Sorry but there is no other way to write that. I have just had it up to here with the flakiness of WLM compared to Outlook Express and Outlook. Especially on IMAP accounts. WLM’s support even of ordinary IMAP is patience-testing enough before you try to set up access to Gmail IMAP and get a… Continue reading Windows Live Mail is very flaky!
Last year I talked briefly about how loopback policy works. This is the system that Microsoft has built into Group Policy to enable a user policy to be applied to a computer that is dependent on the OU that the computer’s account is stored in. This is a great system because it enables a policy… Continue reading Using Loopback Policy to set a per-location default printer
This is the first part of my forthcoming series of articles on classroom AV system installation. This article will specifically address, the thorny subject of how to get USB and VGA cables into wall plates. Firstly, we much prefer to use premade VGA cables, which have moulded plugs on each end of the cable and… Continue reading Classroom AV 1: USB & VGA Faceplates