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A mail exchange (MX) record identifies a server that handles email messages for your domain. A domain has one or more MX records listed in priorty order.
Chrome since its launch has made a gradual and decent progress in adding new features, fixing bugs and improve performance. Once thing every chrome user is eager to see is the option of installing an extension.
So you've snagged an invitation to Google Wave —or a pal is sending one your way—and you've already taken a look at what to expect . Let's dive deeper into Wave features, etiquette, and extensions.
Last week we asked a simple question: How will you use Google Wave?
First grab the plugin wavr from Lucas Caro here or simply search for wavr in the plugin search of your blog’s administration page. Big thanks to Ian Norris for helping me extract the wave ID from the URL.
To install: Download the plugin file Unzip the file into a folder on your hard drive Upload /google-analytics-async/ folder to /wp-content/plugins/ folder on your site Login to your admin panel for WordPress or Multisite and activate the plugin: On regular WordPress installs – visit Plugins and Activate the plugin. For WordPress Multisite installs – Activate it blog-by-blog (say if you wanted to make it a Supporter premium plugin), or visit Network Admin -> Plugins and Network Activate the plugin.
This week, our Trondheim-based Google Alerts team launched support for feeds, a highly requested feature you can use to receive alerts via the feed reader of your choice.