I bought a second hand Blackberry recently, and although it had been wiped, it still had the previous IT policy on there. To remove it, I found a 32bit PC and downloaded JL_Cmder from here. You will also need the … Read More »
I installed hMailserver and then installed the RoundCube front end. I then installed a few of the plugins (‘archive’, ‘settings’, ‘userinfo’, ’emoticons’, ‘markasjunk’, ‘additional_message_headers’, ‘jqueryui’, ‘rss_feeds’, ‘google_contacts’, ‘hmail_password’) but was having an issue with the hmail_password plugin, which was fairly … Read More »
A user asked me the other day if there was a way that he could preview all the PDF’s that he had in a folder, so I took a look and noticed that no matter what I selected, it only … Read More »
The other day I was checking my emails and amongst the mundane rubbish of people trying to flog me Viagra or robots spamming my blog, I spotted an interesting mail from a person at the PR company for Paessler, the … Read More »
I came across a handy service today called Dropbox. You can download it here, for free. It’s a great way to sync files between your many devices (PC, Laptop, Netbook, Mac, PDA etc). It creates a folder in your “My … Read More »
This is a great little powertoy addon for windows 7 to quickly resize photos. Grab it here.
ProduKey is a great little utility from nirsoft that allows you to quickly and easily discover your product keys for Windows and Office etc. Handy for auditing or even just remembering which ones you used.
This is some very useful software, and again, free. Input director basically allows you to use multiple PC’s with one Keyboard, Mouse and multiple monitors. I’ve currently got it running across 3 boxes on my desk and its super easy … Read More »
Group Policy. It’s pretty awesome, you can fix and everything via few little clicks, but, you can also break everything with a few little clicks so care must be taken. I generally setup test OU’s and stick one or two … Read More »