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answered Windows 8.1 Update - PCs on my local network
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comment How to display Outlook 2013 notifications on Windows 8 lock screen
You are right... here's the right one: superuser.com/questions/908079/….
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accepted How to get email notification in the Windows 8.1 lock screen and Start menu when using Outlook?
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comment How to display Outlook 2013 notifications on Windows 8 lock screen
This is not correct, Mail has full Exchange support and you don't need IMAP to access an Exchange mailbox; please see here: superuser.com/questions/867944/….
Apr
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comment How to get email notification in the Windows 8.1 lock screen and Start menu when using Outlook?
Partial duplicate of superuser.com/questions/867944/…, but while that question is full of case-specific details and issues, this is a more general question with a more general answer; also, the other question's answer is wrong (you don't need an IMAP account to access an Exchange mailbox in Mail).
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answered How to get email notification in the Windows 8.1 lock screen and Start menu when using Outlook?
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comment HDMI and power saving mode
So, this is just bad (or at least lazy) design by Samsung, and not an intrinsic limit of HDMI like they told me?
Mar
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comment HDMI and power saving mode
The monitor just refuses to sleep, there's no difference if the PC is on, off or even if the cable is disconnected; the monitor just keeps displaying a "no signal" warning. It has a setting to shut down after 15 minutes of no signal received, but then it completely shuts down: it doesn't wake up when there is a signal again, and it needs to be turned on manually. And Samsung says this is exactly the way it's supposed to work, because HDMI doesn't support power saving.
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