McAfee Total Protection 2009 Released

When I purchase the Dell laptop, it came with 15 months McAfee SecurityCenter. It’s going to expire on 24th Jan 2009.

I received an email from my friend says that McAfee is doing a promotion for up to 50% discount. Hack, this is a great deal that must grab it.

Note: The software activation date is start from your purchase date.

I communicate with the McAfee sales support regarding my current version McAfee still left 1 month to be expired. So they made a special arrangement to extend my new purchase to extra month.

I upgraded to Total Protection 2009 because it’s more features and advanced.

Here’s the different:

SecurityCenter: 7 in 1 features
Total Protection 2009: 12 in 1 features.

For now, Total Protection 2009 offer 3 users license and 1 year subscription for only $40. (Normal price: $80)

Hey, if you’re existing McAfee customer, don’t login to your account to purchase because you will only get $10 discount. Luckily I knew this special link from my friend to access the 50% discount.

Click here to access the 50% discount for McAfee product (special link may expire anytime)

If you have existing version that haven’t expire, make sure you contact the sales support to let them know first before you purchase so they will extend your license.

Why use McAfee?

You can’t afford your important information to hack by the hacker on the internet. Especially you’re using your computer to access your bank account, Paypal, 2Checkout or online shopping.

Hacker can easily steal your credit card information if your computer is not protected.

There are many viruses and trojan nowadays, so you must protect your computer before they affected.

[tags] mcafee, internet security center, total protection 2009, anti virus [/tags]

Cannot Send Out Email Through Outlook Express?

Today 13th May 2008 morning, I still able to send out email through my Outlook Express. In the afternoon, I’m start getting problem to send out email. I was wondering what’s going on with the Outlook Express. After I checked with some of my friends, and they got the same problems.

It’s NOT Outlook Express fault BUT our Internet Service Provider TmNet.

If you’re using TmNet internet service and unable to send out email, please give it a try with the solution below:

1. Change your SMTP port number from “25” to “26”

TmNet SMTP Port 26

After you change it to port 26, it should be able to send out email now.

In case the above solution unable to solve your problem, or your email software like Eudora do not have ‘Port’ setting in your software settings. Please use the method below:

1. Open the email account properties, and find the “SMTP Server

2. Change the SMTP Server from “mail.domain.com” to “smtp-proxy.tm.net.my

3. Save the settings and try to send out email if it’s workable.

I was wondering WHY TmNet do not inform about this issue and I need to get help from some technical expert to help me solve this problems.

I hope this could help those people who are facing this kind of problems. Please share this post with your friends or relatives if they’re having problems to send out the email through Outlook Express. Thanks!

[tags]Outlook Express, Tmnet, Cannot send out email through outlook express, domain email, smtp server, smtp port 25, 0x800CCC19 error message,0x80042109 error message, Tmnet services [/tags]