Monthly Archives: May 2021
May 13 2021
An Online Tasting with Wisconsin Cheese on Thursday, May 20, 2021 @gelsonsmarkets
 

An Online Tasting with Wisconsin Cheese on Thursday, May 20

Must RSVP and pre-pay for cheese plate for further instructions and information. Virtual tasting event will take place on Thursday, May 20 at 6pm.

ENTER FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN*

*Entry form must be filled entirely for eligibility.

Featured Cheeses:

Marieke Gouda (4-6 Months) and Bacon Gouda
Deer Creek Moon Rabbit Cheddar and Blue Bay

Featured Cheese Plate (serves 2) – $23.99

*Must RSVP by prepaying for cheese plate
*Last Day to RSVP is May 16
*Non-Refundable Ticket

*Additional information will be sent in a confirmation email following your purchase.

Join Us for Our Virtual Tasting Event with Wisconsin Cheese on Thursday, May 20!

Must RSVP and pre-pay for cheese plate for further instructions and information.
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Gelson's Presents an online tasting event with Wisconsin Cheese. Celebrating American Cheese Monthly. Featured cheese plate $23.99 (serves 2). Zoom event on Thursday May 20 6pm.

Join us for our next virtual tasting event!

Must RSVP and pre-pay for cheese plate for further
instructions and information.

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May 11 2021
Outlook Desktop Email Preview Bug @microsoft @outlook @MSFT365Status
 

On May 11, 2021 around midday Microsoft rolled out some sort of patch, that basically made Windows Outlook 365 desktop clients unusable.  Trying to view and create emails became impossible as you type and hit enter the text would disappear. 

Office are scrambling to get Outlook Desktop versions working and many have restored to the previous version prior to the update. 

You can run this command and it should download and install the previous version.  

C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\ClickToRun\OfficeC2RClient.exe /update user updatetoversion=16.0.13901.20462

Alternatively some users have been able to use Outlook in safe mode and that also appears to work.

Outlook.exe /safe

The question will be swirling for days as to how this sort of patch could be released outside of the updates and without any level of QC and testing.

It could be hours before the update is received by users.

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