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Very much like cars and trucks, computing devices are a part of daily life and while they function like expected to, most people consider it for granted… But, similar to cars, laptops or computers will break down when you least expect and when you can least afford for that to occur.

 Each of our computer technicians pride themselves upon their professional sector experience, skillset not to mention power to take care of any type of personal computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to correct usual computer issues or even those exceptional hairy ones that happen once in five years and get people scratching their heads. So, if you've got a predicament, its no doubt we've come across it numerous times before, putting Mobile Geeks in the best position to provide your computer service and maintenance requirements and make the troubles vanish.

Duffy’s Forest Historical Note:

Duffy’s Forest is located 28 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district, this northern suburb falls under the local government area of Warringah Council and is considered to be part of both the Northern Beaches region and the Forest District.

Named after Patrick Duffy who in 1857 received a land grant in the area. He became a timber cutter who cleared a road through the bush to Cowan Creek where he built a stone wharf that was used for transporting timber. The road down is called Duffy’s Track and the wharf is still known as Duffy’s Wharf.

A popular tourist attraction within Duffy’s Forest is the Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary. The park itself is famous for being the setting for the popular children’s television series *Skippy the bush kangaroo* - much of the set and props are still there along with descendants of the original kangaroos used in the show.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Check clients email for scam

12/06/2018

Client called and wanted assitance with a recent email to check to see if it is genuine or not.

Setup POP3 server in exchange 2003

18/08/2011

1. Setup user account and configured

2. Reconfigured Exchange server to allow external POP3 e-mail connections

3. Rebooted server after changes

4. Reprogrammed router and security settings

5. Added port forwarding address

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