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Exchange 2007 – Shared Mailbox Creation

Creating a shared mailbox is something that is not done very often, and if you don’t know how to create one you may not even know about them.  Shared Mailboxes can only be created from the Exchange Management Shell which kind of hides them away from the inexperienced administrator.  They are however a very powerful […]

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JavaScript – Quick Validation

I will be the first to admit that I am not a Javascript king so this may be so elementary to most. This is a very easy way to verify that fields are filled in and the email address is a proper format.  Make sure that your form has a proper name and that all […]

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Angry Birds – Physics and Business

I spent quite a while working on all my web pages last night and while I was updating my mailchimp account I saw a video interview from the makers of Angry Birds. Very Cool stuff actually. After watching this I have to say that I don’t think that their success was all luck. They talk […]

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Get Your DVDs into iTunes for FREE

CDs are on their way out thanks to services like iTunes, and I hate to break it to you but if you haven’t figured it out yet DVDs and BlueRays are going too. I have started what I figure to be a 6-8 month process of getting all my DVDs and BlueRays into iTunes so […]

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Chrome, Firefox, IE – But Have You Seen Opera Lately?

The browser wars are forever going to continue, but has anyone used opera lately? Well I thought that I would download it and give it a try again after a few years not using it. Wow what a change! I have to say Opera is now up there with Chrome for me, I just wonder […]

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The Dream SG – That Still Isn’t Built

The You Tube page was created a while ago to showcase the Maple and Walnut SG that I am/was building. This is such a long story but let’s just say that I am way better with a keyboard than I am with a piece of wood. The SG has been at the luthier now for […]

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Windows 7 Firewall and RDP

Funny thing, I have had a really nice Dell Laptop kicking around and I haven’t touched it in months just because the battery is shot. So I thought that I would utilize it a little and do some Python and Perl dev on it. I put the laptop in its docking station and started it […]

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HP (not so) SmartStart 8.60 x64

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that my projects take up all my time and don’t pay the bills. This is why I have my day job, which I have to say I am pretty lucky to have. I am a senior admin at a large company in a small town. Does it get any better? No […]

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