Managing Your Mailbox Size In Office365 Exchange Email (using archive)

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Background I’ve been using Microsoft exchange for many many years hosted through different exchange hosted providers.  For the last year or so I’ve been using Microsoft’s Office365 solution.  At this point, I’ve got over 10Gig of email which means that every time I set up outlook on a new computer it’s a long wait until all the email gets downloaded (ost file bloat). The Solution / Enable Archive! Turns out, that built into Office365 (I assume exchange also) there is a simple solution.  You simply log into your office365 admin portal and turn on archiving. In my case, I log in to https://outlook.office365.com/owa/ choose “Exchange” then, on the right sidebar choose enable archiving. This will automatically create a … Continue Reading

SpreadSheetGear Made My Life Easy Today For Creating Excel File In ASP.NET

  A Little Background As we announced a couple days, Silicon Valley Code Camp is going to have QR Codes on badges this year.  We are currently guessing we will have about 3000 people registered and 1500 attending which means that we need to have the entire badge printing process figured out long before the event (which is October 9th and 10th this year, just 4 weeks away).  Kevin Nilson is leading the charge on this (another key organizer at code camp) and asked me for a spread sheet with some names in it so he could practice making the actual QR bar code. Kevin is a Java guy, and I’m a .Net guy so we need a common format.  The most simple thing seemed to be a csv.  The plan for me is to build a simple aspx page … Continue Reading

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