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>Problem sa update-om Office 2008 for MAC sa 12.0 na 12.1

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After applying the Office 2008 for Mac SP1 Updater, some uses are experiencing a problem where the Setup Assistant starts up every time they try to launch any Office application.

This situation is a result of when the Office Setup Assistant detects that an invalid Product Key was used to install Office 2008. David Pelton, Microsoft MacBU core lead test has outlined below how to fix the problem and requests users to work with him to help chase down the issue to keep it from happening in the future.

HOW TO GET THROUGH THIS ISSUE

Some users who have installed Office 2008 for Mac Service Pack 1 are reporting an issue that occurs after installation. The issue causes the Office Setup Assistant to open when they try to open an Office application. This situation occurs when the Office Setup Assistant detects that an invalid Product Key was used to install Office 2008.

To resolve this issue, please move the following files to the Trash:

  • /Users/username/Library/Preferences/Microsoft/Office 2008/Microsoft Office 2008 settings.plist
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  • /Applications/Microsoft Office 2008/Office/OfficePID.plist
    pid_path.gif

After you complete these steps, open any Office application, and then use the product key that is included with your original installation disk to complete the installation. The product key is located on the back of the Office 2008 for Mac DVD sleeve or on the back of the Install Guide.
For additional assistance, visit the Help and How-To section of the Microsoft Web site.


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>SOLARIS VI komande

>Evo ga OVDE

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>SOLARIS – Rekonfiguracija mreze

>Evo ga ovde

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>Information on bounced messages: NDR Codes

>Please note, that each bounce message is different. Therefore, information relating to

addresses, IP numbers, and domain names listed below will differ from what listed in your

header information. If you have received a bounce message (NDR: Non-Delivery Report) that matches one of the

following messages, find the text that follow below for a complete description.

As you examine an NDR message, look out for a three-digit code, for example, 5.2.1.

If the first number begins with 5.y.z, then it means you are dealing with a permanent error; this message will never be delivered. Occasionally, you get NDRs beginning with 4.y.z, in which case there is hope that email will eventually get through. The place to look for the NDR status code is on the very last line of the report.

NDR codes like 5.5.0 or 4.3.1 may remind you of SMTP errors 550 and 431. Indeed, the 500 series in SMTP has a similar meaning to the 5.y.z codes in an NDR – failure. I expect that you have worked out why there are no 2.y.z NDRs? The reason is that the 2.y.z series mean success, whereas Non-Delivery Reports, by definition, are failures.

NDR Classification As you are beginning to appreciate, these status codes are not random. The first number 4.y.z, or 5.y.z refers to the class of code, for example, 5.y.z is permanent error. Incidentally, we have not seen any status codes beginning with 1.y.z, 3.y.z, or indeed any numbers greater than 5.7.z.

The second number x.1.z means subject. This second digit, 1 in the previous example, gives generic information where as the third digit (z) gives detail. Unfortunately, we have not cracked the complete code for the second digit. However, I have discovered a few useful patterns, for instance, 5.1.x indicates a problem with the email address, as apposed to server or connector problem. In addition, 5.2.x means that the email is too big, somewhere there is a message limit.

Conclusion, it is best to look up your three-digit error in the status code, see NDR table below.

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* 1 Most Common Bounce Reasons

* 2 Explanation of various bounce messages

o 2.1 Message rejected

o 2.2 450: Recipient address rejected: Domain not found

o 2.3 500: Recipient address rejected: Recipient mailbox is full

o 2.4 503: Improper use of SMTP command pipelining

o 2.5 540: < email@domain.com >: Recipient address rejected

o 2.6 550: abcdefghijk@excite.com: User unknown

[edit] Most Common Bounce Reasons

* Message rejected: The mailserver used does not match the domain specified

* 450: Recipient address rejected: Domain not found

* 450: unknown[10.123.123.123] : Client host rejected: Too many mails sent!; from=emaillist@domain.com

* 500: Recipient address rejected: Recipient mailbox is full

* 503: Improper use of SMTP command pipelining

* 540: email@domain.com : Recipient address rejected: Your email has been returned because the intended recipient’s email account has been suspended.

* 550: abcdefghijk@excite.com: User unknown

* 550: name.mail.domain.net[10.x.xxx.xx]: Client host rejected: More than X concurrent connections per subnet

* 554: unknown[10.xxx.xxx.xx]: Client host rejected: Access denied

* 554: Client host rejected: cannot find your hostname, [10.xxx.xx.xxx]; from=xxxxx@hotmail.com

* 554: Sender address rejected: Access denied

* 554: Service unavailable; [10.xxx.xx.xxx] blocked using relays.ordb.org, reason: This mail was handled by an open relay – please visit http://ORDB.org/lookup/?host=10.X.X.X

* 554: Relay access denied; from= to= – reject: header Subject: (Email Subject Line)

* Remote host said: 554 Service unavailable; [XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX] blocked using blackholes.excite.com

[edit] Explanation of various bounce messages

[edit] Message rejected

The mailserver used does not match the domain specified

This message was not delivered because the headers indicate that it is coming from an email service other than the one indicated by the IP address. It is a common practice of Spammers to forge message headers in this manner, therefore this type of message will not be delivered.

For example, a message with a return address of 1user@domainname.com which was actually sent through a service with an IP address which does not match domainname.com will be rejected for this reason.

[edit] 450: Recipient address rejected: Domain not found

450 unknown[10.123.123.123]: Client host rejected: Too many mails sent!; from=emaillist@domain.com

To protect email system from being flooded by email list administrators, or in some cases by “spammers,” ISP’s have instituted “rules” to gate incoming email to their systems.

These rules are mostly based on common industry practices as to how to send large amounts of email without causing potential harm to the recipient’s mail server.

Unfortunately, from time to time, we are forced to “soft bounce messages because the mailing it was a part of exceeded one or more of the rules for incoming email. However, a “soft bounce” means that we will deliver the email in question, although it will result in a short delay in receipt.

The mail servers that were responsible for delivering the bounced message may have been blocked due to a high number of concurrent connections. This type of abuse is usually indicative of a “spammer” trying to send unsolicited commercial emails. Therefore, the message was blocked along with all other messages from that mail server. This decision is made automatically by computer programs and do result in a significant percentage of false positives. Since the email provider in question has been added to one or more block list(s), the bounced message will continue to be generated.

[edit] 500: Recipient address rejected: Recipient mailbox is full

The email address in question is over its storage limit. For example:

* Excite mail accounts are currently set up with 125MBs of storage space, or 10,000 emails.

* The storage limit for a free Yahoo! Mail account is 1GB.

*

When an email account goes over the quota, emails sent to that account will be

“bounced” back to the sender until the space has been cleared. Unfortunately, we have no

way of knowing if the member in question is aware of the status of their storage space, or

the frequency with which they check their quota.

At ACOR, since many of our subscribers go away for treatment for long periods of time, we receive a lot of those error messages.

[edit] 503: Improper use of SMTP command pipelining

The message was sent in a non-conventional, non-standard way. You should have the

sender of this email contact us if they have further questions.

[edit] 540: < email@domain.com >: Recipient address rejected

Your email has been returned because the intended recipient’s email account has been suspended. The account must be

re-activated to receive incoming messages.

As noted often in the Free Email Services Terms of Service, email accounts that have not been accessed

for more than xxxx days may be deactivated.

If you are an Excite Member, you can reactivate your account by simply signing in to your

Email account, where you will be prompted with a message asking if you would like to

reactivate your email account. After agreeing to do so, your email address will automatically

be reactivated. Please note it may take up to two hours for you to begin receiving new

email messages after you’ve reactivated the account, and remember to access your email

at least once every 60 days to prevent this from occurring in the future.

If you received a “bounced” message to one of the Free Email Services Providers email

user, we suggest that you find an alternate mean of communicating with them to let them

know their email account is now inactive, and that they need to access their Inbox

to reactive their email account.

[edit] 550: abcdefghijk@excite.com: User unknown

If the Excite email account in question is generating “bounced” message that state “User

Unknown” when an individual attempts to send email to it, it could mean that the email

account was not activated after the user registered for their Excite Member account.

For the Excite email account to have been activated, the Member would need to have been

signed into their Excite Member account. From there, they would have been prompted to

agree with the Excite email system’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy by selecting the

“Accept and Continue” option. Once this was complete, the Member would need to have

signed into the Excite email account to fully activate it. Furthermore, the account will not

start receiving email until 1 hour after it has been fully activated.

If you are sure that the Excite email account in question has been fully activated, and the

account in question is still generating “User Unknown” bounced messages, please contact

your email administrator, and ask them to contact us at emailadmin@cs.excite.com for

further assistance.

550: name.mail.domain.net[10.x.xxx.xx]: Client host rejected: More than 20 concurrent connections per subnet

It appears that the mail servers that were responsible for delivering the message to us were

temporarily blocked due to a high number of concurrent connections. This type of abuse is

usually indicative of a “spammer” trying to send unsolicited commercial emails. Therefore,

the message was blocked along with all other messages from that mail server at that time.

However, it is likely that the block was subsequently removed.

554: unknown[10.xxx.xxx.xx]: Client host rejected: Access denied

554: Sender address rejected: Access denied

Your message is being blocked by our site because it either had characteristics similar to

“spam” (unsolicited commercial email), or you’re sending your message from an Internet

Service Provider (ISP) or email provider who has been identified as having allowed spam to

be generated from their facilities. For the protection of our members, we do not deliver

bulk, unsolicited emails to Excite email accounts.

For example, it is possible that the subject line of the message in question may have been

identified by our email servers as unsolicited commercial mail (AKA: Spam) and thus was

returned. We ask that you retry sending your message with a different subject line. Please

ensure that the subject line of the message does not contain more than 15 identical

characters.

For instance, if a subject line contains 15 identical consecutive characters, such as 15 “a”s

or 15 “!”s it may be rejected on our end.

However, if your ISP or email provider has been added to our block list, your email message

to @excite.com will continue to be rejected or a bounced message will continue to be

generated. If this is the case, please contact your email administrator, and ask them to

contact us for further assistance.

554: Sender address rejected: Access denied

– This address is listed on our “black list” of email addresses, or is on the black list of one of

the spam filter lists we use to lessen the amount of Spam our users receive. You should

have the owner of this address contact us if they have questions.

554: Service unavailable; [10.xxx.xx.xxx] blocked using relays.ordb.org, reason: This mail was handled by an open relay – please visit http://ORDB.org/lookup/?host=10.X.X.X

The message in question was blocked because it came from a domain or IP address that is

currently listed with one of our Spam filters. These filters are utilized to help prevent

excessive spamming to our email providers. If your domain or IP address is listed with any

of the four Spam filters we currently use, your message will not be delivered.

If you believe that you have been unfairly added to any or all of these particular lists,

please contact the website in question:

* Ordb (relays.ordb.org)

* Spamcop (bl.spamcop.net)

* Osirusoft (socks.relays.osirusoft.com)

* Wirehub (blackholes.wirehub.net)

* Spamhaus

554: Client host rejected: cannot find your hostname, [10.xxx.xx.xxx]; from=xxxxx@hotmail.com

554: Relay access denied; from=email@domain.com to=email@anotherdomain.com

This error means that the person sending the email was not authorized to use the email

server (SMTP) server to send email. They should contact their ISP or email provider.

reject: header Subject: (Email Subject Line Here)

This subject line is on our “black list” of subject lines, or is on the black list of one of the

spam filter lists we use to lessen the amount of Spam our users receive. You should have

the sender of this email contact us if they have questions, or ask them, to change the

subject line, which unfortunately appears to have been used as the subject of a “spam” message at some time.

Remote host said: 554 Service unavailable; [XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX] blocked using blackholes.excite.com

We have recently received a large number of abuse complaints regarding your account (and/or your ISP). As a result, we have bounced your email message back to you.

This means your IP number (represented above by XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) has been blocked due to spamming activity by you, or someone using the same IP address or IP address range from your ISP. You may wish to let your ISP know of the situation. While this blocks are usually temporary, if we see repeated activity from this IP address or IP address range, it may be permanently blocked from sending email to our mail system

We hope this answers your questions about bounced email to our mail system.

Standard SMTP Reply Codes:

Code Description

211 System status, or system help reply.

214 Help message.

220 Domain service ready.

Ready to start TLS.

221 Domain service closing transmission channel.

250 OK, queuing for node node started.

Requested mail action okay, completed.

251 OK, no messages waiting for node node.

User not local, will forward to forwardpath.

252 OK, pending messages for node node started.

Cannot VRFY user (e.g., info is not local), but will take message for this user and attempt delivery.

253 OK, messages pending messages for node node started.

354 Start mail input; end with ..

355 Octet-offset is the transaction offset.

421 Domain service not available, closing transmission channel.

432 A password transition is needed.

450 Requested mail action not taken: mailbox unavailable.

ATRN request refused.

451 Requested action aborted: local error in processing.

Unable to process ATRN request now

452 Requested action not taken: insufficient system storage.

453 You have no mail.

454 TLS not available due to temporary reason.

Encryption required for requested authentication mechanism.

458 Unable to queue messages for node node.

459 Node node not allowed: reason.

500 Command not recognized: command.

Syntax error.

501 Syntax error, no parameters allowed.

502 Command not implemented.

503 Bad sequence of commands.

504 Command parameter not implemented.

521 Machine does not accept mail.

530 Must issue a STARTTLS command first.

Encryption required for requested authentication mechanism.

534 Authentication mechanism is too weak.

538 Encryption required for requested authentication mechanism.

550 Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable.

551 User not local; please try forwardpath.

552 Requested mail action aborted: exceeded storage allocation.

553 Requested action not taken: mailbox name not allowed.

554 Transaction failed.

NDR Code Explanation of Non-Delivery Report error codes from Email Servers

4.2.2 The recipient has exceeded their mailbox limit. It could also be that the delivery directory on the Virtual server has exceeded its limit.

4.3.1 Not enough disk space on the delivery server. Microsoft say this NDR maybe reported as out-of-memory error.

4.3.2 Classic temporary problem, the Administrator has frozen the queue.

4.4.1 Intermittent network connection. The server has not yet responded. Classic temporary problem. If it persists, you will also a 5.4.x status code error.

4.4.2 The server started to deliver the message but then the connection was broken.

4.4.6 Too many hops. Most likely, the message is looping.

4.4.7 Problem with a timeout. Check receiving server connectors.

4.4.9 A DNS problem. Check your smart host setting on the SMTP connector. For example, check correct SMTP format. Also, use square brackets in the IP address [197.89.1.4] You can get this same NDR error if you have been deleting routing groups.

4.6.5 Multi-language situation. Your server does not have the correct language code page installed.

5.0.0 SMTP 500 reply code means an unrecognised command. You get this NDR when you make a typing mistake when you manually try to send email via telnet.

More likely, a routing group error, no routing connector, or no suitable address space in the connector. (Try adding * in the address space)

This status code is a general error message in Exchange 2000. In fact Microsoft introduced a service pack to make sure now get a more specific code.

5.1.x Problem with email address.

5.1.0 Often seen with contacts. Check the recipient address.

5.1.1 Another problem with the recipient address. Possibly the user was moved to another server in Active Directory. Maybe an Outlook client replied to a message while offline.

5.1.2

SMTP; 550 Host unknown. An error is triggered when the host name can’t be found. For example, when trying to send an email to bob@ nonexistantdomain.com.

5.1.3

Another problem with contacts. Address field maybe empty. Check the address information.

5.1.4

Two objects have the same address, which confuses the categorizer.

5.1.5

Destination mailbox address invalid.

5.1.6

Problem with homeMDB or msExchHomeServerName – check how many users are affected. Sometimes running RUS (Recipient Update Service) cures this problem. Mailbox may have moved.

5.1.7

Problem with senders mail attribute, check properties sheet in ADUC.

5.2.x

NDR caused by a problem with the large size of the email.

5.2.1

The message is too large. Else it could be a permissions problem. Check the recipient’s mailbox.

5.2.2

Sadly, the recipient has exceeded their mailbox limit.

5.2.3

Recipient cannot receive messages this big. Server or connector limit exceeded.

5.2.4

Most likely, a distribution list or group is trying to send an email. Check where the expansion server is situated.

5.3.0

Problem with MTA, maybe someone has been editing the registry to disable the MTA / Store driver.

5.3.1

Mail system full. Possibly a Standard edition of Exchange reached the 16 GB limit.

5.3.2

System not accepting network messages. Look outside Exchange for a connectivity problem.

5.3.3

Remote server has insufficient disk space to hold email. Check SMTP log.

5.3.4

Message too big. Check limits, System Policy, connector, virtual server.

5.3.5

Multiple Virtual Servers are using the same IP address and port. See Microsoft TechNet article: 321721 Sharing SMTP. Email probably looping.

5.4.0

DNS Problem. Check the Smart host, or check your DNS. It means that there is no DNS server that can resolve this email address. Could be Virtual Server SMTP address.

5.4.1

No answer from host. Not Exchange’s fault check connections.

5.4.2

Bad connection.

5.4.3

Routing server failure. No available route.

5.4.4

Cannot find the next hop, check the Routing Group Connector. Perhaps you have Exchange servers in different Routing Groups, but no connector.

5.4.6

Tricky looping problem, a contact has the same email address as an Active Directory user. One user is probably using an Alternate Recipient with the same email address as a contact.

5.4.7

Delivery time-out. Message is taking too long to be delivered.

5.4.8

Microsoft advise, check your recipient policy. SMTP address should be cp.com.

NOT server.cp.com.

5.5.0

Underlying SMTP 500 error. Our server tried ehlo, the recipient’s server did not understand and returned a 550 or 500 error. Set up SMTP logging.

5.5.2

Possibly the disk holding the operating system is full. Or could be a syntax error if you are executing SMTP from a telnet shell.

5.5.3

More than 5,000 recipients. Check the Global Settings, Message Delivery properties.

5.5.5

Wrong protocol version

5.6.3

More than 250 attachments.

5.7.1

Permissions problem. For some reason the sender is not allowed to email this account. Perhaps an anonymous user is trying to send mail to a distribution list.

Check SMTP

Virtual Server Access Tab. Try checking this box: Allow computers which successfully authenticate to relay

User may have a manually created email address that does not match a

System Policy.

5.7.2

Distribution list cannot expand and so is unable to deliver its messages.

5.7.3

Check external IP address of ISA server. Make sure it matches the SMTP publishing rule.

5.7.4

Extra security features not supported. Check delivery server settings

5.7.5

Cryptographic failure. Try a plain message with encryption.

5.7.6

Certificate problem, encryption level maybe to high.

5.7.7

Message integrity problem.

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>Otvaranje drugih mailboxova u OWA

>U EMC-u izaberes mailbox i kliknes desno na “Manage Full Access Permission” . Dodas sebe.
Nakon toga odes u OWA-u, logujes se sa svojim USN/PSW i u gornjem desnom uglu promenis mailbox.

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>POP3 i SMTP za Windows Live

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POP3 is a way to receive the e-mail messages in your Hotmail Inbox on other devices or services (for example, on your mobile phone, in an e-mail program on your computer, or in a different e-mail service). You don’t need to change any Hotmail settings, but the mobile phone, e-mail program, or service may need you to enter your Hotmail POP3 settings when you’re adding your Hotmail account.

Hotmail POP3 settings:

Field

Value

Incoming POP server

pop3.live.com

Incoming POP mail port

995

POP SSL required

Yes

User name

Your Windows Live ID (for example: example555@hotmail.com)

Password

The password you use to sign in to Hotmail

Outgoing SMTP server

smtp.live.com

Outgoing SMTP mail port

25 or 587

Authentication required

Yes (your Windows Live ID and password)

TLS/SSL required

Yes (select TLS if available, if not select SSL)


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>Instalacija WEBMINa na Solaris

>http://www.webmin.com/solaris.html

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>Command Line Download – Solaris WGET

>/opt/csw/bin/wget http://adresa/ime.fajla.tar

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>VMTools na Ubuntu 8.04

>For ubuntu, you will need to extract the tar.gz by first copying it to your home directory then running

tar xzvf filename.tar.gz
cd directoryname
sudo ./vmware-tools-config

I think it’s called vmware-tools-config but it might be something else, you should be able to find it though.

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