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Question: I have a small office network with 2 desktops and 3 laptops connected to a D-Link DIR-655 X-treme N Gigabit Wireless router. The D-Link is co…
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I can’t reset my password on my account ID jwaymack_du because the email address that allows me to reset the password is no longer i…
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Question: I'm appearing offline to my contacts on google chat. This occurs on Chrome, Trillian, Pidgin, and the Android Hangout app.
According to …
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Question: I have an image which is going to be used by a group in facebook. We would like that image to also have a hyperlink to a change.org petition so others…
Article by mark brown
The biggest nightmare for any Exchange Server Administrator is to keep the server running without any issue. But the problems often come and they need to be resolved efficiently and timely. Here are important troubleshooting points:
Define the Problem & its Scope
In order to begin troubleshooting in Exchange Server, you need to understand what the problem really is. This will require gathering information by asking questions from end users. After collecting information, the next thing is to find out the scope (how many clients have been affected, what are the common characteri…
Article by Mike Wilson
Touch screen experience for personal computers, improved security, and performance have made Windows 8 a great hit amongst users. If you are an Outlook user and thinking of or have upgraded to Win 8 or 8.1, then here are some guidelines that may prove helpful to have a trouble-free startup experience.
Windows 8 support three versions of Outlook®: 2007, 2010, and 2013 including the respective versions of Business Card Manager. There is no support to Outlook 2003 due to end of Support Life Cycle for it.
#1: Upgrading to Windows 8 from Windows XP or …
Article by Alexa Jackson
Microsoft goes to great lengths to ensure that the users don’t encounter issues while working with MS Outlook. But errors are inevitable and can occur when you least expect them. One of such errors which are encountered in Outlook is Error 0x800ccc10 Invalid Address. The reason displayed for the error is that the address is not identical in the server. But this description is superficial. The real reasons behind this are discussed in a section of the article.
Symptoms Of Outlook Error 0x800ccc10 Invalid Address
How will the user get to know that Error 0x800ccc10 has o…
Article by web_tracker
If you can connect to your internal network or can connect to your router but are not able to connect to the Internet follow these steps in order until the problem is resolved.
1. Right click on the network icon on the task bar and select "Troubleshoot problems" Let it run.
2. Right click on the network icon on the task bar and select "Open network and Sharing Center". Double click on the red X that is between the network icon and the internet icon to run a diagnostic on the Internet connection.
3. In the "network and sharing center" …
Article by edster9999
When you send traffic on the network or on wireless it may be in plain text and it may reveal all your passwords and details. Most programs do not use encryption by default.
This is acceptable if you own every device on the network and are sure that it can not be intercepted by anyone else. If you are using wireless - especially if you are using a shared public wireless point (a coffee shop etc) then your passwords are flying round in the air just waiting to be grabbed with nothing more than a laptop and some software.
As soon as you are on the wireless network and attached to the inte…
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Answer by Christophe Gillent
Question: Hi guys,
I'm having this weird problem at the moment.
I'm running Exchange 2013 on a Server 2012R2 VM.
I'm having problem sending email out to a particular domain only.
The error is simply, " 550 Denied by policy."
This is what I see when I turn on logging on the send connector.
Answer: Well you're being rejected for *some* reason:
- Your domain (sending domain) could be black- or gray-listed
- The sending address (your user) could be black- or gray-listed
- Your sending IP address could be black- or gray-listed
- Something in t…
Answer by Joe Winograd
Question: I have two RICOH Aficio MP 5002 MFP. We changed our web hosting provider and had to enter MXrecords on our new hosting provider. When I did that, our RICOH Aficio MP 5002 scanner stopped sending scans via e-mail. We use Google Apps for Education for our mail so we had to set up an SMTP server in house to relay the e-mails. I do not know how chang…
Answer: These Gmail SMTP settings work for me:
SMTP Server Name: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP Port No.: 587
SMTP Authentication: On
SMTP Auth. E-mail Address: email@example.com
SMTP Auth. User Name: firstname.lastname@example.org
SMTP Auth. Pass…
Answer by McKnife
Question: I would like to force our computers to use IE 10 by default, and I would like to prevent our users from changing their default to Chrome/Firefox...etc. I would like to accomplish this via GPO if possible.
I've looked at links like this, but these settings in Group Policy are not available for me as I have 2012 installed.
Possible Options (http:///http://s…
Answer: And to add to my solution: that's how you do it with the protocols - by manipulating the registry which can be deployed using group policy preferences: http://superuser.com/questions/368814/how-do-i-change-my-default-browser-to-an-unlisted-program…
Answer by Sevron
I am currently having issues with our Classic ASP application, it has been recently moved over to a new server. It should be noted it runs fine on our old server.
The versions of windows are slightly different as our new one has service pack 1.
Old Server: Windows Server 2008
New Server: Windows Server 2008 SP1
The error I am g…
Answer: Thanks Big Monty, you have pointed me in the right direction.
It was not that line it was this following line.
Set oMyObject = Server.CreateObject("ReadFile.BinRead")
The issue was the ReadFile.dll was not registered on the server.
Answer by limjianan
Question: Hi All,
We have a domain set up using Google Apps that we use for receiving test emails from our developers.
I am trying to write a filter in GMail so that we don't have to manually keep finding emails and / or write a separate filter for each one.
What I want to be able to do is match on a prefix string on an incoming address in GMail.
Answer: 1. i have tested it myself.
2. i have googled around and they arrive the same conclusion.
my keyword is "gmail filter partial match"
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