Master of Celebration

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seen Jul 1 at 9:03

Jan
29
comment How do I turn off the “This device can Run Faster” pop-up in Windows 7
@Molly7244: actually I disbled those checkboxes, but the error messages are still popping up. I did it for every USB-entry listetet in device manager providing the checkbox option.. Any other idea?
Nov
27
comment Samba: Write access rights without read access rights possible?
Windows somehow doesn't like it. I cannot save files in above created "dir", even though I used "\\server\full\path\to\dir\file.txt" in filename box of e.g. notepad.exe (right after adding "+r" to dir's mode with chmod, saving worked again) - too bad.
Sep
12
comment Copy directory contents using 'cp' command
the -r parameter seems to be a bit redundant at this point!
Sep
8
comment Why is Google Chrome showing bold and italics font?
great, that worked for me!!!
Aug
1
comment How to display a message before login?
sure, but that will only display a message after a login name was given through ssh-connection. Any ideas displaying a banner / message before 'login: ' ?
Jan
3
comment as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
well, I'd rather prefer "Stephen Jennings" solution :-)
Jan
3
comment Outlook recurring appointment falling on a weekend
If you set the condition of recurrence to "Friday" (first, second, last, etc.) it won't fall on a weekend, obviously. My attempt was to offer an alternative solution for tasks or maintenance jobs that have to be done on working days once a month. Sometimes you just need to change the point of view you start from…
Nov
30
comment Alternative Bluetooth Stacks for Windows 7 64bit
good guy for working that out! at this state of knowledge, can you tell me if it is possible to use the PC sound device (e.g. speaker, headphone) as a bluetooth headset for mobile phones (to receive calls via PC headset)? That would be very interesting for my setup...
Nov
29
comment Outlook 2010 IMAP account - send on behalf
+1 for beacon me to the clear solution: In Outlook, if you configure an account with an email address, you can send via this address without any problems. That means if the SMTP-server does not require any authentication you can send as whoever you like to be - BUT: You have to configure an account with that identity (name / mail address) before, because if you don't, Outlook will automatically add the "on behalf of"-string to the sender of any mail sent with an identity not registered as an account before.
Nov
29
comment Outlook 2010 IMAP account - send on behalf
+1 for showing that this is not a server-related problem (as I guessed before). Thank You!
Nov
29
comment Outlook 2010 IMAP account - send on behalf
Just had another idead: May it be, that the "on behalf"-string is only being attached by MS-Outlook if the outgoing server (SMTP) is on port 25 (no authentication required, no encryption)? Because my IMAP-account at gmail accepts TLS-connections only...
Nov
29
comment Outlook 2010 IMAP account - send on behalf
Well, I tried it today with an external gmail-account (IMAP) and there is no "on behalf of"-string attached... I am confused now! In conclusion, you might be right that the problem is not Outlook-specific, but how could I send a mail under different aliases with Mozilla Thunderbird without any "behalf"-strings then?
Nov
27
comment Outlook 2010 IMAP account - send on behalf
I actually use "Postfix" as MTA. But I don't think it's a server related problem, because if I use Thunderbird with that IMAP mailbox under different identity, there's just no "behalf-of" string...
Aug
29
comment In Microsoft Office Outlook 2010, how can I manually purge mails that are marked for deletion in IMAP folders?
actually, there is! I found a button in options dialog (customize ribbon). If you post it / put a screenshot, I'll honor it with +1 & correct answer...
Jun
5
comment How do I make the “New Tab” page set as my homepage in Firefox?
Great!!! Thx a lot!
Dec
6
comment as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
almost a good solution, but I need to keep the user accounts with restricted rights (to prevent virus attacks) and can NOT use a shared domain account (which could be in the local group of administrators), because every machine's administrator password shall be different from the other's.
Dec
6
comment as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
yes, I knew about that. But as I explained in my briefing, the user's account has restricted rights only