Last week I passed Exam 070-526 - Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 - Windows-based applications.
Now I'm a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist for .NET framework 2.0 Web and Windows applications
Sunday, March 16, 2008
Thursday, February 21, 2008
A small tip for Outlook Express users:
Few days ago I found out that Outlook does not warn us (with a suitable error message) when one of its archive maps (*.DBX file) is too big. In fact Outlook Express has an archive map per folder (inbox, outbox, sent items, ...).
For example: At the moment that 'Postvak IN.DBX' is too big (> 2Gb), Outlook Express will try to connect to the mail server, but returns a hexadecimal error which tell us that Outlook Express cannot connect to the server.
So, outlook express users, keep each folder in your OE mailbox smaller than 2 Gigs. Attention, if your inbox folder is too big, it is still possible to send mails when the 'OUTBOX.DBX' and 'Sent items' file is smaller than 2 Gigs!
No problems for Windows Vista users. In Vista you do not have Outlook Express, but Windows Mail. The new mail client stores its mails as files (*.eml) and not as database files. Don't think you can store the whole world in your mailbox, because all those mail files are stored in your windows profile folder!