We have seen already in this class how you can go into the History Tab to take a look at the Notifications in general. And that would be selecting Notifications by, you know, the Notification itself. So, as I select one vs another, I am seeing the Notifications just for, you know, that particular selected Notification. Well, what if you wanted to look at it a different way? You want to see it by the Recipient, and namely, you want to see it as the Recipient you are currently logged into. Well, that’s the Option that you see down here called MyPI. With MyPI, you will be able to see all of the Notifications using the same User Interface, you know, showing Active, Recent Time Range, etc. And, what you are going to be seeing is just those Notifications that you are subscribed to. And, when I say you, I am talking about the Active Directory User you are currently logged into. So, if you are not using Active Directory your site, this MyPI feature’s simply not going to work for you. But, again, as I said, we you use, we do use Windows Integrated Security so that we do know how you are logged in. And, if you recall, when we set up these Notifications, you know, one of the things that we can set up when do that is, we can set up Subscriptions to Contacts who are Active Directory Users. So, if you recall, when we did a Search here, I can Search through all of the Active Directory Users. Now, right now, you have probably noticed that my MyPI is empty. I am currently logged in as the Windows Administrator. And, there are no — I, I have no Subscriptions as the Windows Administrator. If we take a look at the Subscriptions Tab, you can see, Administrator is not, is not subscribed to any of these. Well, I can change that real easily. Let me just go ahead and drag this over here. I will add a Subscription to that Notification. I think I will add a Subscription to this Notification as well. There we go. I will go ahead and check that in. And, and now we can take a look at MyPI and you can see, these are — you know, we are listing here what we are subscribed to, and now we are able to see the, the Active, the History, etc., for this set of — for this particular User. And we have got all the same User Interface Options we saw before. We can condense this to just look at the, the individual alerts or we can see each individual little Event within the Notification, just like we could in the other one. Now, this — the observant student here may notice, hold on a second. Was not I getting all kinds of Notifications in Outlook? If you recall, all during this class, you have been seeing little things pop up over here saying here’s a New Notification. But, how, how was I getting that if, if I, I said I have not been subscribed to any Notifications? Well, this is just a minor point, but what I have been doing, for testing purposes, is I have been running Outlook as a different User. I have been logging in by choosing this — do, do a right click, a mouse click, on the Outlook Icon here, or you can also do it by holding — you, you cannot just do a right click from here. You have to hold down Shift, do a right click. You can choose Run As, and then you could log on as any User you want for Outlook. It’s a nice little trick for testing Notifications if you, you know, if you have access to different accounts that you can test with. So, that’s why I have been seeing all those Notifications. I have been logging on as different Users to see these Notifications appear in Outlook. But, anyway, a minor point. Just want to clear that up in case anybody’s wondering, hey, why were we seeing all those Notifications if you have not been subscribed to anything?