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moving forward. in theory.



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Comment on Cave Story Linux Port by zetaneta

Tue, 10 Jul 2012 20:43:35 +0000

THANKS FOR DEB RPM IS EVEN BETTER :D



Comment on Read Your Exchange Emails With Gmail by Ryan

Wed, 29 Feb 2012 06:34:35 +0000

I discovered a method to connect Gmail to an Exchange server and have fully functioning send/receive capability. See here: http://purereasoning.blogspot.com/2012/02/how-to-use-gmail-with-microsoft.html



Comment on Read Your Exchange Emails With Gmail by AsherMaximum

Fri, 10 Dec 2010 17:05:28 +0000

If your exchange server doesn't support pop, there is another way, but it requires another computer to have outlook running at all times. Connect outlook to your exchange server (if it's not already connected). Then connect outlook to gmail via imap. goo.gl/Lgo2 After gmail is connected properly, create a folder under the gmail account and name it after your exchange server, ie "your employer", or "your university". Then create a rule in outlook and make it apply to all incoming mail rules > manage rules & alerts > new rule > apply rule on messages I receive Set the rule to copy or move all incoming mail to the folder you created in the gmail account. Now, as long as outlook is running, all your exchange mail will auto copy to gmail. Not exactly the best solution, since you have to have outlook running, but even if you don't keep it running all the time, it's at least a great way to get your mail into gmail without changing anything about it.



Comment on Read Your Exchange Emails With Gmail by Rusty SlideRule

Tue, 02 Nov 2010 20:07:14 +0000

Hey James, simple enough tutorial. Thanks. You wrote - One cravat – all mail Gmail fetches will be marked as read next time you access your university inbox via imap or web interface. I have this problem too, all new email messages are now being downloaded into my Outlook as 'Read' messages (versus being downloaded as Unread messages) Is it coz, when Gmail pulls them off the my university email server, they get marked as 'Read' ? Would like to fix this. The Gmail forwarding is primarily for archiving. Any suggestions ?



Comment on Installing Flash in Ubuntu 6.06 LTS by Tayfun

Fri, 17 Sep 2010 16:50:55 +0000

thank you. this is working fine. thank you...:D



Comment on GLDirect – OpenGL to DirectX Converter by orrkup

Mon, 21 Jun 2010 23:11:49 +0000

another opengl to directx wrapper is titaniumgl, can be downloaded from webpage titaniumgl.tk, it will neither run quake4, but maybee can help in some games.



Comment on Read Your Exchange Emails With Gmail by VS

Fri, 28 May 2010 03:48:14 +0000

Dear Salman, Did you ever figure out how to do this? I would like to get around this, not so much to have my mail in gmail, but so then I can forward it to my blackberry without having to go through the blackberry server. Thanks, VSH



Comment on A problem with the Thunderbird feed reader by a2jc4life

Mon, 10 May 2010 17:39:15 +0000

I agree that a method of organizing feeds would be really, really helpful! My own problem (which is what caused me to stumble onto your site) is that I keep getting NEW feeditems.rdf files: feeditems-1.rdf, feeditems-2.rdf, etc. I found a documented complaint about the problem as far back as 2006 and, so far, I haven't found anyone who knows what causes this or how to fix it. *sigh* Oh, well.



Comment on Read Your Exchange Emails With Gmail by Lindsay

Fri, 30 Apr 2010 14:49:37 +0000

Just a thought for those of you whose IT folks haven't enabled POP: Exchange Online DOES have a search function, but only if you use it in IE--or an extension to Firefox, Chrome, or your browser of choice that renders pages as IE. Then it really does look and feel like having regular Outlook open on your system! It's still not nearly as user-friendly as Gmail, but at least you can find your old emails.



Comment on Cave Story Linux Port by reborn

Tue, 30 Mar 2010 00:45:03 +0000

I am amazed that that link is still up. Thank you very much.