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Gee, I only worked 11 hours today... As opposed to 62 last week (M-F). I'm gonna cry all the way to the bank.

The little computer I put together from parts for $525 on Sunday (one of the small case Shuttles) has gotten rave reviews at the office. Too bad they didn't want to use it for NAT at a customer site - yupper management shot it down. I guess they'd rather buy some proprietary crap for too much money. $525, nothing on sale, off the shelf at Frys. 2 hours to assemble from closed box to first boot, with one hand. I'll be bringing it home this weekend... whereupon it's become the fastest box in the house.

Now I sleep...


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Jun. 20th, 2003 12:17 am (UTC)
Outlook not working so message here
Ravan: I love you. Your grandma is in the hospital again. Please email your mom you cell number as it got scrunged in her notebook and is illegible. Shands at UF, room 7452A, Hospital number is 352-265-0111 and ask for room number I think. Not sure of how to call in yet as she just got into room at 2 a.m.~~jemyl
Jun. 20th, 2003 09:09 am (UTC)
Re: Outlook not working so message here
Sent. You might want to get a backup mailreader. Outlook is nasty.
Jun. 21st, 2003 10:19 pm (UTC)
Re: Outlook not working so message here
So far I have been using aol to send mail because the outlook never seems to work. What do you suggest I get to solve this problem. I hat not being able to just jot off a comment when I get email on one of my non-aol accounts.
Jun. 22nd, 2003 03:39 pm (UTC)
Re: Outlook not working so message here
Eudora, or Mozilla's mailreader. Both allow you to access multiple POP boxes, IIRC. Mozilla (Netscape) is free, although I don't know how well it works in Windows. Eudora has an adware "sponsored" version for free, or a no ad version for $39.95. (http://www.eudora.com) I rather liked Eudora as a stand-alone mailreader the last time I used it.
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