If you're looking for a secure way to buys apps, music, books movies online with your Android Nexus, Galaxy or anything else that uses Google Play Store, the best method to ensure your credit card doesn't get compromised is to buy a pre paid Visa Gifcard at your local grocery store.
Just a few quick things you'll need to do first before purchasing anything in Google Play Store or any online store for that matter:
•Make sure you login to the gift card's website and register your card with your full
•You will need to add your mailing address so that vendors can complete a transaction. If you don't - it will most likely be decilined as it appears it does not beolong to anyone. This also helps with online stores that will deliver an actual product
•While not necessary - you can also attach your gift credit card to your google wallet. Login to www.google.com/wallet and sign in with your google account - assuming its the same one you used to register any tablet/ph…
If you are lucky enough to own a Keurig coffee maker, you may have been hit with some sticker shock after you burnt threw the sample packs and had to re-stock your cupboards with k-ckups.
So you'll be as excited for the My K-Cup reusable filter adapter.
Simply put - you can use your own store bought coffee in addition to the pre-packaged boxes of k-cups.
This truly great news for those of us who on the go. Simply fill the filter with your favourite coffee, assemble the adapter and pop it into your Keurig. Seconds later - hot fresh coffee! Whether your on a budget and buying coffee by the can, or you like your fair trade local coffee shop freshly ground beans, you can now quickly and easily perk a quick cup of joe.
Washing is a cinch. Disassemble, empty the used grinds, rinse and re-fill. It has made mornings in my household much more efficient. I just fire my to-go-cup into the keurig, fill and insert the filter into the keuring and i'm out the door minutes later.
There's no gui tool to easily find an email aliases in Active Directory
Found this and it works!
Right Click Open AD and right click 'find' on the domainCustom SearchAdvanced tab and choose LDAP QueryAdd the following line to the field: proxyaddresses=smtp:firstname.lastname@example.org can you use wildcards which is helpful - especially if you host multiple domains (something*@*.com) will yield results :)