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# 38035 23-Jul-2009 16:02
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When words fail, pictures work!
myob fail

















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Bart

[edit mod RC: removed one too many '.' in url]

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  # 238308 23-Jul-2009 16:04
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I can't see anything?




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  # 238312 23-Jul-2009 16:11
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It's actually a problem in Microsoft's SharePoint server software in combination with IE7.

 
 
 
 


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  # 238346 23-Jul-2009 17:57
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Can't see it either.




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  # 238349 23-Jul-2009 18:00
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What is name.dll and why should I trust Microsoft?

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  # 238424 23-Jul-2009 21:10
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No picture.

I thought MYOB brought into Xero.com

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  # 238485 24-Jul-2009 00:53
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Maybe it's just me,  but other than the title I cannot follow what the thread is about.

As to MYOB -v- Xero ,  I use both and feel both have their strengths and weaknesses.

That said,  I do often get irritated by MYOB's continual money grabbing...

Of course there are more cost effective alternatives than either MYOB or Xero that work well,  such as MoneyWorks,  Infusion,  but for a non-accounting person both MYOB & Xero offer good support and relative ease of use.

I do qualify my answer so as to exclude MYOB Preimer due to it's really lousy network performance and the antiquated buggy MYOB Retail POS software.


 
 
 
 


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  # 238707 24-Jul-2009 18:51
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The thread appears to be about the MYOB website wanting access to a DLL named "name.dll". The browser rightly blocks such attempts by default. The original poster puts the blame on MYOB for doing such stupid things as trying to access a local DLL.

But as a quick Google search on name.dll shows, this is actually a bug in the underlying server software by Microsoft that MYOB apparently uses.

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