Before Firefox was even thought of, the Internet was plagued with thousands of sites proudly displaying browser recommendation icons. You remember them, right? The classic phrase, This Site Works Best With Internet Explorer and similar variants encouraging the use of Netscape. With the release of the w3 web development standards, many webmasters hoped to put an end to this meaningless nonsense. Well, here we are, years later, and nothing's changed. In fact, some are saying the situation has only intensified.
Integrating a Blackberry With The Enterprise
Several steps are required to properly enable Microsoft Exchange email encryption certificates on a Blackberry, but this guide should provide clear, effective instructions and assumes the following:
For years, Windows users have battled with the notorious load times that seem to get worse with every startup. I've developed a ritual of reinstalling windows every six to twelve months, which becomes obnoxious, but almost necessary to maintain usability. A list of potential causes and short term resolutions are listed below.
The wonderful organization I'm employed with decided Microsoft's Office Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 was the ideal solution for a flexible, easy to maintain, secure, internal content management system. Oh how wrong they were. Last week I was asked to add a list of known file extensions our Exchange server actively filters and removes from emails. Simple enough, right?