A.P. Lawrence sells and supports Kerio® Products: Kerio Connect Mail Server, Control Security Firewalls, Operator VOIP Management and Samepage Collaboration.
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Google Collections in G+
This is helpful - Google plus now offers a way to categorize your posts. People who don't want to see my political rants will appreciate that!
Google 2015-05-27 Tony Lawrence
How can I stop people from using Reply-All?
How can I stop people from using Reply-All? We have a distribution list that covers all of our 1,000+ employees. I tell people not to use Reply-All, but they sometimes forget. How can I prevent that?
Forum 2015-05-26 Tony Lawrence
How do I see what was actually delivered by Kerio Mailing Lists?
How do I see the data from them? Like what was delivered and possibly opened? Is there anyway to verify that they all went out?
Troubleshooting 2015-05-25 Tony Lawrence
The last Windows Operating System?
The last Windows Operating System? Perhaps inevitable, but I think it is a risky move
Microsoft 2015-05-22 Tony Lawrence
Is Apple losing its mojo?
Would Steve Jobs have allowed bad Apple Watch apps? Would he even have released the product?
MacOSX 2015-05-21 Tony Lawrence
I added SolidOpinion Comments recently. I'm still not sure that's a good idea but it's better than what I had - maybe!
Site 2015-05-20 Tony Lawrence
Handling retired addresses with Kerio Connect
How to handle ex-employees who still get important mail
Kerio 2015-05-19 Tony Lawrence
Why use a VPN instead of opening ports?
I need to access my security cameras from home. My camera guys says we need to forward ports on the firewall, but my firewall guy says I should use the VPN instead
Forum 2015-05-18 Tony Lawrence
I don't like lists. I REALLY don't like lists. But I do like Wunderlist.
Microsoft 2015-05-15 Tony Lawrence
Homebrew for Mac OS X
Homebrew is yet another package manager for OS X. I suppose it must have advantages, but I didn't find any.
MacOSX 2015-05-14 Tony Lawrence
Unix and Linux startup scripts Part 4, Systemd
Systemd is gaining favor in Linux distributions. This is a big change from inittab and everything else
Basics 2015-05-13 Tony Lawrence
Looking for secret connections
Malware often has secret internet connections. Spotting them in your firewall isn't always easy but I can offer some hints.
Kerio 2015-05-12 Tony Lawrence
Google Password Alert - barn doors and horses
Although two factor authentication protects you more, users who will not or cannot use that might consider this. To me, this seems like a silly answer!
Google 2015-05-11 Tony Lawrence
Using Mint in a micro-business
While accounting programs like Quickbooks are important, a sole proprietor can also benefit from Mint's view of their money
Employment 2015-05-10 Tony Lawrence
Playing with human genetics
Playing with human genetics is scary territory, especially when done in hope of profits.
Science 2015-05-09 Tony Lawrence