Robbie, the Jedi Knight, accepts a position with the Rebel Alliance

A huge congratulations goes out to Robbie! He has been an extremely valuable member of the RCG community and I only hope we can keep him interested in real estate (especially since he runs the backend of my wife’s MLS search site!).

18 thoughts on “Robbie, the Jedi Knight, accepts a position with the Rebel Alliance

  1. During the next several months, I’ll have my work cut out for me. The OWA team has more rock stars than the headbangers ball, so I hope I’ll be able to keep up with the band.

    I still plan on hosting NWMLS search sites and blogging in my spare time. So if you’re a customer of mine or like my blog posts, fear not, I’m not going anywhere (other than the other side of NE 40th St & 156th Ave NE during the work day).

  2. Congratulations Robbie! I liked your backstory to catch everyone up on the “Galactic Battle” that you are re-joining with your brothers-at-arms on a campus not so far, far away….. 🙂

  3. Rudy: Good idea!

    Robbie: I just updated Microsoft Office about three weeks ago and started using their Outlook email client.

    It works for all but one freaking email address – my new gmail address. We’re getting rid of our ISP in about a month so I had to create a gmail account. There is 3 email addresses on there – my current ISP which will be taken off soon, my school email and the new gmail account.

    Got any ideas on why it doesn’t work with my gmail? I set it up first using the automatic build-in function and then tried it manually (typing int he server info, etc) and neither way worked.

    PS: I got the student edition (I like the cheap stuff) so there is no user’s guide or anything!

  4. FYI – I’ll be working on Outlook Web Access, the Web app that comes w/ Exchange Server, and not Outlook, the Windows app that comes w/ Office. So I’m probably not the best person to ask.

    However, I’d go into your GMail settings / Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab and make sure POP/IMAP is enabled. Then I check out Google’s GMail Help topic or Microsoft’s Outlook Help topic . One thing to keep in mind is that Google uses non standard ports for GMail, so you’ll need to go into your advanced settings in Outlolk to change the email server ports.

    For what it’s worth, I finally tried using IMAP from my GMail account on Outlook & it worked fine… Have fun.

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