Saturday, September 22, 2012

Importing and Exporting Address Books in MS Outlook 2007

Importing to MS Outlook 2007

To import an address book from another email client:
  • Start MS Outlook.
  • Go to File on the menu bar, and select Import and Export

  • In the Import and Export Wizard window, select the Import from another... option.
  • Click Next.

  • In the Import a File window, select the Comma Seperated Values (Windows) option.
  • Click Next.

  • If prompted to install a translator, click Yes

  • In the Import a File window, click the Browse button and located a *.csv file located on your computer.
  • When you have found it, click Open then Next.

  • You may need to adjust some of the fields before completing the Import. When you are finished, click OK.

  • In the Import a File window, click Finish, and the address book file will be imported into Outlook.

Exporting from MS Outlook 2007

To export your MS Outlook 2007 address book for use in another email client:
  • Start Outlook.
  • Go to File on the menu bar, and select Import and Export.

  • In the Import and Export Wizard window, select the Export to a file option.
  • Click Next.

  • In the Export a File window, select the Comma Seperated Values (Windows) option.
  • Click Next.

  • In the Export a File window, select Contacts as the folder to export from.
  • Click Next.

  • In the Export a File window, click Browse and select a location to save your *.csv file on your computer (e.g. your desktop).
  • Give it a name and press Save, followed by Next.

  • In the Export a File window, insure that the actions are to export "Contacts from folder: Contacts.
  • Click Finish when you are done, and your address book will be exported.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Malformed e-mail address

When a user put a malformed address like:
to: "Zaheer Baig" <
Then he received massage that is
"The following receipient(s) cannot be reached:
'' on 9/14/2012 5:12PM
501 <''>: malformed address: '> may not follow

That will cause a error on most MTAs as it is a non RFC compliant email address due to the missing right close bracket.
you should write correct your email address like,dont miss right close bracket
not like this  <'

Saturday, September 15, 2012

How to disable ACPI

  • 1-Restart your computer.
  • 2-Press the key indicated during the startup messages (usually one of the "F" keys) to enter BIOS.
  • 4-Highlight the ACPI entry, press "Enter," select "Disabled" and press "Enter" again.
  • 5-Press "Esc" and "Y" to exit and save.

  • Tuesday, August 28, 2012

    How can we block website using Window xp

    1. Get the web address of the site that you want to block. You can do this by opening your Internet browser and visiting the website. When the address appears in the bar at the top of your browser, right-click on it. From the menu that appears, select "Copy" and then close your browser.
    2.  Click on "Start > all programs > accessories > command prompt."
    3. Wait for the command prompt window to open, and when it does, type in "notepad C:/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/hosts".
    4. Wait for the Notepad program to launch, and when it does, navigate to the line that begins with " localhost." Under that line, type in "" and hit the "Space bar" once. Right-click the space you've just created and select "Paste" from the menu that appears. It will then copy in the address of the website you copied earlier.
    5. Click on "File > save." Now, the website you added to the list will be blocked.

    How can we block diffrent website using window 7

    Following are the steps by which you can block certain website with passwords

    Step 1
    Click Start > Control Panel > Internet Options.

    Step 2
    Click the "Content" tab on the top toolbar and select "Parental Controls." Click "Create a New User Account." To set parental controls and block web content, you must create a new user account.

    Step 3
    Enter the new account name and click "Create an Account." If you are creating an account for a child, enter her name.

    Step 4
    Select "On, Enforce Current Settings" under the Parental Controls option. Click "Block Some Websites or Content." Click "Windows Vista Web Filter."

    Step 5
    Click the "Edit the Allow and Block List" link. Enter the website address into the space bar and click "Block." Click "OK" to close.

    Step 6
    Restart the computer. Click the new user name icon and set the password at the log on screen. A password will now be required to access the specific websites that are blocked.

    Sunday, June 24, 2012

    How to make USB bootable for window 7

    1. Insert your USB (4GB+ preferable) stick to the system and backup all the data from the USB as we are going to format the USB to make it as bootable.
    2. Open elevated Command Prompt. To do this, type in CMD in Start menu search field and hit Ctrl + Shift + Enter. Alternatively, navigate to Start > All programs >Accessories > right click on Command Prompt and select run as administrator.
    3. When the Command Prompt opens, enter the following command:
    DISKPART and hit enter.
    LIST DISK and hit enter.
    Once you enter the LIST DISK command, it will show the disk number of your USB drive. In the below image my USB drive disk no is Disk 1.
    4. In this step you need to enter all the below commands one by one and hit enter. As these commands are self explanatory, you can easily guess what these commands do.
    SELECT DISK 1 (Replace DISK 1 with your disk number)
    (Format process may take few seconds)
    Bootable USB

    Don’t close the command prompt as we need to execute one more command at the next step. Just minimize it.
    5. Insert your Windows DVD in the optical drive and note down the drive letter of the optical drive and USB media. Here I use “D” as my optical (DVD) drive letter and “H” as my USB drive letter.
    6. Go back to command prompt and execute the following commands:
    D:CD BOOT and hit enter. Where “D” is your DVD drive letter.
    CD BOOT and hit enter to see the below message.
    (Where “H” is your USB drive letter)

    USB Bootable
    7. Copy Windows DVD contents to USB.
    You are done with your bootable USB. You can now use this bootable USB as bootable DVD on any computer that comes with USB boot feature (most of the current motherboards support this feature).
    Note that this bootable USB guide will not work if you are trying to make a bootable USB on XP computer.

    Only Last Two steps Are Modified

      • This does not work on Windows XP.
      • Vista/Windows 7:
        • Start > (type in the search bar) cmd , then press Enter.

    1. 2
      Once inside the command prompt, type in: diskpart , then press Enter.

      • After that, a new window, diskpart, will appear.

    2. 3
      Once inside this new window, type in: list disk . All active drives will be displayed to the command prompt.

      • After that is done, you will want to select your USB. Typically, it's always the smallest one in size, so you will always be able to tell which one it is. Type in: select disk 1 .

      • Clean your USB. Be sure to back up all data stored on the USB you are using, because you will lose all your data in this step. Type in: clean .

    3. 4
      Now you will create a partition for the USB. Type in: create partition primary .

    4. 5
      Type in: select partition 1 . This will select the partition you have just created.

      • Now type in: active . This will make the partition active on the USB.

    5. 6
      Format your USB. This could take awhile depending on the size of the drive and the processing power of your computer. It could take anywhere from a few seconds to 45 minutes. Type in: format fs=ntfs .

      • Once completed, type in: assign .

    6. 7
      Now that you a bootable USB, type in: exit . Congratulations, you now have a bootable USB.
    7. 8
      Insert your Windows Vista or Windows 7 DVD into your computer. Open the DVD from windows explorer(My computer). You might have to right-click, then click on "Open".

      • Once you have done that, select all that you see and transfer to your USB.

    8. 9
      Install your operating system. You will have to go into your BIOS, which can only be accessed when your computer first turns on. You have the option, when the computer boots, to press F2 key and access your BIOS. When you enter your BIOS, make sure your USB is plugged in and go to boot options and then boot device priority and make sure your USB is the first one on the list. That way when your computer reboots, it will load from the USB, thus enabling you to install your Operating System.

    Wednesday, May 2, 2012

    how to take excle file backup automatically and put password on excel file

    Automatic Backup (.XLK) when File is Saved (#auto)

    Setting up for automatic backup of a file.  (on a single file basis, not global)
    • Save the file
    • Save As (F12 key), then on the Save As Dialog menus: Tools --> General Options, check “Always create backup copy”.  Answer “Yes” when prompted to replace the old document.  Your new document is identical except that the new one saves a backup each time you save the file.
    Now, as to the backups: they are always one save behind the original document.  Excel backups have the original name and the suffix .xlk (with a displayed filetype of “Microsoft Excel Backup File”), and will appear in the same folder as the original.  With the Excel backup you can use Autosave and backup simultaneously. 

    Tuesday, May 1, 2012

    What is the difference between bridged, NAT and host-only networking? Which should I use?

    A virtual machine in VMware Server, Workstation and Player can have virtual network cards that are "bridged", "NAT" or "host-only".
    In Linux, a network of each type is created when running In Windows, they are automatically created. If you didn't create them the first time was run, you can re-run it.
    Comparison of the network types
    Type Bridged NAT
    (Network Address Translation)

    Description The VM appears as if it was
    a physical host on the network.
    The VM hides behind the IP address of the VMware host. Other VMs in the same NAT network can access it directly. The VM can only access the VMware host and other VMs in the same host-only network
    IP address The VM requires it's own IP address from the network it is supposed to  belong to.
    The VM can have any private IP configured on the VMware host. 
    Accessibility from network Same as a physical host Hides behind NAT, so port forwarding on the VMware host required if external access required Not accessible from external network unless routed via another VM with access to both external network and the same host-only network
    Use cases  An always-on server hosted on VMware, or a virtual router or firewall  VMs intended for testing, or cases when the amount of IP addresses in the external network is limited. VMs intended for testing with no need to access the network, or VMs which will be protected by a firewall in another VM.
    Other Known to have problems with some wireless chipsets especially with Linux, also with Windows Vista. NAT is really a host-only network with a default gateway (on the VMware host) that routes and NATs.