Linked by Alex Chejlyk on Mon 18th Jul 2005 17:09 UTC
Internet & Networking Microsoft dropped support for Exchange 5.5 on December 31st, 2004. Exchange 5.5 users can upgrade to Exchange Server 2003, continue to run 5.5 with all accompanied security risks, or switch over to another mail/groupware system.In this article I propose a fourth option that is really options two (run Exchange) and three (run another mail system) combined.
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RE: Can you log out of Linux?
by Adam S on Mon 18th Jul 2005 20:30 UTC in reply to "Can you log out of Linux?"
Adam S
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2005-04-01

Of course you can. Every version of VMWare has a toggle that says "Start computer when my host computer starts" (OSLT). Exchange doesn't require a user to be logged in for the service to start.

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RE[2]: Can you log out of Linux?
by on Mon 18th Jul 2005 20:44 in reply to "RE: Can you log out of Linux?"
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> Every version of VMWare has a toggle that says "Start
> computer when my host computer starts" (OSLT).

VMware sell several different products. "VMware Workstation" is the least expensive one--the one that I have. AFAICT, the only way I can start it running and then log out is if I start it in a TightVNC (or other VNC) session.

If VMware Workstation has the "Start computer..." option, how do I access it?

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