Month: November 2011

PrestaCart issue on IIS 6

There goes an hour of my life I can never get back. To make this thing work go to the back-end and disable the “Enable Canonical Name” doo-dad…. Otherwise, you’ll get an infinite loop/redirect when accessing the cart. I found ONE reference to this using Google – after about an hour….


Willie and Norah Jones, again…

“Baby It’s Cold Outside”


Willie and Norah Jones

Great configuration…

I don’t know why this is here…. [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.webputzer.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/nora.swf” height=”465″ width=”465″ /]


OWA and browser issues….

This is, well, pretty simple. While OWA, in my opinion, is awfully damned nice (1) it doesn’t look terrific in anything but Explorer, and, (2) it’s functionality is kinda crippled in anything other than Explorer. There is, however, a fix for Firefox. Download the “IE2tab” plugin (something like that – that isn’t the correct name) …


Outlook 2003, pop3 setup on local Exchange computer

First of all, this wouldn’t apply to a standard client using Outlook on a remote computer. If you’re installing Exchange and using Outlook on the same computer (or network, probably) you might need to know this……argh: And all of this has to do with my complete lack of experience with the sort of “Groupware” setup …


Exchange/IIS & WordPress Mail Problems

NOTE: regarding the minor “bug in the rug” described below, I’m not smart enough to know if this whole thing is an issue with WordPress and IIS, or WordPress and Exchange. Anyway, I got it resolved, thusly: I had some issues with WordPress and email using IIS and Exchange – email didn’t want to act …


Adding a MIME type – for instance, .flv

UPDATE: To add a mime-type, server-wide, right-click on the server  in the IIS Manager and go to Properties > Mime Types (a button).   If you add them on a per-site basis you right-click on the site, choose Properties > HTTP Headers (a tab) and you’ll see the MIME TYPES button.  The point is: they can …