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Just noticed on Larkware - Exchange intelligent Message filter just released to everyone!

Umm..title says it all, Larkware link is here, download link here

posted @ Tuesday, May 25, 2004 5:14 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Windows Server 2003 ]

This strikes me as incredibly useful! AzMan - lets you assign your own permission types (like 'CanEatPizza')

Found this on Loren Halvorson's Blog...he (?) explains it best, so here's just a complete copy of what he wrote... Is anyone using AzMan? We are in the process of developing a common role based authorization layer for several of our applications and stumbled across the Microsoft's Authorization Manager. I had originally passed over it because I thought it was tied to Windows Server 2003, but it turns out that it runs on Windows 2000 which we are using in production, and Windows XP which developers use. On XP, just install the Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack and you'll get it.The...

posted @ Tuesday, February 24, 2004 5:11 PM | Feedback (3) | Filed Under [ Windows Server 2003 ]

CDONTS, Windows XP and Windows 2000

If you have a lot of ASP code which currently runs on a Windows 2000 server, you probably use CDONTS to send your mail...Now, if you want to migrate to Windows 2003 (or Windows XP for local dev) you'll have a problem - CDONTS no longer comes with those environments... Luckily CDONTS still works, you just have to hunt down a file called CDONTS.dll in the system32 directory of your Win 2000 box, copy it to your 2003 box and register it...your old code will then work (though CDOSYS is better!)

posted @ Wednesday, October 15, 2003 9:01 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Windows Server 2003 ]

Windows Server 2003 Bug in the SMTP administration tool

This one drove me nuts for a while, I have an smtp server running on my server, but occasionally, the SMTP administration snapin would disappear for no particular reason. This is needless to say VERY annoying - as there's not other effective way to administer SMTP and the snapin doesn't appear in the normal list. Well, forget where I found the solution but here's the fix - just run this command - regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\smtpsnap.dll and you'll magically see it's back!

posted @ Sunday, September 07, 2003 10:08 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Help! Windows Server 2003 ]

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