Twitter Updates for 2007-12-07

  • Poor nights sleep again, but still woke early. Working on application delivery wiki again – Personally Managed Desktops, after a short walk #
  • Meeting Stu and Graham for lunch to talk collaboration #
  • Developing a decision making framework for desktop and application delivery #
  • 1 hour meeting with Ken H turned into 2.5 hours, but it was fun #
  • Sametime 8 now installed on Vista 32, copied files to Vista 64 and they run fine (so far) without an install #
  • @chuckstar76 gave Stu 512MB of memory for your laptop today #
  • Groaning while reading about the new retention policy, I hope we can still just use local archives! #
  • Sametime 8 screen capture now works on multiple monitors! #

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Steve Richards

I'm retired from work as a business and IT strategist. now I'm travelling, hiking, cycling, swimming, reading, gardening, learning, writing this blog and generally enjoying good times with friends and family

1 Response

  1. Tim says:

    solution to crappy corporate retention policies that enforce removal of mail to to some arcane storage system like evault or worse

    if you are using sharepoint WSS3 or MOSS you can email directly to a folder on the sharepoint site – including attachments, either stripping them off and saving them only, saving just the email or both.
    Thus you can either create rules in outlook that email every in coming mail or only certain emails to one or more sharepoint folders – thus you dont need to care about the corporate retention archive. Sharepoint is also searchable.

    the best solution is to create your own pst files and archive locally (manually if you have to) but some corporates create group policy restricting the creation of pst files

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