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Pretty much along similar lines.
Why do people still put their names / e-mails / former places of employment etc. in preamble of published software text after intentionally or "accidentally" removing all comments / functions descriptions etc ?
That happens to me. I'll write a document requested by the field service group. I send it to them. They remove the formatting, copy/paste random sentences, arbitrarily insert spelling errors, and then publish it as final documentation to our customers.
You need to feed it first, provided it's not galactose intolerant.
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Set up a new server recently, VMware, AD Server ans an RDS Server. Among programs and setup I had to do email for about half the staff that use the server for this. About 65% of the staff were using Windows Live Mail. The old server is Windows Server 2008 R2 setup like a big Windows 7 computer along with Local Users and all.
So I covert the email to PST using a WLM to PST Converter I bought. Setup Outlook on new server and imported the PST. Assumed that Contacts were taken along for the ride, no. So look up where the contacts live in WLM and then see that you should export the contacts.
Crap! That is not going to be good as I don't want to start WLM cause these accounts are all POP3 aren't they and I don't want something to download when I'm not looking, plus I don't want to touch WLM again, once each to get account settings was traumatising enough.
Anyone know of a tool to get out contacts from WLM? Saw a couple online, but I don't feel like taking a guess and paying money to find it doesn't do the job as advertised.
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