Fixing Outlook 2003 Beta 2

Outlook 2003 Beta 2 Users: Here’s the Fix for All the Instabilities To fix Outlook 2003 beta 2, you must delete your current Outlook profile and create a new one. The problem is that when you delete your profile, you essentially lose all the information in your local folders (e.g., email, calendar, contacts), so note…

HTML Tidy from .NET

I've been looking at the HTML Tidy Library Project based on Dave Raggett's HTML Tidy program and I wanted a way to call into the library from .NET. The two links to .NET bindings on the site point to code that uses COM Interop which seemed a little odd. Surprisingly, Charles Reitzel's Tidy Add-ons page says…

Managed Extensions for C++ Frequently Asked Questions MSDN FAQ for MC++. Tips and Tricks to Bolster Your Managed C++ Code in Visual Studio .NET MSDN Mag article.

How to run ASP.NET 1.0 and 1.1 on the same box. Old news I’m sure, but here’s a great FAQ on how to simultaneously run ASP.NET 1.0 and 1.1 on the same box (using Windows .NET Framework 1.0 and Windows .NET Framework 1.1 on various IIS “Applications”). Useful stuff, and very easy. [Scott Hanselman’s Weblog]…

Network Security -or- “Don’t ask. You can always apologize later.”. Huh? I guess I misunderstood some fundamentals of security, firewalls and trustworthy computing. Let me rephrase this requirement: “If you want your server application to receive the ‘Designed for Windows XP’ logo, it should detect firewalls and re-configure them automatically to allow inbound traffic. Do…

Speaking of ASP.NET, I hit chapter 4 (the HTTP Pipeline) in Fritz Onion’s book, and let me tell you, this book is a keeper. It’s not the book I’d recommend for newbies, as it’s going to be over some people’s heads, but it does cover some of the more advanced topics in good detail. If…

Daniel Bright @ 04/02/2003 10:52 AM [quote] This looks like a typo on our end – sorry for the confusion. As is always the case with the DVDs, you replace all of an existing color with the new color you were shipped. So, go ahead and toss the old Red DVDs, and replace them with…

Red or Green

When you get an MSDN subscription refresh that says “All DVDs in this shipment are red. You may archive all previous red DVDs.” but all the DVDs in the box are green, do you a) archive all the red DVDs; b) archive all the green DVDs; or c) seek advice from the nearest optician about…