Email phishing attempts are increasing while, at the same time, their methods are getting harder to detect. Here are a few tips on how to look out for phishing emails.
Quick check that the Display Name matches the Email Address. The name displayed in email is not authenticated and can be any name the sender wishes. Make sure the email address matches what you expect by hovering over the name and click “Open Contact Card” (Outlook 365) or click “Show Details” (Gmail)
If your Clio calendar has stopped syncing to Outlook / Google / iPhone / etc., then you may need to re-establish the Google Sync connector in Clio. To check if this is an issue that is affecting your account, go to Clio > Settings > Contact and Calendar Sync > Google Sync “Configure”.
Under “Clio Calendars”, you will find your name along with the last time it has successfully sync’d to your G Suite calendar.
When you sync a matter to your local desktop from Clio using Google Drive, every change you make to that folder and its files is reflected in Clio. That includes deleting the folder!
DO NOT DELETE a folder from your My Drive if you are done working on a matter and no longer need it to sync to your computer. This will delete the folder in Clio for everyone!
Instead, when you are finished with a matter and no longer need it to sync to your My Drive, follow these steps to REMOVE the folder: Continue reading “How to Remove a Clio Matter from My Drive”
Please use the following instructions to upload your individual matters to Clio.
1. Open Google Chrome and browse to http://drive.google.com
2. Search your Matter Number. Click the drop down ‘search options’ and check “Search ****.com”. Hit Enter or click the Blue search button. Continue reading “Uploading Client Documents to Google Drive / Clio”
There are many reasons you may want to use your Google Drive to send a file to a client or colleague. It is a secure way to send very large files easily. In this post, I will outline how to set up Google Drive on your computer to sync your files to the cloud and how to share those files.
Traditional email is like sending a postcard. Every stop along the way (called “hops” on the Internet) can read everything on that postcard / email. This includes the email attachments. There are a few ways around this. You could ZIP encrypt your email attachment, but then a passphrase key must be exchanged separately. You could use PGP encryption for email, but that requires additional setup and configuration on both the sender and receiver’s end. Continue reading “Using Google Drive instead of Email Attachments”
A quick ScreenCast showing of CM 9 Alpha on the Galaxy Note [XDA Thread]
Ice Cream Sandwich runs GREAT, even with the pre-beta build that does not have ICS graphic blobs. I changed the DPI to 160 to activate the tablet interface. Too bad I can’t hang up that phone call 😉
Notice how smooth GTA3 runs (any stuttering is due to the screencast software and not the build).