Support, development, tips, general discussion
Welcome to the Clockwork-accessibility group. Here, you will have an oppertunity to discuss the Clockwork Enterprise software from Technopro Solutions. Specifically, this discussion group will focuss on how well Clockwork works with software wich is designed to make computer systems accessible for those with Special Needs, such as: JAWS, Window-eyes, Zoomtext , iZoom, Magic Dragon, Texthelp and Claro software.
This mailing list is for information related to the FTP Explorer ftp client application for Windows.
Newsletter for Gena01.COM, a guide to a collection of software utilities and "Personal Picks" of various Freeware applications.
A place where IT professionals whom are blind can come together to discuss topics, express concerns, and exchange tips relating to the field of Information Technology. Example items of interest might include, but are certainly not limited to the following: Accessibility issues surrounding the administration of 64 bit Windows servers. Reviews of backup, antispam, antivirus solutions, which of these are accessible, which are not. Methodologies for deploying various flavors of the Windows operating system independently, such as unattended installs. Other general tips and tricks related to network administration.
Windows 2000 security , set up. The Network is the top dog here! W2K Pro, SRV.
For development and implementation of Windows 7 at UHS
This list is for the Discussion of Microsoft Office 97, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007 .Net bugs, issues, problems, helps and hints.
discussion group for trainers of blind computer users
This is a mailing list to discuss all aspects of Microsoft's Windows Home Server. All concerns are welcome ranging from home grown installations toout of the box ready to run OEM installations. Topics may also include hardware and software related to use in a home or home office environment. Windows Home Server is a powerful new product and this is the place to talk about it.
An invitation-only discussion group for Windows users.
12noon is my company that publishes shareware and freeware. I use the 12noon newsletter to notify subscribers there are new releases. I send out roughly one newsletter per month. I currently use DadaMail, but it takes more time to maintain than I spend actually using it.
Weather Depot is a stand alone application for your desktop. If you like TV-quality images and precise weather forecasts - you will love Weather Depot. Additional features include severe weather and personal alerts and scrolling weather ticker. Check it out at http://www.weatherconnections.com/weatherdepot/. When new information about Weather Depot becomes available, we will post it here first.
A mailing list for members of NPCUG, to discuss computer-related matters and the activities of the Group.
Anything and everything about Microsoft Exchange 2K
ieSpell is a free Internet Explorer browser extension that spell checks text input boxes on a webpage. It should come in particularly handy for users who do alot of web-based text entry (e.g. web mails, forums, blogs, diaries). Even if your web application already includes spell checking functionality, you might still want to install this utility because it is definitely much faster than a server-side solution. Plus you get to store and use your personal word list across all your applications, instead of maintaining separate ones on each application. The program installs as a new button in the IE toolbar (as well as a new menu item under "Tools") - after filling a form, just hit the ieSpell button and it pops up a dialog, similar to the MS Word spell check.