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Tagged: July 2004 Blog Posts

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lookout for outlook now freely available via microsoft

after the recent acquisition, you can get it here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=09b835ee-16e5-4961-91b8-2200ba31ea37&displaylang=en http://www.lookoutsoft.com/Lookout/download.html

whidbey ctp bits back on download

msdn will be putting back up the may ctp bits for download for users to mess with the team system elements: http://blogs.msdn.com/buckh/archive/2004/07/22/191822.aspx

visual studio team system delay

some microsofties offer up some reasons why the team system bits were not included in the latest version of the whidbey beta 1 distribution: http://blogs.msdn.com/buckh/archive/2004/07/22/191829.aspx

use infopath to blog

check out the infopath form to write your blog entries: http://weblogs.asp.net/guowu/archive/2004/07/20/187990.aspx

sharepoint toolkit

if you haven't seen the sharepoint toolkit, check it out here: toolkit

sharepoint resource site

thanks to marcel for pointing to another sharepoint resource site on the internet: check it out: http://sharepoint.advis.ch/


last week (early last week) i was helping a client who's machine had been infected with a hack that was adding footers in the iis configuration of a site.  what this was doing was outputing javascript that was attempting to insert the download.ject virus on user machines that visited the site. *last week* i noticed it and the companie's a/v software (mcafee) noticed it as JS/Exploit-DialogArg.B variant (not Download.Ject).  my a/v soft (norton desktop) didn't even notice it.  I could not find any information on the JS/Exploit-DialogArg.B virus def except on mcafee's site stating an “extremely low” warning. guess what...it wasn't that...

sharepoint migration tools

i didn't know about these so i guess i might be “behind the curve” but i thought i'd point you to some sharepoint migration tools that are available on gotdotnet. some include a sts2wss tool and others.


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