I was trying to install Office 2013 Pro Plus recently and was getting this error message “Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper has stopped working” If you put that error message into your favourite search engine there are a variety of suggested solutions, the most popular ones seemed to be. Use Microsoft Fixit Tools to completely remove Office
File this under “I didn’t know it could do that” Using your smartphone to connect to your work email is a pretty standard thing nowadays. They just about all support ActiveSync so your iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry will all do email, calendars and contacts to an Exchange server without much fuss. However, the
I’ve had a problem recently trying to sync some OneNote notebooks. The error message I get when checking the sync status is: An error occurred while attempting to sync this section or notebook. (Error code: 0xE000003D) Looking closer it’s specific parts of the note book that have the problem. They are easy enough to spot.
Everyone once in while when using Outlook you’ll get messages that just refuse to send. Looking down the folder list you see the dreaded number next to the Outbox that lets you know something isn’t quite right Clicking on the folder shows the message just sitting there. You try double clicking the message and pressing
I’m failing at blogging big time at the moment. I’ve had several ideas for posts recently but I seem to start them and can’t finish them. Anyway, this one seemed to write itself so hopefully it’ll be a bit of a kick start! I took a call earlier in the week as someone wanted to
Just a quick one as a reminder as it caught me out! You’re probably aware that Outlook stores the names that appear when you type a mail recipient in an .NK2 file. In the past when moving a user between PCs all we needed to do with grab the .NK2 file from the old PC
Yeah i know….me again. We’ve had a speaker drop out at short notice so I’m going to speaking at AMITPRO this month. The topic is one you’ll probably know is something I quite like talking about – SharePoint! My presentation will be titled – SharePoint as a Helpdesk I’ve had the idea for the while
In part four I mentioned that there would be a problem in the future with this solution. In the second part of this series we created a simple function that generated a HTTP request to send to the Twitter API. As part of that request we sent a username and password. This known as “basic
In part three I said there was bit of functionality left to clear up. We have to run the process manually. We actually did a little bit of the ground work in part two. One of the pieces of code was the main function that brings all the bits and pieces together – it was
Following on from part two I commented that there were a couple of issues outstanding, It doesn’t automatically update the SharePoint list. We have to repeat the list creation process every time. We have to run the process manually. This post will cover the first item on the list and is really straight forward.