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Why choose an Azure reserved instance
After considerable interest from our previous post announcing the availability of Azure reserved instances, several customers have inquired as to the benefit of a reservered instance over a pay-as-you-go VM. Microsoft has the following to say (copied verbatim from their documentation):
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TNEF and winmail.dat – what’s that?
Do you ever see strange attachments to your emails named winmail.dat? This is a relic from the days when Microsoft monopolized the desktop operating system and decided to create it's own format for the transmission of email (completely ignoring already well established conventions). The called this oddity Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (or TNEF for short). Some email readers (like OSx's Mail or Mozilla's Thunderbird) and email transfer agents (the server software that passes your email along until it reaches your mailbox) don't support TNEF and sometimes strange things happen which cause emails to display with winmail.dat attachments.