Retrieving Email Headers Message MS Outlook

 

Last Updated: 12th December, 2017, 6:20 PMI often ask for email headers when something phishy turns up in someone’s email messages. It’s really quite simple to get this information. Follow the steps below to accomplish this task. This applies to Outlook 2013 and  2016. Your mileage may vary if using a version older than these. Open the suspect message in it’s own windows by double-clicking on the message in question., Click on the File tab and then click on the properties button. When you perform #2 you’ll see another window open that look like this: As you can see in the image above there’s a section labeled Internet headers. Place your cursor in that area, hold… Read More

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Switching Users Windows 7 and Windows 10

 

Last Updated: 2nd December, 2017, 5:25 PMScenario: You come in to the office and sit down at your workstation on Monday morning, but when you go to your computers login screen there’s another users’ username on the screen; usually the network administrator’s username. That’s a pretty good indicator that the network admin was working on your computer remotely making sure things are working correctly by doing some necessary program upgrades/updates, fixing a problem on your computer, or performing work that can only be done after regular office hours. Most Network Administrators I know, including myself, don’t keep track of or store user passwords. User passwords, unless for something very specific… Read More

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How To Put Internet Explorer in Compatibilty Mode

 

Last Updated: 4th March, 2014, 12:50 PMIt didn’t used to be an issue, however as IE 8 became 9 and then 10 and now Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer’s compatibility mode is quickly becoming a critical part of the browsers’ list of functions. The fact that a web browser needs a feature such as compatibility mode bothers me. It suggests that something just isn’t right somewhere. Microsoft isn’t playing by the same rules as the rest of the internet world – no surprise there – however their last two IE versions even have problems with some of their server platform software such as Small Business Server 2011 and it’s remote… Read More

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