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I don't know if you've got it worked out yet...
I used to be a system smasher, for real. My last system-smash was an HP DV-whatever. I used my head. To smash it. That was in, like 2009. So I really
get where you are coming from.
If you are still working on it? Microsoft has very good educational materials. Please don't be afraid to use them. I bet they have a series on
Outlook related to some certification. Please let me know if you come up empty handed and I will go search it out myself.
I've been through this type of stuff, and I anticipate that I will be going through even more of it til I die, so I really do understand.
Yep. Linux is great. Fortunately, I am through my embarrassing "OMFG Linux rules the world!" years, and I am more reasonable now. They are all the
I'm in to Arch Linux, and I can tell you, even with the skills that I have developed, my Arch machines are franken-beasts, I don't know what the
hell they are doing, but apparently they are awaiting the arrival of some messianic kerberos propagation server, or they want to be one, I'm not
Suffice it to say that some systems are better at things that others aren't. Outlook is now meant to be part of Microsoft's "cloud", which is why
it seems to be so #ed up. It would be less #ed for you if you could just continue to use your original hotmail account and build aliases on top of
that, but I am sure that whatever is required from you at work prevents this from happening.
Microsoft's cloud is like the K-Mart of clouds, but sometimes you have to use it. The only way through, is through.
Gotta do the tutorials until you figure out how it works, and then you will probably find a way to be with it that is livable.
It'll get better. Hang in there.