6 posts • joined 12 Mar 2008
Re: Typical, misguided Microsoft
Incorrect. SPLA licensing allows you to do exactly that.
There has been a multi-tenant version of Exchange for years.
Minor correction - Sharepoint is no longer the 'replacement' for Public Folders but it's an addition to them.
Exchange 2013 introduces "Modern Public Folders" which are essentially a mailbox inside a standard database subject to the rules/replication of a database/DAG etc but appear just like a traditional Public Folder to the client.
oops, my memory must be as bad as the stuff Dell are supplying in their new servers. As well as the 3 MBs, PSU and Keyboard, I had the DVD drive replaced as well in July.
The only part of this XPS that's original now is the screen and the HD.
Finally got a reply to warranty request email, (timed 4.30am) gave them all the info that they requested and still no reply.
The email states I must be available at the address stated for the next two days betwee 9 and 5.
So much for same business day response to email, so much for Next Business Day repair.
Paris... because even she can figure out what Next Business Day means.
Oh.. for anyone interested... the ^&^*&^*&* at Dell charge £70+vat for a 2 year extension to the XPS 1330 warranty but if you have an account with them it's only £60. Took them 36 hours to quote me for that.
Support, what support?
My M1330 died on Friday with this exact problem.
Supposed to be 24/7 next business day support but emails to Dell aren't being answered and the live chat has been closed since Friday.
I have 12 days left on the warrranty. So much for their support.
Missing the point
Surely that's the reason why it's a good idea. If you're too pissed to go and vote you can do it from the comfort of your keyboard.
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