RDP: “The connection has been lost.”

This message was appearing a little too often for my liking: In many cases this problem is caused by a feature known as Auto-Tuning. This is supposed to continually adjust TCP/IP receive window size based on the network conditions at any given moment. … Continue reading

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RIP Smartscreen

Microsoft have included spam-filtering in Exchange for many years, under the SmartScreen name. But from 1st November that will change: there’ll be no more updates and the feature won’t be included in new versions of Exchange Server. Updates for SmartScreen client-side spam-filtering … Continue reading

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The New York Times on email chains

This is some excellent advice on the subject of “When I’m Mistakenly Put on an Email Chain Should I Hit ‘Reply All’ Asking to Be Removed?” https://twitter.com/bydanielvictor/status/771698039908

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