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Flowers.info and Gambling.info Tops dotINFO auction.

January 25, 2013 ended the dotINFO auction at GoDaddy. Flowers.info sold for $22,005Gambling.info sold for $10,505World.info sold for $9,675, and here's the summary.

flowers.info $22005 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
gambling.info $10505 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
world.info $9674 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
social.info $7305 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
tech.info $7305 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
bible.info $6705 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
home.info $5615 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
autos.info $5105 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
computer.info $5025 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
fashion.info $5020 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
fashion.info $5020 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
test.info $5015 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
family.info $2805 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
porno.info $2655 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
media.info $2560 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
chocolate.info $1905 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
planet.info $1893 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
painting.info $1855 GoDaddy Auction 1/25/2013
webmaster.info $1355 GoDaddy …

SharePoint - Your client does not support opening this list with Windows Explorer

Did you get this error when you try to use the Windows Explorer in your SharePoint site to upload or download files?

"Your client does not support opening this list with Windows Explorer" 
You're in luck because I already searched the solution to this error.
Here's how to fix this error: 1. Check your WebClient service if it is started. If you don't know how to start, stop or restart services go to your Control Panel, Administration, then Services. Browse to see the WebClient. 2. Add your SharePoint Team Site to the "Trusted Sites" location of the browser. In your Internet Explorer, click the Internet Options, click the Security tab, then Trusted site, here you can add your team site. You can use the fully qualified domain name or IP address e.g. 192.168.4.100 as example. 3. Clear the browser cache. Actually, I did not clear my browser cache and it works for me.
Check it out.
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Office365 can't share a calendar.

I'm still working with Microsoft customer service on how to resolve the issue of sharing calendar. Please see the attached captured image for.

If you experienced the same issue and able to resolve it, please share your solution.

Thank you in advance.

Update 1:
I logged in to http://portal.microsoftonline.com (or http://sqit.com/ms short URL), click the Resource Downloads link, and use option2 "Set up and configure your Office desktop apps". This will show you the number of important updates that you might need for your workstation. If you're up to date, you will not see anything here. In my case, I have 14Mb of update for Microsoft Outlook 2010 (Outlook). Hopefully, this update will correct this Outlook Calendar sharing issue.
Answer. This does not solve the calendar sharing issue.

Update 2:
I will try this suggestion.
1. Click Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features.
2. Click the Office program you want to repair, and then click Change.
3. Click Repair > C…