Outlook Macros Part 1: Moving Emails Into Personal Folders
I'd like to take a brief departure from my normal IIS-related blogs and write about something that we use everyday - email; and in my specific situation I am using Microsoft Office Outlook. So if you just want IIS information, you can stop reading now - otherwise, you are proceeding at your own risk. ;-]
FTP Clients - Part 7: Kermit FTP Client
Since I started reviewing FTP clients I've had a few requests to look at a few different FTP clients, and I've managed to analyze a few of those clients in my blog. A few weeks ago I had a request from one of my readers that really caught my interest - Shabbir Talib contacted me through my blog and asked me to review the Kermit FTP Client. I found his request especially appealing because I used to use Kermit before the public learned about the Internet; back then I was using Kermit to access dial-up Bulletin Board Systems (BBS's) and to connect to my college's VAX system. That being said, I hadn't used Kermit in years so I couldn't resist taking a look.
Sending WebDAV Requests in .NET
Earlier today one of my coworkers, John Bocharov, asked me if I had ever done any WebDAV coding in .NET - specifically sending PUT and DELETE requests. I replied that I had, but it had been several months ago, and each time that I had written any WebDAV-related code samples it was for a specific purpose and not very exhaustive. Just the same, I promised John that if I found any of my old code samples I would send them to him. After a bit of searching through my archives I was able to find enough code snippets to throw together a quick sample for PUT and DELETE that John could use, but it made me start thinking about putting together a more complete sample by adding a few extra WebDAV methods, thereby creating a better example to keep around.
Fun with Search Engines (Bing versus [other])
Several months ago I read the following article and I found it fascinating, albeit in a humorous way: