Exporting Contacts from iCal
You can take the following steps to export a contact list from iCal 1.5.5
(v670) on a Mac OS X system.
- Click on Window.
- Click on Address Book.
- Under Group, click on All to
- Click on File.
- Select Export Group vCard.
- By default, the file name for the exported
list wil be
All, which will be placed in the
Documents directory for the account under which you are logged
in.. You can change the name and folder,, if you wish. Click on the Save
Changing the Navigation Pane Font Size in Outlook 2010
The mail, calendar contacts, and task folders appear on the left side of the
Outlook 2010 window. If you want to change the font used for those folders,
e.g. to make it larger, you can follow
Changing the Default Font Size for Outlook 2010
If you wish to change the default font used by Outlook 2010 when you are
composing email or replying to or forwarding email that others have sent
you, e.g., you wish to increase the font size, you can follow the steps
Verifying a Windows 2003 SBS System is Functioning as a VPN Server
To ensure a Microsoft Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 system
is functioning as a VPN
server, take the following steps:
- Click on Start.
- Choose All Programs.
- Choose Administrative Tools.
- Choose Routing and Remote Access.
- Right-click on the server name and choose
- Under the General tab, ensure check "Remote
access server" is checked.
- Click on OK.
- You can then close the Routing and Remote Access
You can also verify that the systems is functioning as a VPN server by
obtaining a command prompt and issuing the command
netstat -a | find
"pptp". You should see a "LISTENING" line displayed indicating the
system is listening on the
Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) connection.
C:\>netstat -a | find "pptp"
TCP ANDY:pptp ANDY.example.lan:0 LISTENING
port 1723 is used for PPTP, which you can see if you use
netstat -a, so that numbers are displayed
rather than text descriptions for ports. If a VPN connection is active
at the time you issue the command, you will see the remote IP address
C:\>netstat -an | find "1723"
TCP 0.0.0.0:1723 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING
TCP 192.168.0.8:1723 22.214.171.124:49359 ESTABLISHED
UDP 0.0.0.0:21723 *:*
If you wish to monitor VPN connections on the SBS 2003 sever, see
VPN Connections on SBS 2003.