A few quick call outs.
Grant Send on Behalf of via Outlook
This procedure will allow you to grant other users the ability to send on your behalf:
The Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) is an application programming interface (API) for network interface cards (NICs). It was jointly developed by Microsoft and 3Com Corporation and is mostly used in Microsoft Windows. However, the open-source NDISwrapper and Project Evil driver wrapper projects allow many NDIS-compliant NICs to be used with Linux, FreeBSD and NetBSD. magnussoft ZETA, a derivative of BeOS, supports a number of NDIS drivers.
This is a service to help automatically configure Outlook 2007 profiles based soley on a user’s email address. This service also helps retreive the locations of new Exchange 2007 services such as free/busy, out of office, and web-based offline address book distribution.
If you have an EMC SAN and Run VMWare, check this site out!
OnyX is a multifunctional utility for OS X. It allows you to verify the startup disk and the structure of its System files, to run miscellaneous tasks of system maintenance, to configure the hidden parameters of the Finder, Dock, Spotlight, and of some of Apple’s own applications, to delete caches, to remove a certain number of files and folders that may become cumbersome, and more.
I like to periodically change passwords on everything. Changing passwords regularly keeps the bad guys, and the NSA guessing.
I prefer using Linux over Windows. I even use it on my work computer, and my preferred email client is Mozilla Thunderbird.
Well the other day I wanted to have an email send out at a specified time (Don’t ask me why) and I knew I could do it in Microsoft Outlook, but I didn’t have that. I had Thunderbird, and it doesn’t have that functionality built in.
That’s ok, because like just about anything else with Thunderbird, there is a plugin for it! The plugin I found that you can use to delay sending an email is called