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Printer Scan to Email using Office 365 SMTP Setting

Post Sponsored by  KING.NET   and   QUE.COM I wrote an article two years ago on how to setup a printer to scan to email using Microsoft Office 365 SMTP Settings. If you missed that article, here's the link ( ). To save you some time, here's how I do it using Microsoft Office 365 for my SMTP in our office. First you need the following information: IP Address of your Printer, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS servers. You need it for networking purpose, ask your Administrator for this information. If you're reading this article, you might be the Administrator :). For example, here's my printer TCP/IP configuration. IP Address: Subnet Mask: Gateway: DNS1: DNS2: 2nd your SMTP Server information: For SMTP Settings using Microsoft Office 365. SMTP Server Address: . I used their public (external) IP A

BootCamp 3D MultiPlayer

We are proud to announce our new MultiPlayer BootCamp 3D Game . It's FREE to play online , simply create your own Gaming Tag, create a room for your friends to play or join existing room battle with other players, then click "Go" to have fun. Player Movement: Use WASD keys or Arrow Keys to move forward, left, right, and backward. Weapon Firing: Hold down left mouse key to fire continuously. Change Weapon: From Rifle to Grenade Launcher, press 1 or 2 to make the change. That's all, stay alive and enjoy the game. Don't forget to play with friends or comrades to beat other players. Please visit  for more games to play.

Keep your Internet Explorer up to date.

If you are using Microsoft Office 365 online services, you need to keep your Internet Explorer up to date. I highly recommend doing it to minimize risk of exposure. The cyber space is an open network, where everybody is using it for almost everything from email, shopping, chat, etc., and some malicious users lurking to find their next victim.  I received an notice from Microsoft 365 message center. Beginning January 12, 2016 , only the most recent version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system will receive technical support and security updates. We will work to update and clarify our Office 365 system requirements soon, and communicate this to you via Message Center. I hope this help minimize risk of vulnerabilities by keeping your system up to date. Share your thoughts. Source:

Converting Online Game for iOS iPhone or iPad - Testing Downed 2D Game

This is my personal experience converting a game app using Unity 3D to Apple Xcode. I am using  Downed 2D Game  for this experiment. You can try this game online, please click the Game section to see the list of games. Step1.  Application Preparation . Go to  iTunes Connect , click  Add New App . Watch the Youtube video link below for step by step instruction. Next is to build settings. Step2. Open  Unity 3D  program in iMac, open the project and update  build settings using iOS platform . Actually, I clicked on the  Build and Build Run  with my test iPhone connected to my computer (iMac) so I can test the game app right away. (Altenative, you can Build and open the file with Xcode).  Sometimes, "Build and Build to Run" will not open Xcode. If that happen, I open the xcode preject manually. Play the  Downed 2D Game  app using my iPhone, so far so good using touch screen and tilt feature. Step2.b. Create  Provsioning Profile.  Go to

Downed 2D Game - Fall Down to the maze

Downed 2D Game is a fall down to the maze. Avoid being caught by the electric lines and all cute monster to stay alive. You score every timne you pass the maze. It's fun to play. It's a touch control (left and right) or use tilt control. Go to Setting to change it.  Play the online  Downed 2D Game  to check out. Visit  QUE.COM  Game Studio. The iOS, Android, and Windows Phone is coming soon. Please check our website for update. Here's some screenshots.

WordPress 3.9.2 released to patch XML security issue.

If you are using WordPress open source for your blog or company website. You need to install the latest released v.3.9.2 to patch the recent denial of service issue in PHP's XML processing. We had some bandwidth issue for days due to XMLRPC traffic coming to our network of websites. I've asked our ISP to block it for the time being and even use a plugin to Disable it. Here's the summary from website: Fixes a possible denial of service issue in PHP’s XML processing, reported by Nir Goldshlager of the Product Security Team. Fixed by Michael Adams and Andrew Nacin of the WordPress security team and David Rothstein of the Drupal security team. Fixes a possible but unlikely code execution when processing widgets (WordPress is not affected by default), discovered by Alex Concha of the WordPress security team. Prevents information disclosure via XML entity attacks in the external GetID3 library, reported by Ivan Novikov of ONSec. Adds prote