One of Microsoft’s more popular email offerings today is Outlook.com. We frequently receive questions about how to use Outlook.com with YippieMove. The reason why we cannot simply add Outlook.com to the drop-down list is because each account uses different settings.
Fortunately, Microsoft have provided this video on how to find your IMAP settings. Once you have received these settings, all you need to do is to select “Other” in YippieMove and enter the settings.
Please note that this can be used both to migrate email data to and from Outlook.com.
Digital Signage is something that has been around for some time. You can find digital signs everywhere today. They are used for everything from displaying the menu at your local fast food restaurant to covering buildings with ads to in-store advertisement.
When we analyzed this market we noticed that most of the products fell into one of two buckets:
- Bloated and overpriced embedded solutions with decent functionality.
- Home-made solutions (that were often buggy and reliant on Adobe Flash).
What we wanted was an affordable, modern and lightweight solution, but there weren’t any around.
When the Raspberry Pi was announced, we had an ‘aha’ moment. This was what was needed to reinvent the industry. At only $35 it was accessible for everyone. Not only that, the hardware was powerful enough to support full-HD playback.
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About 15 minutes ago we rolled out a major update to YippieMove. While it does not change the look much, it fundamentally changes how we report the status behind the scenes.
This means that we are now able to present the status of your transfer(s) in almost real time. There is no more waiting for the status of your transfer to update. With this update, the status is now pushed directly to your browser almost instantly. You don’t even need to reload the page.
In order to accomplish this, we had to rewrite large parts of the statistics engine in YippieMove. However, it was all worth it, in order to give you the best possible user experience when using YippieMove.
We hope you enjoy it.
We’re happy to announce a big change to payments in YippieMove today. Ever since we launched YippieMove back in 2008, we’ve relied on Google Checkout (which now is called Google Wallet) for payments. Back then we decided that it was the best payment processor around. A lot of things have changed since then, and with the growth of YippieMove, our needs have changed and new payment processors have entered the market place.
As you’re reading this, the new payment system is live.
So what does this mean for you as a customer?
- You don’t need to leave YippieMove to make a payment.
- Payments are blazing fast and your credit balance in YippieMove will be updated instantly.
- You don’t need a Google-account anymore (which Google Checkout/Wallet did require).
- We do not store any credit card information.
For the more technical users, you might be happy to learn that the new payment processor we’ve chose is Stripe, a company that has seen a tremendous growth in the last year due to their innovative technology.
As promised, here’s the presentation deck from the speech at gSocial this year. The title and topic for the speech was “Email migration best practices” where we share our experience of doing email migrations since 2008.