It is Saturday, and you should know what that means by now; it’s puzzle time! Feel free to post your answer in the comments.
Month: May 2015
This post originally ran in August 2008. I am reposting it now, as part of my throwback thursday project, to give some of my older quality posts some love. I still use the NATO phonetic alphabet on a weekly, if not daily, basis. Since posting it, I have also become aware of the beautifully designed chart from Outside Open, featured below:
Summer vacation time is closing on those of us in the Northern hemisphere once more. In honor of Towel day and its idea of preparedness, I thought I’d share some thoughts on what tech I bring with me when I travel.
Last week, I showed you how you can create distribution groups. Those groups are relatively worthless, however, without any users added to them. How we go about doing this, depends on what console you decide to use.
The third brain teaser saturday is here, and here, for your puzzling pleasure, is this week’s brain teaser (feel free to post your solution in the comments):
This post originally ran in July 2008. I am reposting it now, as part of my throwback thursday project, to give some of my older quality posts some love. The lessons outlined in this article are as relevant today as they were when the article was originally written.
Distribution Groups, commonly referred to as mailing lists, are practical tools to send email to a number of people, without having to grab each address from the address book. They are also pretty simple to create. Here is how it’s done: