If the copy thing does not pan out, there could be a caching server sitting infront of the real server, try adding a no-cache header.
<META HTTP-EQUIV="CACHE-CONTROL" CONTENT="NO-CACHE">
Cider wrote: Wonder if it has something to do with Equation Editor?
EE installs the first time you try to use it. Has anyone who is having problems tried to install EE first (ie. open a new document and then insert an Equation, and it will give you a prompt to install EE) and then try and open w3bbo's file after that.
Nope, I already had EE installed. Word only crashed when I double-clicked on the page header.
Okay, "crashed" isn't the right word, if it did crash, then NT Authority would have closed it or something. Rather, how about: "screws my kernel sideways"
It's not the EE, it's the picture of the graph. I removed all the equations and it still crashed, removed the graph and it's fine.
You could have an ASP.Net webservice running with a function that takes an exception and stuffs it into a DB for you, and have your remote app call said service.
Or you might be able to use Windows error reporting and use MS's servers. Bit of PIvoking required though
This is a good link.
I have never used an offline defrag except for trouble shooting, so unless you are really in a bing, just let Exchange expire the messages by it's self. The Online defrager should take care of most of the day to day stuff for you.
I just had a look in more detail at what I did. Remember Reflector is your friend. The class is in System.Design.dll. The class you are really intreasted in is ParentControlDesigner
Simple answer is inherit your control from panel directly, that will give you drag and drop support. Other than that, have a look at this for ideas
In outlook i think you can delete the recover items by going "Tools" -> "Recover Deleted Items.." and empty that.
The deleted Items policy is enforced on the server, I think that the default is 30 day, there is no way for a client to force the deletion of these messages.
If you really need to recover space you can set this down to zero and do an offline defrag, that should get all your space back but I don't really recommend that.
You need to add a designer atribute, if your control just fuctions like a panel, I think you can use the System.Windows.Forms.Design.PanelDesigner otherwise youll have to write your own designer.
Did something like this for an ASP.NET control some time back.
Does anyone have a good link about how a WM2003 device connects to the network, I thinking of the dialing profiles, and how a network connects to 'Internet' or 'Work'
How does it decide if a program is connectiong to the internet or private network, is it based on the RFC defined address ranges?
I need to define a different proxy depending on what wireless access point I'm using, an hints on how to do that?
A tad confussed at the moment...