BizTalk and Webmail Debugging Tip

After I stopped ROFL’ing after reading Addy’s post about combining Webmail with BizTalk, and somewhat composing myself, I thought that this might actually be a good lesson to all the BizTalk users in the area who may be using webmail accounts to help test their BizTalk applications. 


So, to further public awareness, regardless of whether you read Addy Santo’s post, above, or not, please take care to set your Outlook test settings to leave email on your webmail server…  (Tools -> E-mail accounts -> View/Change -> Change -> More Settings -> Advanced -> Leave a copy of messages on the server)


Gratuitous plug: Addy’s blog is here


Sometimes the funniest stories are the ones that hit closest to home.  I’ve made this mistake before, and had a hard time laughing before…  This time, I didn’t seem to have a problem…  Hmmm, interesting…

MCMS Support for Telerik Editor

The Telerik r.a.d.editor is a high-end WYSIWYG content editor that enables non-technical users of Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) to create and manage rich HTML content as easily as writing a document. Featuring a familiar Word-like interface and a set of intuitive tools, r.a.d.editor can quickly replace the default HTML Placeholder in MCMS-based applications.





r.a.d.editor MCMS edition is available at no cost to all customers of Microsoft Content Management Server. However, this is not a freeware, but rather a commercial product that is sponsored by Microsoft.




Posting credit to Mark Harrison

Commerce Server 2002 Chat (June 2004)

Commerce Server 2002: Feature Pack 1, Service Pack 3 & the Roadmap
This chat will focus discussion on the Commerce Server 2002 Feature Pack 1, the Commerce Server Roadmap and Service Pack 3! We will also be taking any general questions that you have about Commerce Server 2002. You bring the questions our experts will supply the answers.


June 10, 2004  10AM Pacific Time


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Link to Last Month’s Commerce Server 2002 Chat (May 2004)