FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q.  I have a Google Apps for Domains account, how do I access my email?
A.  First, make sure you have your USER ID and PASSWORD for your account ready. You can access your Google Apps for Domains Webmail interface via http://mail.google.com/a/DOMAINNAME.com
If your domain is cartoons.com then you should be able to access it via http://mail.google.com/a/cartoons.com
Q. I printed, but my print job is not coming out. What’s the problem?
A. Printing issues can stem from several different issues. Common ones are:
Printer tray is out of paper, ink or toner
Printed to the wrong network printer
Printer is paused or stopped
A bad print job is holding up all the jobs
Printer is not on
Printer or network cable is loose or not connected
Q. Why is my computer running so slow?
A. There may be several reasons for your computer’s sluggishness. Several possibilities are:
Disk fragmentation
Bad or failing hardware
Not enough system memory (we recommend 1GB minimum for Windows XP SP3)
Virus, spyware, trojans, root kits or any other form of malware.
Too many programs are running at the same time

Q.  I have a Google Apps for Domains account, how do I access my email?

A.  First, make sure you have your USER ID and PASSWORD for your account ready. You can access your Google Apps for Domains Webmail interface via http://mail.google.com/a/DOMAINNAME.com.  If your domain is cartoons.com then you should be able to access it via http://mail.google.com/a/cartoons.com

Q. I printed, but my print job is not coming out. What’s the problem?

A. Printing issues can stem from several different issues. Common ones are:

  • Printer tray is out of paper, ink or toner
  • Printed to the wrong network printer
  • Printer is paused or stopped
  • A bad print job is holding up all the jobs
  • Printer is not on
  • Printer or network cable is loose or not connected

Q. Why is my computer running so slow?

A. There may be several reasons for your computer’s sluggishness. Several possibilities are:

  • Disk fragmentation
  • Bad or failing hardware
  • Not enough system memory (we recommend 1GB minimum for Windows XP SP3)
  • Virus, spyware, trojans, root kits or any other form of malware.
  • Too many programs are running at the same time
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