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  1. Document name or path is not valid (Word 2000)

    I've been struggling a couple of days with this problem and found the fix so I thought I'd post it here and hopefully save someone the same trouble I had. I use Win2k and Word 2k and all the sudden...
  2. Re: Contacts and drafts folder (Outlook 2000)

    Thanks for the /ResetFolders switch. That did the trick.
  3. Contacts and drafts folder (Outlook 2000)

    I'm running Outlook 2k in Corporate/Workgroup mode on Exchange Server. One of my users accidentally moved their "Contacts" folder. It's now a subfolder under their inbox. They also managed to move...
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    Re: Message tracking

    I finally figured out how to do this. In Exchange Administrator, enable message tracking on the MTA and IMS, (and the IMC if you have it installed). In the properties box of the System Attendant...
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    Message tracking

    I was wondering if anyone knows how to set up message tracking to a specific domain to track both inbound and outbound messages to just that domain. I'm running Exchange server 5.5 SP3.1 on NT4...
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    Re: 3D Support in Win 95

    I've built Win95 machines in the past and it does support AGP. The problem you might run into, however, is that Win95 is too old to support other circuitry on the newer motherboards. If you try to...
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    Re: Loss of TCP/IP bindings

    Yes, you are correct that release/renew doesn't have any affect on static addresses. Hmmmm...this one's a real thinker. I'll let you know if I come up with anything else but for now I'm stumped.
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    Re: Loss of TCP/IP bindings

    Dont' know if you've solved this yet or not. I was wondering if your clients are NT or 95/98? You might want to try an ipconfg /release and ipconfig /renew from a command prompt for NT users and...
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    Re: NT 4 running Outlook 2000

    I don't know if you've solved this or not, but sounds like the DNS domain name is not entered in Network Neighborhood TCP/IP properties. Example: domainname.com. If outlook can't find the domain...
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