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Does IMAP support marking as “read by another user”?

I'm sharing an IMAP mailbox with another person. So we both have IMAP clients, in order to read mail messages and post some. However, when I read a message, its state is set to "seen" (or "read"), ...
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Microsoft Outlook 2010 Flagging specific people for specific events

At work, my section has created a "team calendar", and I have been tasked to update that calendar. The calendar will inform the team of special events and dates that we should be aware of. In June, ...
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Using Chrome to open a web page as a standalone “application”?

Is it possible to open a web page as if it were a standalone application using Chrome? For example, create a chrome shortcut on my desktop and set the command line flags to open up a specific web ...
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How to handle the arguments flags for an .exe file? [closed]

Suppose that I'm using a program with a login page. And lets call it a.exe. Whenever I execute a.exe I face a login page with empty fields such as Username, Password, Application Server, Database ...
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bash: test if sort supports -h flag

I have a function in my bash that has a sort -h but on one of my setups sort doesn't support the -h flag. How do I test that so I can provide an else to have a sort without -h?
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Which are the default partition flags for Packard Bell Easynote laptops?

How should the partition flags be set for the default partitions of Packard Bell laptops? PQSERVICE SYSTEM RESERVED WINDOWS (Seven) In my case, the model is an EasyNote LJ65. Which partition ...
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What is the difference between the read-only attribute and the access control list read-only flag on Windows?

I'm looking for a technical answer, not a general answer, pertaining to how Windows actually handles these properties. For example, there are some programs that recognize the read-only attribute and ...
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Where is the flag for write caching on any given drive located? Is it in the OS or on the disk itself?

Basically, I want to know if write caching flag is portable (stored on the disk), or if it is dependent on the OS (maybe stored in the registry or something) via which it is activated. If I enable ...
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Imap-stars not visable in outlook

I have an Exchange-server and two email-clients: an Outlook 2010 and Thunderbird. If I click to star a message in Thunderbird, this star is not visible in Outlook (nowhere). The same happens is I use ...
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Is there a macro around that will let me set a button in Outlook 2010 to set a flag for followup in 3 days?

Is there a macro around that will let me set a button in Outlook 2010 to set a flag for followup in 3 days? I can do each task each time under "custom" but this is time consuming. I would really like ...
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Does the Windows Live Mail client support IMAP flags?

Thunderbird and Opera both support IMAP flags ("labels"), like: "important", "work", "later", and custom labels too ("myown", "archive"). I tried to use Windows Live Mail, but I don't see a similar ...
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How to remove RAID flag on unstriped drive without losing data?

I have a Gigabyte Z68X-UD4-B3 motherboard. It advertises this new thing called "XHD", which is like RAID but makes a SSD and traditional-style drive work together to enable high speed with high ...
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Can IMAP mail be migrated locally without loss of information?

I need to save all of my IMAP mail in an account I have that will be expiring, to my local disk. The problem is that no matter which IMAP backup tool I can find, there is always some loss of ...
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Disable Chromes Ctrl+P handling of printing

How can I disable Google Chrome's CTRL+P handling of printing (i.e. return the keyboard shortcut to Windows and how it handles printing)? Windows 7 64-bit Chrome v13.0.782.112 Edit, Now that I know ...
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Which is better: using flags, or pipes?

As with many things in the *nix world, there is more than one way to generate .tar.gz files. Typically, I use the following: tar zcf /path/to/dir.tar.gz /path/to/dir However, I have seen the ...
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add 'time' to 'follow up flag' in outlook 2003?

It would appear that the dialog for setting 'follow up flags' in Outlook 2003 is limited to date only. Does anyone know of a workaround to add a time to this?
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Why can't -z be the last command-line option to be used with tar?

$ ls one.tar.gz one.tar.gz $ tar -xvfz one.tar.gz tar: z: Cannot open: No such file or directory tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now $ tar -xvzf one.tar.gz one $ tar -xzvf one.tar.gz one $ tar ...
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How to make all files non-executable recursively using find without affecting directories?

I need to strip the executable flag from all files within a certain directory and sub directories. Right now I'm doing it with a 2 step process find /dir/ -type f -exec chmod ugo-x {} \; find /dir/ ...
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How can user change the jre parameter values after the exe is generated in Launch4j?

Is it possible to change the jre parameter values after the exe file is generated through Launch4j? The ideal scenario is like this: The default parameter values are applied when the program is ...
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Outlook 2003: How to group by flag AND sort by date?

I'm trying to get Outlook 2003 to do the following: Group the emails in my Inbox by FLAG and then sort by DATE. This SHOULD be accomplished by the following settings: It seems to work, as I get ...