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How to increase Inbox folder size in Outlook express

Hi, I’m using Outlook Express 6 as a Email Client on Windows XP. Suddenly, whenever I attempted to start Outlook Express and open INBOX folder, the following error message was displayed: Folder could not be displayed. Outlook express could not open this folder. Possible causes are: Low disk space. Low memory. So, I googled about […]

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Setting Tomcat Environment Variables on Windows+Unix

This section provides informaton about how to setup different environment variables for tomcat * In a shell or DOS window, change to the "jakarta-tomcat-" directory. * Set the environment variable JAVA_HOME to point to the root directory of your JDK hierarchy. You may optionally add the Java interpreter to your PATH environment variable. The exact […]

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Outlook 2002 – The messaging interface has returned an unknown error

Basically this message comes when the outlook storage capacity is full Outlook, It can’t hold one more message. You can’t delete because the message is only going to another folder inside the file cabinet. Can’t send – no space to hold the message. Super easy fix is – In any folder, deleted, sent, inbox click […]

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CURL with PHP and Apache on Windows

Setting up cURL on Windows test box with PHP and Apache. Here is list of notes: 1. Only install PHP with the zip'd binaries. Don't use the installer. I recommend deleting your current PHP installation and reinstalling with the binaries. Downloading the latest PHP has the added benefit of ensuring its compatible with the version […]

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How to mod_jk and Tomcat 5.5.17 integration on Windows

In this tutorial, apache2 server is installed through wamp server for PHP under c:/wamp/Apache2. Download and install Java 1.5 JDK JDK 5.0 Update 7 Tomcat 5.5.17 apache-tomcat-5.5.17.tar.gz mod_jk 1.2.18 mod_jk-apache-2.x.xx.so Configuration Java JDK path : C:\jdk1.5.0_07 Apache path : C:\wamp\Apache2 Tomcat path : C:\tomcat5 JSP/Servlet webroot (via Apache2/mod_jk) : C:\tomcat5\webapps JSP/Servlet webroot (via native Tomcat […]

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