I recently was looking for some concrete information on the various status meanings in MSCRM 4.0 for the duplicate rules publishing. Checking the help didn't help, so I used the feedback option on it to say so. This morning I got a response answering the exact question.
This is a great proof of how NOT to protect software. When you try to uninstall it can ask for a password configured by the network admin, but what it the server admin, servers or entire infrastructure is gone basically giving you no chance of getting the password back. Well facing that scenario myself, I hacked around and found a work around.
Vista has a great feature called complete backup with makes a VHD of your hard drive (more details see channel 9: http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=229767), or so I'm told. Yesterday was the first chance I got to sit down and use it, and I'm not over the moon by it.
In MSCRM 4.0 you can specify how the user works with their incoming and outgoing email. Incoming is none, the router, outlook client or the forward mail box while outgoing is the router, outlook client or none. There is two ways to config this, one get the user to set it in their settings (yeah right) or go through the users in the admin side, manually, one by one (boring and a waste of time).