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OwnCloud 4 Released, Now With Encryption, Versioning, More

Computer users who want to store data in the cloud, or synchronize data between their own devices, have the choice between so many different cloud hosting services that it is becoming quite […]

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Microsoft Patch Day November 2011 Overview

Today Microsoft has released security updates exclusively for Microsoft Windows operating systems. Of the four bulletins released today, one has received the maximum severity rating of critical while the other three have […]

Cryoserver’s Email Archiving Offered as an Application or Hosted on The Cloud

Cryoserver Email archiving software is a standalone application which in addition to archiving email messages offers fast search of the information stored in messages through indexing. Now-a-days email systems provide more features […]

Manage your VirtualBox VMs via the web with phpVirtualBox

Generally speaking, if it is a web-based tool that starts with "php" (such as phpMyAdmin or phpLDAPadmin) you know that tool is going to make your administrative life a lot easier. Such […]

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Microsoft Releases September Security Patches

Microsoft has released this month's security patches for their operating systems and applications. The patches and updates are already available via Windows Update and Microsoft Download, and it is recommended to update […]

YaST: Yet Another Setup Tool

Continuing with our look into OpenSuSE, we examine YaST. One of the best things going for OpenSuSE (and SuSE as well) is their take on the tried and true "control panal" YaST. […]

Migrate users from one Linux machine to another

Have you ever had a need to migrate current running Linux users from installation to another? That would be a simple task if the user count was low. But  what happens when […]

Microsoft Security Updates November 2009

Microsoft has released six security bulletins today as part of their monthly Tuesday patch day. The six bulletins fix a total of 15 security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows. The […]

Search google (and update twitter) from the command line

There are some of us who prefer to do as much as possible from the command line. For whatever reason, this type of person wants to prove to the world the GUI […]

List Of Microsoft Fix It Solutions

Microsoft Fix It is a relative new way of solving problems that occur in the Windows operating system. These fix it solutions are basically one-click solutions for fixing problems. The Fix It […]

Manage your Active Directory from Linux with adtool

Active Directory is one of those Microsoft tools that so many have no choice but to use. Although I much prefer LDAP because it is so much easier to set up and […]

Create your own version of Fedora with Revisor

Do you use Fedora? Do you have Fedora tweaked to the point you would like to either share your vision of this distribution? Or would you like to have an image of […]

Old School Linux email with Alpine

I grew up with old-school email tools in Linux. The primary tool I used was Pine. Pine was simple, elegant, reliable, and insanely fast and lightweight. Of course Pine was a text-based […]

eGroupware: Your Exchange Replacement Has Arrived

If your company uses Exchange you might have noticed the license for Exchange now requires a CAL for each user who accesses the Exchange server. In a large enterprise this can become […]

Thunderbird Extension Contacts Sidebar

The Contacts Sidebar extension for the email software Mozilla Thunderbird displays the address book - or books - in the sidebar of Thunderbird beneath the mail folders. A real beauty is that this sidebar can be enabled and disabled with the F4 button which means that you only need to display it when you need the address book. All the possibilities of the address book are given in the sidebar as well, you can edit properties of your contacts or quickly choose a contact that you want to write a mail to. Here are some highlights taken from the description: