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Showing posts from June, 2011

viewing internet headers of emails in outlook 2010

this is so annoyingly obscure that I figured I'd point it out. in outlook, open the message you're interested in. in the ribbon, locate the "tags" section and click the little arrow. and there you have it...

opalis: operator console installation files

with products like kelverion , you can make short work of installing the operator console. if you have gone through this, you know what an enormous amount of time this process takes. if, however, you need all of the download files, I captured them and made them available here on my skydrive . the files are located under the OpalisOpConsole folder, split into 6 zip files. for this reason, make sure you are using an unzipping utility capable of piecing the content back together. beware! it's quite large and may take some time to download in its entirety.

open a command prompt to the directory in explorer

this is a cool trick I picked up from my coworker who picked up from a presentation. basically, you can open a command prompt to the exact folder where your explorer is pointing to. here's how. navigate to the folder you're interested in. in the address bar of explorer, type "cmd" and hit enter. this will launch a command prompt directly to the folder. perfect!