Monthly archives: April, 2018

Chrome – Certificate warning – Invalid Common Name

Users of Google Chrome version 58 (released March 2017) and later will receive a certificate alert when browsing to HTTPS-sites if the certificate only uses Common Name and does not use any Subject Alternative Name (SAN) values. This has been ignored and for many years the Common Name field was exclusively used. The Chrome developers finally…



Sending CSS formatted tables in Outlook

If you’ve ever used Powershell to send HTML tables in Outlook containing CSS you’ve probably been disappointed of the outcome. There is some archived documentation for Outlook 2007 that is still viable for Outlook 365 (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa338201(v=office.12).aspx). Basically the function accepts a csv and css file, hardcodes the css into the table and outputs a formatted…