Wednesday, March 26, 2014

email stuck in outbox in Outlook

I have come across this issue for years in Outlook 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010 when an email can not be sent no matter if you try to hit send receive, reboot, etc. its not too big and email address are ok yet it is stuck in the outbox.

easy fix
Turn off/unplug your network connection and once Outlook is offline (sometimes needs to close outlook and or reboot the PC) then go to your Outlook outbox and delete the item. Connect to your network again. Go to your deleted folder and open up the messages you deleted and resend it.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Apple is going out of business because they said so on the internet

Apple is going out of business because they said so on the internet. Do you want to know what they said?

They said it is a touch ipod yet it requires you to use a button
They said a phone was added to make it an iphone and yet drops calls all the time
They said its boring with the same interface since inception
They said you cant use a standard micro USB cable to charge it
They said you cant use an HDMI cable with out buying an expensive adapter
They said you cant have NFC
They said no to USB host
They said only 1 gig RAM
They said no to silence for years unless you turn it off
They said you are holding it wrong when you have no signal
They said no to easy multi tasking
They said no to adding storage with an SD card, you must buy a new phone and pay off your contract
They said no good working maps, people actually died using them
They said no to Adobe Flash
They said you cant use miracast unless you jailbreak
They said no outside app stores, you are stuck in itunes prison
They said lets innovate by giving you a more expensive charge cable that wont work on older models
They said their latest phone has a fast CPU that's actually slower than a 3 year old phone
They said there is no I in team.


They say BlackBerry is going out of business yet BlackBerry can do all better

No button needed to use it
No dropped calls
New user interface with Hub and more
Can use any Micro USB cable to charge
HDMI port on device
NFC built in
USB host on Z30
2 gig or RAM
Able to truly silence during a meeting
Can hold it anyway you want and still make a call
Easy multi tasking, swipe and tap
Support for 64 gig SD card
BlackBerry maps works
Adobe Flash Support with it super fast browser
Miracast is supported
Support for multiple Adroid app store like Amazon and Snap
My 6 year old 9700 charger works on my new Z30
CPU with 1.5 ghz on a Z10 and Q10 with a 1.7 on Z30

They said I must I go on to prove it, don't you think this is enough?

#TeamBlackBerry