Today I was cleaning up the stack of magazines that I have in my desk and came across an article on how to add a Recycle Bin to Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS). MSDN Magazine – February 2005 – Page 62 http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/05/02/RecycleBinforWSS/ I have to admit that I have absolutely NO IDEA what these guys are talking about. That really doesn’t mean anything since my knowledge of programming and .NET is very limited (almost non-existent). However, I know that we have very smart people in the SBS community than can probably figure this out. In fact, I encourage anyone that knows … Continue reading A Recycle Bin for Sharepoint?
If you are using the POP3 connector to receive mail, but you have some accounts (like a remote user) that are not collected by the SBS box you will find that it’s not possible to send mail to those accounts from inside the SBS domain. As soon as you try to send mail to that account, Exchange will send you and NDR back saying “The email account does not exist at the organization this message was sent to. Check the email address, or contact the recipient directly to find out the correct address.” This happens because by default Exchange is setup … Continue reading Email problems when using the POP3 connector
Last year I was itching for a new phone. My contract was up, my previous phone was pretty old and I wanted to be more “connected”. I did a lot of research on which phone I should get using two great sites: www.phonescoop.com and www.howardforums.com. Since I’m not really a road warrior I opted for a smarphone instead of a PDA/Phone combo and after much debate I got a Motorola MPx220 from Cingular Wireless. This little phone has really impressed me. It has Quad Band GSM, 1.2MP camera (for still and video), Bluetooth, IR and a miniSD slot for … Continue reading Smartphone Review – Motorola MPx220