Archive for the ‘MS Office / Desktop Software’ Category

Exchange Server / Outlook Message Formatting –> .MSG to .EML Conversion, Rich Text and TNEF (Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format)

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

2010-02-17 Update

2010-02-03 Initial Post


Depending on the circumstances, Exchange will convert an attached e-mail (this means an existing e-mail that is attached/embedded into a new e-mail) from .MSG format to .EML format. The reason for the conversion has to do with the fact that Rich Text and TNEF formats are proprietary to MS Exchange/Outlook. (more…)

Office Communicator 2007 –> Save Password on Non-Domain-Member Computer For Automatic Sign In

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

2010-01-21 Initial Post

If your computer is not a member of an AD domain that's trusted by your Office Communications Server 2007 Pool, your Office Communicator 2007 client will not display the option to save the password. You can enable a registry setting to have the OCS client display the checkbox that allows you to save your OCS password. You might wonder why you would ever need to do this, but you never know. I had a need for it since I work at a client and my computer is not a member of their domain. (more…)