How is it that Sanjaya Malakar from American Idol fame is STILL in this thing?!!!
This guy can’t sing to save his life and every week he comes up with some weird stunt to stay alive.
I must say, I have my doubts about the “crying girl” in the audience two weeks ago.
I’m beginning to think she was planted… Mmm… makes you wonder, doesn’t it?
For now, Howard Stern‘s minions will probably have enough votes to keep this guy in the contest.
Eventually though, even Stern’s minions can’t be enough to get Sanjaya to the top spot. The only question is… how many weeks of torture will we have to endure listening to this guy? Thank goodness for the MUTE button!
Have you received a SharePoint Alert lately that had no body text to it? Even when you double click it and try to open the item all you get is an error message stating:
Well fear no more because this annoying problem has been solved! It turns out there’s an issue when MOSS 2007/WSS 3.0 alerts are generated and sent to Exchange 2003 which is then in turn read using Outlook 2007.
Microsoft has a fix for this issue as detailed in KB 930807. As this is a very specific fix, you will need to contact PSS to get the patch. One thing to be aware of is the fact that the patch will not magically fix already received Alerts, but only works on future Alerts that are received.
WORKAROUND: My buddy Todd Klindt provided a good way to be able to see the body of old Alerts prior to applying this patch. You simply reply to the Alert message and the body becomes magically visible in the reply, provided you have that option enabled in your Outlook properties.
As you can see, there is no body text in the preview pane. Now we’ll reply to the Alert…
And magically, we can read the Alert body now! J Thanks for that one Todd!
I went through the very same issue with our customized SPS portal and ended up having to work with support to figure out what the issue was. I published a KB on the simple work around. Though it doesn’t yield the exact results you’d want (loss of some customization) it gets the migration process back on track.
This is Part II in a three part series detailing the steps to setup a blog on WSS 3.0. In Part I we provided detailed instructions for installing SQL Server 2005 Express, the database engine behind the blog. In this episode, we’re going to detail the installation steps for WSS itself, so let’s begin: