Tag Archives: Microsoft Outlook

Reading plain text email is safer and faster and preserves privacy

Image via Wikipedia We try to cover basic security best-practices as much as possible. We talked about the value of NoScript, a Firefox plugin that prevents JavaScript from loading on web pages unless specifically allowed by the user. Today, we’re … Continue reading

Posted in design, Security, software | Tagged , , , , , , , , , |

Skybook Facebook client for Windows Mobile

Even though our enjoyment of Twitter has caused Facebook to go the way of MySpace for us at AuctioneerTech – something checked infrequently, usually at the behest of the automated emails sent any time something happens – we still recognize … Continue reading

Posted in gadgets, services, software | Tagged , , , , , , , , , |

Hosted Exchange allows users to share Outlook without headache

Microsoft Outlookis the best corporate email and scheduling tool. That’s a tough statement to make as an open source advocate, but until the open source equivalent called Evolution matures, Outlook will remain the corporate standard for email, calendar and scheduling. … Continue reading

Posted in services, software | Tagged , , , , , , , , |

Windows and email

Recently, I was astounded at the amount of anti-Vista sentiment at the National Auctioneers Association convention. Vista isn’t evil. It’s a much more secure operating system than XP and I rest easier at night knowing that most of my users … Continue reading

Posted in software | Tagged , , , , , |