I have a client running Outlook 2003 on a desktop machine in a client/server environment. This workstation was recently migrated from a domain with an Exchange server to a domain that doesn't have an Exchange server. The email now being used by that client is a POP3 account. The problem is that when Outlook is open, the right tray icon shows Outlook as being "offline". The client can still send/receive, but they have to push the Send/Receive button manually. The automatic send when connected is not working.
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What is Usenet?
There are many different opinions on exactly what Usenet is an isn't. Many opinions are incorrect simply out of ignorance. The Wikipedia listing about Usenet does a good job of explaining it, so instead of repeating it all here I wi…
Illustrator's Shape Builder tool will let you combine shapes visually and interactively. This video shows the Mac version, but the tool works the same way in Windows. To follow along with this video, you can draw your own shapes or download the file…