Tuesday’s EHLO post by Rob Whaley, a well-known Exchange guy who works on beta releases of the on-premises and cloud products, is all about how a remote PowerShell session connects to a mailbox on an Exchange server. Or, to use the term now popularized by the post, “mailbox anchoring”. I confess ignorance on the point as I was heretofore unaware of such a nautical reference in the context of Exchange.
Love it or hate it; there’s no denying that Hearthstone is one of Blizzard’s most popular fresh IP’s to hit shelves in years. Both the competitive “ladder” system and the game’s own “arena” format have proven to be a runaway hit with gamers, but learning how to make the arena work for you is a task that’s easier said than done.
Steam’s Music Player allows you to add a MP3 file stored on your computer to a local music library and play it back — inside or outside a game, with a controller or keyboard and mouse. This would be particularly useful on a Steam Machine or living-room gaming PC in Big Picture Mode.