Monday, February 10, 2003

A day doesn't always go the way you think.

Spent a lot of time archiving emails into zip files. Got an automated process up and running to collect the files and zip them overnight. Use the freeware version of zip from over at info-zip.

Restores went faster than I'd anticipated. Maybe Thursday's switch-over will be smother than I'd first thought.

Found out I'll have to go for active-passive clustering on Exchange2k, in order to support the potential concurrant MAPI connections we'll need.

Worked on integrating Sunrise with Active Directory. As Sunrise has no published scripting API, I'm using SendKeys. Works quite well, and may remove the need for the Sunrise contact database.

Thinking about the home XP upgrade, I find I have 20Gb of data on C:\. Not an easy backup job.

Must think of a way to compose this stuff offline, then post.
The end of another weekend.

Church was OK. Songs I didn't know, a good sermon. My eldest seems to be getting the hang of Sunday School, finally.

Felt @!£$% all day. Never mind, work tomorrow.

Going to try and post more regularly, some from home, some from work (lunchtime only, of course!). I'll try to speparate the tech stuff into another blogg. Maybe or something original like that.

Anyway, been online too long as it is. The perils of paying by the minute for your internet access. Roll on ADSL, or cable, or wireless broadband, or something.

Friday, February 07, 2003

Blog @ Work.

Pharmacy, laptops, eSMTP/X.400
We appear to be up and running.
I guess I'll have to think about the implications of this.

Thursday, February 06, 2003

Well, here we go. Maybe we've just entered a brave new world of web publishing, maybe we've just crashed-and-burned. We'll see...