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Email Forwarding

By tricubes, posted 25 January 2012

When we roll out our POP feature which enables myemail users to access their emails from anywhere (yes even from your Gmail account), some of our users are more traditional. They like to Forward their emails to their preferred email account, which is simple to do. Simply go Options, located on the t…

Category: General

SkyDrive

By support, posted 09 January 2012

 Last week we’ve been playing with the new SkyDrive app from Microsoft on iOS. So far we like what we see and the one thing that stood out was how FAST it did the sync to SkyDrive. We love Apple’s Photo Stream but the problem is, the only way to see pictures on Photo Stream is  through a…

Calling all teenagers!

By tricubes, posted 25 November 2011

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Today we are allowing teenagers; the most savviest, rebellious and scariest bunch of people in the world, ages between 12 and 17 years old to register for a myemail account. Hooraaayy!! Ever since we started accepting registration a few months ago we have been getting a lot of request from teenag…

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Malayan Women’s Participation in Politics

By Prof Khoo Kay Kim, posted 06 January 2012

Many would be surprised to learn that there were women in Malaya who had embroilded themselves in politics even at the beginning of the 20th century. The first was a Penang-born girl called Chan Pek Khuan (better known in China as Chen Pei-chun). Born in…

Category: History

M. Saravanamuttu of Penang

By Prof Khoo Kay Kim, posted 27 December 2011

At this time when Penang is celebrating the Literary Festival of 2011, it is an appropriate time to reveal to the public someone who came over to Penang from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) just after World War I and became a famous journalist. Penang itself was then…

Islam Discussed in the English Press

By Prof Khoo Kay Kim, posted 09 December 2011

Before World War II, Islam was frequently discussed in the English press. One of the English papers which had a weekly column throughout the 1930s was The Malaya Tribune, a Chinese-owned Singapore English newspaper. The issue that was discussed on June 17, 1933 s…

Category: History