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Exchange and WebDAV
Due to the widespread of worms and virii, Microsoft did implement a security lock down on e-mail since 2002. This also includes the lock down on the programmatic access of e-mail. First, e-mails cannot be sent through Outlook, Outlook Express, MAPI or even CDO (if it depends on MAPI). Second, access to e-mail in Inbox through API has been limited as well. Third, some certain attachment types cannot be opened inside Outlook. This has created a lot of problems in automating e-mail sending and receiving ......

Posted On Saturday, November 20, 2004 12:49 PM

XML Whining
I know that I might be whining but sometimes I really hate XML. I totally agreed that XML is very useful since it allows us to express hierarchical or unstructured information in the form that human and machine can understand. However, what I really hate is more about XML API. It seems that any XML API that I used before isn't intuitive enough to handle complex XML document including namespace and multi-layer XML document. Sometimes, I spent a long time just to find out how to do it using XML API... ......

Posted On Friday, November 19, 2004 5:30 PM

Gmail with POP3

Gmail has already been offering Pop3 access to its GMail account while Hotmail just stopped doing it for free.

Update: To find how to configure POP3 with GMail, you need to login to Gmail and go through GMail POP3 help in help page.

Posted On Thursday, November 18, 2004 7:34 PM

A Guy Worth Hiring
Chris Sells pointed out that there is an impressive way to distribute CV.

Posted On Thursday, November 11, 2004 1:36 PM

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