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  • The new Outlook Express: Windows Mail demoed

    n'other question.

    Right now you have everything stored in a directory - is this heirartical
    As in a sub directory for friends another for buss contacts - or perhaps .contact files anwwhere on the disk , seems to me it should be doable by implemting a virtual folder for .contacts

  • The new Outlook Express: Windows Mail demoed

    Suggestion for the Dev Team:

    You should probably store a hash (at leat MD5) when the message comes in so that you can indicate if the message soource was manually changed (by a person - or by a program) on the file system.
  • Abolade Gbadegesin and team - Networking in Windows Vista

    Great Video -
    Scooble - Great Interview,

    The only suggestio I have is that since channel9 is dev oriented, you should minimize the "what does it give to my mom" questions.
  • Steve Ball - Learning about Audio in Windows Vista

    Are you going to have a per application sound meter?
  • Julie Larson-Green - Diving into the new Office 12

    Does the "new graphics engine" utilize avalon?
  • Shishir Mehrotra - WinFS beta 1 team meeting

    Interesting - This may also make things a bit more diffacult for malware like rootkits (at least for the time being) - because now it also has to contend with SQL security and it will not be able to hide suspicious metadata of certain files- It would have to crack the DB's security first.

    Question - Is the db engine a close relitive of lets say SQL2005 Express - If so can they both co-exist (different instances?)

    Also - I assume that the relationale asspects of the tables will be accessable via SQL (not just OQL or whatever it is called). Meaing that we can technicly build our apps on top of winfs without having to install sql server 2005.



  • Brad Abrams - CLR'ing his way around the PDC

    Orbit86 wrote:
    AIM48 wrote:
    Orbit86 wrote: yeah lol Nata, especially the IE team where they sleep for 4 hours and work on IE meanwhile everyone wonders why IE has so many leaks..


    Yeah that would explain it. But what do they do the rest of the time Smiley


    they code..with just four hours of sleep..do you see the problem???


    I know , I know - However your statment can be interpreted as "They code for 4 hours while asleep" by someone (like me) looking for a cheap ha ha

  • Brad Abrams - CLR'ing his way around the PDC

    Orbit86 wrote:
    yeah lol Nata, especially the IE team where they sleep for 4 hours and work on IE meanwhile everyone wonders why IE has so many leaks..


    Yeah that would explain it. But what do they do the rest of the time Smiley
  • Brian Jones - New Office file formats announced

    bsoft wrote:
    Looks like the news made Slashdot ~ I was the person wino Submitted it. response so far. seems mixes.  but don't believe that the format will be truly "open''/ not Patent encumbered. -Briar " />


    Frankly I don't think that (and I really hope they didn't) make this change to placate the open source crowd with a sort of "me too" type of thing.

    I hope that this is a considered move on microsoft's part to make it eaiser for ISV's such as myself to interact with office documents so that I and other microsoft customers/partners can make more money selling "Proprietary"  office solutions.