Sent out the wrong TPS reports? If you’re using Outlook 2003-2013 on an Exchange server you might be able to retrieve the email before your work team sees it.
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Have you ever received an email from someone marked as “IMPORTANT!” only to find out that it is some end-of-the-world hoax chain-email that is going around? I’ve had my fair share, and I’ve also had enough. The importance flag for emails in Outlook and elsewhere has been abused beyond forgiveness, and it’s time to make […]
Microsoft is leaving students no excuse for learning how to use their products. Free Learning clinics are available for any user type, whether advanced or just beginning. The clinics are online-based courses and lessons (CBT) which simulate being taught by a pro. For people like me, they are a great alterative to opening up […]
Earlier this week Microsoft released a cool tool called the Microsoft Active Directory Topology Diagrammer. It’s a free application which reads your Active Directory configuration using ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) and then automatically generates a detailed Visio diagram of your Active Directory environment. Visio 2003 or 2007 is required to run this tool.