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  • Mail delivery system spam mail issue in MS Outlook 2007

    Hi, I work on MS Outlook 2007. For the last few days, whenever I start Outlook, mails from  Mail Delivery System [Mailer-Daemon@s1.cpanel15.com] with subject [SPAM]- Mail delivery failed: returning message to sender drops massively. Kindly suggest the resolution. Thanks!

    robins198610 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries SQL Cobol

    In my COBOL SQL select statement that was previously running on V5R4, I was able to extract a date field defined with "date" as the data type. We are now on V7R1 and we get a data mapping error. No clue as to why? Any ideas? thanks

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  • Any thoughts of “Going Buffett”?

    Going Buffett (Jimmy that is, not Warren), has been in the news a lot recently. The idea is that you move to a remote area with a low cost of living, work remotely and save a ton of money.  While seemingly a pipe dream for most, there have been many very successful practitioners.  So what about...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • What are your thoughts on ‘booth babes’?

    During this year's International CES conference, a familiar issue arose...booth babes. While they attract users to a company's area and products, SearchCIO-Midmarket senior editor Wendy Schuchart says they don't align with what women are trying to accomplish in the IT industry: To gain respect...

    Michael Tidmarsh30,970 pointsBadges:
  • How does your company cool its servers?

    Many data centers are skipping computer room air conditioners. Instead, they’re installing racks with integrated cooling and planning for liquid cooling directly to servers.  Has your company taken this leap or are you still using air conditioners/fans to keep your servers from overheating?

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  • Can in-memory computing handle big data demands?

    Big data may have met its match as in-memory computing has become one of the top 10 strategic technology trends of 2013, according to Gartner. Used by Google and Twitter, this approach allows easier access to data and provides better analysis. Do you think in-memory computing can handle big data...

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  • Are softphones the future of BYOD?

    As more enterprises move into the BYOD era, the term 'softphones' has become a key trait as it allows IT departments to deliver unified communication systems. According to Diane Meyers, an analyst for Infonetics Research, the relationship between a workplace phone extension and a hard phone will...

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  • Watch videos stored on my computer on my TV

    Hi, I hope I'm in the right place. I'm looking for some piece of equipment that would allow me to watch videos stored on my computer on my TV. I have an NBOX, but it died last night. With my NBOX, I needed to copy the files onto a USB key. I'm hoping to save a step and find something that would...

    fradjoh5 pointsBadges:
  • DYMO LabelWriter 450 local printer troubles

    We are no longer able to print to our label printer. The PC we were using had to be replaced. We need to know how to set up this printer so it will print addresses via USB connection. I downloaded and installed the correct drivers for the printer. I used printer model *WSCST to configure the...

    Stigapproved30 pointsBadges:
  • Journal Before/After image not in plain text

    I have a journaled file that I need to review the before and after image of a field change. When I look at the field, the characters in both the before and after images are unreadable (strange characters, blocks, etc.). How do I view the journal image in plain text, or convert it to plain text?

    CollickB40 pointsBadges:
  • Updating a physical file

    Suppose I have a RPGLE Program P1 And P2 and a physical file PF1 . P1 using PF1 in update mode and p2 also using Pf1 in update mode. When P1 calls P2, it throws an error saying file locked. What can be done. I need to update pf1 in both the progs.

    jainamit380 pointsBadges:
  • Office 2007 “Out Of Office” windows XP Platform

    I have a client that is running Windows XP and using Office 2007, She doesn't have, under tools a link to click for "out of office". So she cannot set this message when she needs to, vacation, day off, etc. I have tried Windows 2007 service pack 3 which is no compatible with Windows XP. Any...

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  • Can I create a view in SQL Server 2008 selecting data from an Intersystems Cachè Database?

    Can I create a view in SQL Server 2008 selecting data from an Intersystems Cachè Database? I need to access data in an Intersystems Cachè Database from an SQL Server database. Can I do a select in SQL Server from a table in another DBMS system? How can I do it? Data is in a Cachè Database. I was...

    FernandaAraujo45 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless printer

    How do I get it to print wireless?

    Sandyb645 pointsBadges:
  • KWH

    How can you calculate KWH?

    jmz5 pointsBadges:
  • SAS vs SAP

    What these are, which has a better future and job areas and there eligibility.

    Jayank10 pointsBadges:
  • Networking

    How do I set 100 computers for a new network?

    ayobruwam5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I switch back to Yahoo mail classic?

    How do I switch back to using the old Yahoo Mail classic for my email service? I'm using FireFox and Internet Explorer which is now compatible with FireFox. uhenio

    uhenio15 pointsBadges:
  • Other users emails are viewable from my Outlook

    When I receive an email where others are CC'ed, their account shows up at the bottom of my email. If I click on their "profile picture" I can read their emails, even the ones not pertaining to the email I opened. How can I remove this feature (I don't want to see anyone else's private emails) and...

    dgariepy5 pointsBadges:
  • ERP transaction type UDS-WO

    What triggers a UDS-WO transaction type in a ERP system?

    gpd5 pointsBadges:

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