A problem I recently came across with is having a calendar on a SharePoint site connected to the Outlook, however, changes made in the Outlook did not synchronize with the site’s calendar. After searching a bit on the net there was no solution to fix the problem, so here it is!
For quite some time I was looking for a way to have a random signature in my mail. I don’t trust most of the applications I found on the internet, plus – the enterprise I work in doesn’t allow third party applications that easily. After asking around a bit and searching for some stuff, I was able to find a pretty good way of doing that, which I will explain below.
Note: A newer version of this class was released: http://www.nangets.net/?p=252
When testing the release version 1.0, I found out it didn’t really work, rather it threw alot of erros. The bugs were reported in the “known bugs” section and were fixed in this release version 1.1. I have tested this a few times now, and it seems to work pretty fine, so I publish it here and now.
Note: A newer version of this class was released: http://www.nangets.net/?p=145
After adding alot more documentation, fixing some unsafe parts and a little bit of optimizing from the beta and alpha releases, I’m glad to say that I have a nice stable release tagged as v1.0. So here is some general info about my project.
Note: A newer version of this class was released: http://www.nangets.net/?p=75
After viewing most of the classes and work-arounds for communicating with a GoldSource server (e.g. Counter-Strike), I’ve decided to build something of my own. It wasn’t easy, took a lot of time and needed much research, however I’ve managed to reach this place – where I have a somewhat working alpha version of my class.
I took myself the “job” of migrating an old PHPNuke ver. 7.1 site to a new Joomla! ver. 1.5 site. Hoping to find some guides and migration tools, I searched the world wide web using several search strings, top searching sites and used chats and forums to get a bit of help. Unfortunately, I haven’t found any helpful document, message or valid tool to work with in migrating the sites, and all the real tools I found were either obsolete or just non-working. Instead of just “giving up”, I started building my own migration code, which I am publishing now for future use, hoping this will help all of you who are still stuck with PHPNuke and want to migrate to Joomla!.