Monthly Archives: January 2006

US protected from grave danger

  Seattle, WA   On Tuesday, the US was protected from an inpouring of illegal workforce through its airports and borders.   http://www.darrenbarefoot.com/archives/2006/01/im-an-alien-an-illegal-alien.html   Once more, the influx of foreign intelligence could be prevented.   However, it’s still recommended to … Continue reading

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My.OutlookMessageRuleAction

We use a server-based filter for unsolicited email that does quite good a job (yes, it’s Brightmail). Nobody is perfect, so some messages still land in the Inbox and need a human touch. There’s a COM-AddIn for Outlook that adds … Continue reading

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Query.dll throws Access Violation during ExitProcess

If you have linked against query.dll (e.g. to use the LoadIFilter API), your app may throw an access violation during ExitProcess when your process is finishing.   A workaround for this (rather nasty) access violation is to call the undocumented CIShutdown … Continue reading

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