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Save your Outbound Email Automatically to your Sent Email Folder. No IMAP needed.

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

LuxSci users have a new setting whereby they can choose to have copies of all messages that they send via SMTP from their email programs automatically delivered to their “sent” email folder on the server. This is advantageous in that:

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Outlook WebAideSynch Plugin Now Free to All Users

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

LuxSci’s Outlook WebAideSynch Plugin allows users to import, export, and synchronize their WebAide  Calendars, Tasks, and Address Books with Outlook 2002+ with the touch of a button.

This Outlook Plugin is now available free to all users; previously, an Enterprise WebAides license was required.  This means that users who have not purchased an Enterprise WebAides license now have access to this plugin to synchronize their Calendar, Address Book, and any shared global WebAides with their Outlook client.  Synchronizing with Outlook also makes it easy to synchronize with most mobile devices that have the ability to synchronize with Outlook.

Outlook WebAideSynch works with Outlook version 2002 and newer.  Existing users can download and install this plugin from LuxSci’s help pages: WebAideSynch: Synchronization Plugin for Outlook.

Viewing the Message Source / Full Headers of an Email

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

When diagnosing issues with email delivery and analyzing the properties of an email message, it is almost always the case that one needs to obtain either the “full headers” of the message or the “source” of the message.

The “message source” is the complete raw content that represents the message.  This includes all of the “metadata” about the message (who its from and to, the subject, etc.) as well the body content and all of the attachments. The full message source really contains two distinct parts — the full headers and the body.  The full headers are at the beginning of the message source and continue until a blank line is reached;  one or more blank lines separate the headers from the body.

In this article, we are not going to discuss what is in the headers or body, or how that information is formatted.  Instead, we will show you how to retrieve this information when using different kinds of email programs and web-based systems.  With these instructions, you should be able to get the “full headers” from any email message located in most email systems.  This information can be helpful to your technical support representatives when analyzing message behavior.

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Outlook Calendar, Task, and Address Book Synchronization Plugin Updated

Saturday, November 22nd, 2008

In keeping with the recent improvements to our WebAide Address Books and Calendars, LuxSci is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of its WebAideSynch plugin for Microsoft Outlook.  This version addresses several stability issues and bugs and also includes more robust support for entries containing content in most languages.

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Outlook WebAideSynch v3.1.0 Released

Sunday, April 8th, 2007

Outlook WebAideSynch is the Microsoft Outlook v2002+ plugin that allows you to synchronize your LuxSci contacts, calendars, and tasks with Outlook if you have an Enterprise WebAide License.

The latest version fixes several bugs in previous versions and features more functional and comprehensive support for synchronizing data in different time zones, as well as a new tool that let’s users clean duplicate items in an Outlook folder without needing to perform a synchronization.

Outlook Calendar Synchronization

Sunday, February 19th, 2006

LuxSci has released version of "WebAideSynch v2.0". This plugin for Outlook v2002+ allows easy import, export, and synchronization of calendar and address book data between Outlook and

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