I got a call from a Client today about attachments blocked on Outlook 2007. This was bugging them, since they could not figure out how to correct it. So I remote into the machine, and even I was having trouble with getting it to allow a pst file to be downloaded.
Issue was not easily solved in the Outlook interface. The issue had to be reg hacked to allow pst files to be downloaded.
So this is the area you need to look at in the Registry.
XX.X is related to the version of outlook you are using.
You need to add a new String called Level1Remove
and for the value you need to put in the file type you want to unblock.
Very important you only make the changes you need. For this example,
it was .pst for the file in question.
we all know this is the season of High School and College Graduations. So what do you get your kid for accomplishing something? Well, a laptop is a good place to start. Thing is, you been busy with life, getting the garden ready, etc. For most folks, these next two weeks are the time to get that gift for your special someone. Mail order is not going to cut it in time. I checked with Dells website, and they are out to mid-june at the latest for shipping. So you go to your box retailers for the gift. Between Best Buy and Costco, my preferences are with Costco. They offer all their machines with 2 yr warranties. I have purchased from them before for myself, and my clients. I like what they offer.
For my recommendation for 2011, I would go with their HP Pavilion dv6-6013cl- $599. It was in stock at Costco in Mt, Prospect when I was there over the weekend.
It is a nice machine for the price. Comes with one of the latest I3 processors, and plenty of Ram to start out. It has what a laptop for a going to college student will need. DVD, Hard Drive Space, HD video quality, and wireless. Plently of USB jacks for printers, IPODs, etc. I also like the look of the unit, and the 15.6 inch size screen. Very stylish. Which is important to college age kids.
Hope this helps you out in your search for a good laptop for the college bound.
I have been busy with existing work, and building clusters for a client. The client uses the Video Card Processors to process the information. Way more efficient than a CPU. Some stats. Cost of the machines were $1100 a piece. We were able to fit 4 video cards into one machine. Running Win 7. We were able to get 1.1 Ghash/sec with each machine. Wattage was not bad. 650 Watts total. We are working on getting that under 600 watts.
I came across a new backup company to work with. I have to work out the details, but I will be able to offer 100GB packages for $10/mo. Stay tuned.
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