Oh dear, now I do not believe that was meant to happen. It appears that users of Office 2003 who also protect their documents with the Microsoft Rights Management Service (RMS) have found them so well protected that nobody can open them - not even the person who created the documents in the first place. Microsoft [URL="http://blogs.technet.com/office_sustained_engineering/archive/2009/12/11/cannot-open-office-2003-documents-protected-with-rms.aspx"]came clean[/URL] about the problem in a blog post which reveals that "Starting on December 11, 2009, customers using Office 2003 will not be able to open Office 2003 documents protected with the Rights Management Service (RMS) or save Office 2003 documents protected with …

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The folks over at Gmail have been busy rolling out all sorts of new features in the last few months but the one they dropped on users today is by far my favorite -- [URL="http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2009/03/new-in-labs-undo-send.html"]Undo Send[/URL]. I don't know a single person who hasn't had the gut-wrenching experience of typing up an email, hitting send, and then realizing you've made a gigantic error. You know the kind: an off-color joke accidentally forwarded to your boss, something written in a fit of anger that should never be read, or an embarassing photo of you at the company picnic wearing a propeller …

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The End.