How can I setup email in Outlook 2007?

by on Jun.21, 2010, under Uncategorized

Things you will need:

•Your domain name.
•Your Email address.
•Your email password.

Configuring your email client: Outlook 2007

1.Open Outlook 2007.
2.Click the Tools menu, and select Account Settings.

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Activeaza User Administrator pe Windows XP

by on Feb.23, 2010, under Uncategorized

La instalarea sistemului de operare Windows XP, se creaza un user pe care puteti sa-l numiti dvs. dupa bunul plac. Acest user (ex: stealth) va avea privilegii de user Administrator, si va permite sa instalati programe, sa modificati setarile esentiale ale OS XP-ului si sa creati noi useri pe sistemul de operare.

Desi acest user are privilegii totale pe sistem, Windows XP creaza si user-ul Administrator. User care este invizibil in User Accounts, Computer Management si Logon Screen.

Cum activam / facem vizibil userul Administrator pe Windows XP.

1. Mergem in Start -> Run -> tastam “regedit” pentru a deschide editorul de registrii. (Registry Editor).
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Solve TeamViewer “Commercial Use Suspected!” Problem

by on Feb.15, 2010, under Uncategorized

No doubt TeamViewer is one of the best, free remote access and remote desktop sharing software over internet.

Let’s say your friend is facing some computer issues and she does not know much about computers. It’ll be really difficult for you to guide your friend over phone as mostly she’d not understand what to do and your phone bill would run high as well !for

This is where TeamViewer comes in picture and works best. You can sit at the comfort of your house and help your friend who can possibly be sitting thousands of miles away (Make sure you have direct internet connection as TeamViewer does not work if it’s behind proxy).

TeamViewer is free for personal use, but you’ll have to buy a license if you are using it for commercial purposes. Off late I had a few readers e-mailing a common problem they had with TeamViewer. The common problem was that, even though these visitors were not using TeamViewer for commercial purpose they were getting the following message:

“Commercial Use Suspected”

In such case, my first suggestion is that you contact TeamViewer team and inform them about the problem and see if they can solve the issue.

However, there is a way to solve this, but this should be used only if you don’t get a reply from teamviewer and is a bit of technical process, so you have to dabble your hand in it only if you know what you are upto.

1> First Close Teamviewer, if it is running.

2> Click on Start –> Run –> type %appdata% –> delete TeamViewer folder

3> Delete registry folder: hkcu/software/teamviewer and hklm/software/teamviewer

4> Change the MAC Address of your LAN card, this tutorial can help you.

5> Restart your Teamviewer and you should get a new ID and also should solve the “Commercial Use Suspected” problem.

Please use the following method only if you have genuine problem. Please play fair as TeamViewer is one of the best freely available software, which I use and recommend strongly over others in the same niche. There is no substitute to TeamViewer.

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Mounting FTP Hosts as Local Filesystem

by on Jan.17, 2010, under Uncategorized

Those from Windows background know the ease of accessing remote FTP hosts as local file system but do you know how easily it could be done even in Linu! If not, read on. We’ll be using a small command line tool called CurlFtpFS to mount remote FTP hosts, as Linux does not natively supports FTP file systems.

Downloading and Installing CurlFtpFS

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