At the Blue Wrasse, we help our clients with setting up devices for their different business communications and systems software. If you need help getting your email set up on a different device, or improving the way your emails look on a per-device basis, software setup, or device management for your business, check in with our team for some help.
Ipad & iPhone Email
We often help our clients with hooking up different kinds of email services to their devices for business. Unfortunately, what works on one device may require a different approach on another; especially when you’re working with both PCs, Macs, and various handheld devices too. Getting things connected can become complicated, and as new updates roll through, subtle but important changes undermine previously successful methodologies. When things are getting out of hand, it’s time to talk to our team. We specialise in helping out businesses with their website design & management, devices, content, and business presentation, understanding that sometimes there is not enough time in the day to be on top of everything at once.
Imap vs POP
A common question is the difference between IMAP and POP email protocols. You can learn more about this here. Generally speaking, IMAP is the option to go for because it means that when you take action on an email (read it, delete it, reply to it, etc) the email will update across all devices accordingly. With POP, the update may only apply to the device that you take the action on.
Sunshine Coast Web Hosting
When we help our clients set up their business websites (depending on the type of website required) we also set up customised hosting packages that include a domain-based email email service. This means that businesses can have a rational communication process, with a website of “email@example.com” and an email address of “firstname.lastname@example.org”. It’s easier to understand and looks more organised than the alternative, for example “email@example.com” for an email address. We can not only set up the right email addresses, but also get them working for you across different devices too. Win win!