Monthly Archives: January 2010

Multiple Exchange Accounts per Outlook Profile

Outlook 2010 now allows multiple Exchange accounts per Outlook profiles. By default the limit is set to three, but from what I am reading you can increase it to 15! I have not tried it yet but here are the instructions:

You can make the change through Group Policy or the registry. The Group Policy setting is located at Administrative Templates, Microsoft Outlook 2010, Account Settings, Exchange. Double-click Set maximum number of Exchange accounts per profile and set the required number of accounts. You need to import the ADMX files onto the machine editing the group policy object before the settings are available.

To make this change in the registry, navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_– USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Exchange and set the DWORD value MaxNumExchange to the new limit (between 1 and 15).

How to disable or uninstall Windows Live Family Safety

I am not sure how this appeared one day on my computer, but for me was very annoying. In the right circumstances this feature would be very useful. Removing it was a little hidden from the usual. To remove in Vista, go to “Uninstall a program”, select “Windows Live Essentials” and click Uninstall/Change. You will… Continue Reading

PMD Consulting at work!

Welcome to PMD Consulting Blog. Here you will find information that we have used to solve and enhance IT systems and infrastructure for business! Continue Reading