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Port 80 Blocked (Windows XP)

Issue: the network is connected, but the websites are timing out when trying to access them with any browser. (Updated)

Solution: The problem is usually firewall related. Things to do:

Firewall

Disable windows firewall or any other third party firewalls installed. These can be AVG, Symantec, Macaffe, ZoneAlarm.

Thursday, 26 February 2009 21:51
 

Mark as read delay in Outlook

To change the mark as read options of your messages, you can do the following:
  1. From Outlook, choose Tools > Options.
  2. Select the Other tab from the dialog box.
    Wednesday, 04 February 2009 07:58
   

Take ownership of files or folders

I've ran into this issue on several occasions, where people change permissions of the folders and lock themselves out. You'll have to login as an administrator and become an owner and then give the permissions back to the user.

Friday, 30 January 2009 13:43
   

Send on Behalf configuration

In order to be able to send emails from Outlook (Exchange) on behalf of another person, you need to do the following:

On the MS Exchnage server

Open up Active Directory:

Wednesday, 07 January 2009 08:22
   

Adding language layouts to Xfce (method 2)

With Ubuntu 8.10, the previous method doesn't work. This is a way to manually set the keyboard layouts:

Create a file in /usr/bin/

Tuesday, 23 December 2008 14:53
   

Sharing outlook folders

How to give other people access to my calendar in outlook?

Setting permissions on the Calendar you want to share

1. Open Outlook as the user that needs to share their calendar.

Tuesday, 09 December 2008 14:25
   

Configure Outlook 2003 over HTTP

This is a method to access your exchange mailbox, using Outlook, outside of the LAN network of the mail server, using HTTP. The setup was done using MS Exchange on Small Business Server 2003 and MS Outlook 2003. It will most likely work on other versions as well.

In order for RPC over HTTP to work, you will need to install the Secure Access Certificate on your computer. Installing the certificate will allow the entire certificate authority chain to be trusted.

Monday, 08 December 2008 13:49
   

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