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How to Add multiple accounts in Outlook Express

1. Start Outlook Express, and on the Tools menu, click Accounts. Click Add, and then click Mail to start e-mail setup wizard 2. After selecting mail option, the next step is same as for creating a new email account. Refer http://techgurulive.com/2008/09/05/how-to-set-up-e-mail-account-in-outlook-express/

How to Create a Recovery Storage Group – Exchange 2003

1. Start Exchange System Manager from start menu. 2. Right-click on the server on which you want to create the RSG and select New – Recovery Storage Group. The Recovery Storage Group Properties dialog will be displayed. 3. Type a unique name to the Storage group. 4. Verify that the transaction log location and system(…)

HOWTo replace AD+Exchange with Samba+Zimbra

This HOWTo describes how to configure Zimbra Collaboration Server (ZCS) and Samba to act as a primary domain controller (PDC) that uses LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) as a central password database for authenticating users on Linux and Windows desktops. The motivation behind this document is the need to seamlessly integrate ZCS into corporate network(…)

Multiuser Features and Advanced Settings

Like Windows 2000, but unlike Windows 95, 98, and Me, the ability to log in multiple users simultaneously plays a big role in Windows XP. There is a default Administrator account set up when Windows XP is first installed, but you can create as many accounts as you need later, depending on how many people(…)

Windows XP and Symmetric Multiprocessing

Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) is a technology that allows a computer to use more than one processor. The most common configuration of an SMP computer is one that uses two processors. The two processors are used to complete your computing tasks faster than a single processor. (Two processors aren’t necessarily twice as fast as a single(…)

Windows XP Step-by-Step Installation Instructions

These steps are for a clean install of XP. Read this article for steps on upgrading your current system to XP. First, you’re going to need to change your BIOS boot order to boot from CD-ROM. Once you do this you’ll then be able to boot your computer from the Installation CD. After changing the(…)

The best tips & tricks for bash, explained

Running a command from your history Sometimes you know that you ran a command a while ago and you want to run it again. You know a bit of the command, but you don’t exactly know all options, or when you executed the command. Of course, you could just keep pressing the Up Arrow until(…)

SSH and SCP: Howto, tips & tricks

SSH SSH is some kind of an abbreviation of Secure SHell. It is a protocol that allows secure connections between computers. In this tutorial, we’ll be dealing with the ssh command on Linux, the OpenSSH version. Most Linux distributions feature the OpenSSH client today, but if you want to be sure, have a look at(…)

How to configure LVS persistence

LVS has a built-in simple IP based persistence mechanism that can be used to keep users on the same real servers for a configurable amount of time. If your web application requires that each user request to be processed by the same real server then you will probably want to enable this mechanism and ensure(…)

How to enable Sendmail Multiple Queues

Sendmail will use by default a single mail queue. This is what most users will need, and if you don’t have any special requirement you will not care about this. Still for high traffic mail servers it might be useful to split the queue over several directories, as thousands of files in a single directory(…)

List of the keyboard shortcuts that are available in Windows XP

General keyboard shortcuts • CTRL+C (Copy) • CTRL+X (Cut) • CTRL+V (Paste) • CTRL+Z (Undo) • DELETE (Delete) • SHIFT+DELETE (Delete the selected item permanently without placing the item in the Recycle Bin) • CTRL while dragging an item (Copy the selected item) • CTRL+SHIFT while dragging an item (Create a shortcut to the selected(…)

How to Add Static route in Windows XP/2000/Vista

A route describes the gateway IP address and network interface to use when sending packets to a network. The routing table on a host holds a list of destination network and the routes to those networks. This recipe describes adding entries to this routing table that will not persist following a reboot. These temporary routes(…)