need to remove a folder.

If you are still unable to remove files in Mac OS X El Capitan, then you can take instant help from 3rd party companies, like Intelli Atlas. For having a better assistance, dial Apple® customer support help phone number for deleting files in OS X El Capitan. Read more at https://hackpad.com/800-961-1963-Vacating-trash-in-OS-X-El-Capitan-Safely-6TXWuWGd6Ze

3. Search for Location of the PST File and its shift to Some other Place

Majority of the people might be knowing or do know the fact that Outlook uses the PST file as the deposit bank for the email  but here comes the bigger question and the question is where exactly is the location of the PST file. By doing the search, you can make out the location of the PST file and also the ways to transfer this file to another drive in order to vacate the space in the primary drive. If interested in knowing more about PST files, visit Microsoft® Outlook customer service web page for knowing about the location of a PST file.

For Window 7 use the command:

%localappdata%\Microsoft\Outlook\

For Windows XP, use the command:

%appdata%\Microsoft\Outlook\

To unlock folder, make use of account settings.

For moving the PST file, change registry value in order to alter where exactly Outlook deposits its data files. First, move out of OUTLOOK but then come back and tap on REGEDIT located in search menu or run command for unlocking the registry editor. Make sure you browse exact key depending on Outlook version. In case of any possible issue, you can dial Microsoft® Outlook technical support customer service number for detecting file location in Outlook from certified technicians.