The Windows Live Local Add-in for Outlook, available at http://outlook.local.live.com/minisites/local/outlook/default.aspx , adds the ability to have maps and directions in meeting requests, via a new Location tab. The add-in also can give directions based on your current location and the location of the meeting, as well as add travel time to the meeting. This functionality is available for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, 2003, and 2000. You can also save frequent start and end points with a friendly name for easy direction generation in the future. You can right-click the map and set certain locations such as Home and Business.
Rule #1 – Back up your data often! BCM includes a backup utility that makes it easy – use it.
If you don’t have a recent backup, you may be able to recover the data, if you have a copy of the two database files, ending with the extension LDF and MDF.
- Create a new database in BCM, naming it the same as your old database.
- Exit Outlook and stop the BCM service in Admin Tools, Services.
- Replace the new database files with your old ones, making sure the file names are identical.
- Restart the BCM service and Outlook.
Makes it possible for the user to specify what status this program should have: allow access, block access or run the default Outlook handler. Later on you can change or delete the decision taken.
Visit the following link for a reference of Outlook Command-Line switches.