Month: November 2010

Microsoft competitive fronts cloud-based Server

Microsoft opens new competitive fronts with cloud-based Windows Server Nov 12, 2010-  Network World by Jon Brodkin Microsoft doesn’t want to admit it, but a Gartner analyst says the vendor’s decision to offer Windows Server instances in the Azure cloud is opening a new competitive front against partner hosting companies. Before 2010 is over, Microsoft will update Windows Azure with the ability to run Windows Server 2008 R2 instances in…

World of Warcraft, Preparation for Cataclysm

Great WoW Gathering Rush Gains Pace in Preparation for Cataclysm By Tom Murray from www.gnews.com Across the lands of Azeroth (but not Outland, tis’ deserted now) players prepare for the cataclysm that will be dropped on the World of Warcraft on 7 December.   Preparations for the latest and largest of Blizzard’s expansions to its phenomenally well-crafted MMO have taken many forms. Some players are desperately grabbing the required Justice…

WOW Players Offered Free Week

World of Warcraft Players Offered Free Week of Play   November 12, 2010 by Maddy Rowe Cataclysm, the third expansion to World of Warcraft will soon be with us, but today news has come in that WoW players who suspended their gaming subscription, will be receiving news from developers Blizzard offering them a whole week of free play up until December 1. Players can expect to receive an email giving…

Exchange 2007 Sends Attachments As Winmail.dat

To Stop The Winmail.dat issue, make exchange 2007 NOT use Rich Text formatting.  Open Exchange Management Console Expand Organization Configuration Hub Transport Edit the default properties Under Exchange Rich-text format, select Never use. [amazon_image id=”0735627193″ target=”_blank” size=”Small” link=”true”]Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices (Best Practices (Microsoft))[/amazon_image]