- Digging deeper into Exchange Server 2010
- Noteworthy post-SP2 Outlook 2007 update for Windows 7 users and those experiencing slow performance after installing Office 2007 SP2
- Spamhaus Update
- Introducing Quick Steps
- Delegates not receiving meeting requests on Exchange 2007
- Some thoughts about applications sending SMTP messages to Exchange
- Export and Import mailboxes to PST files in Exchange 2007
- Relocate the ADAM (Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS))
- Exchange 2007: Database Statistics in Powershell
- Address Rewriting in Exchange 2007
- Configuring Database Availability Group In Exchange 2010…
- Exchange Server 2010 favorite feature
- Address Lists in Exchange 2007 (Part 2)
- Configuring Edge Transport Server Without Edge Synchronization (Part 2)
- OUTBOX: Setting ‘Don’t Crawl On Me’ via Outlook’s object model
- How to Tell Which Version of PowerShell is Installed
- More than 4.7 million users move to Exchange from Notes
- Q&A: The storage implications of Exchange 2010
- Moving the Database location in a DAG
31 de Julho de 2009
24 de Julho de 2009
- Exchange 2007 SP1 Update Available, SP2 Coming Soon
- Troubleshooting Outlook Error 287570
- Using Powershell to Import multiple PST files into Exchange 2007
- Microsoft admits it tested SQL Server as store for Exchange 2010
- Running Unified Messaging on Windows Essential Business Server 2008
- Capacity Planning for Exchange
- Failover Clusters, Performance Counters, and PowerShell
- Exchange UM – Disabling Missed Call Notifications
- Get-MsxServerPLUS.ps1 v1.24
- MAPI in the registry (Or, setting the "use HTTP first" boxes via VBScript)
- Announcing Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview
- What’s up with my Inbox in Outlook 2010?!
- Connecting to Hotmail accounts in Outlook 2010
- EAS: King of Sync?
- 7 Major Sources of Spam on the Internet
- How do spammers get your email address?
- Downloading the OAB takes for every or you are repeated over and over for credentials when running Exchange 2007 on Windows Server 2008.
- Shared Mailbox added in outlook profile but, where will Sent Item be saved?
- OWA 2010 Part1 – Inbox
- Gather Organizational Info In Exchange 2010 Console...
- Database Name In Exchange 2010...
- Setting single line view in OWA for a folder via Powershell using the EWS Managed API
- Creating Sticky Notes in the EWS Managed API from Powershell
- How to collect per request Performance Stats for IIS on Exchange 2007
- ESE, SQL and your feedback!
- Troubleshooting Exchange 2007 Store Log/Database growth issues
- Moving from MDaemon to Exchange Server 2003/2007 (Part 4)
- Moving from MDaemon to Exchange Server 2003/2007 (Part 5)
- Deploying Exchange 2007 Multi-site CCR Clusters Do's and Don'ts (part 4)
- Configuring Edge Transport Server Without Edge Synchronization (Part 1)
- Your Out of Office settings cannot be displayed, because the server is currently unavailable. Try again later. ?!?
- Your Exchange Server administrator has blocked the version of Outlook that you are using...?
- Exchange Database Size and Limits
- Outlook Whenever Wherever – Outlook Anywhere (Shakira, Shakira) – Part 1: DNS Domains and SSL Planning…
- FYI: DeleteItem behavior, Exchange 2010 SDKs, EWS performance and SyncFolderItems, and Named Property Mapping in Exchnage 2007+
- Enabling Standby Continuous Replication to use an alternate network interface in Exchange 2007 SP1
- SQL Server for Exchange: Tested and Rejected
- Troubleshooting Exchange Store Log and/or Database growth issues
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:13
O Update Rollup 9 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 foi recentemente disponibilizado.
Update Rollup 9 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) resolves issues that were found in Exchange Server 2007 SP1 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2007 SP1 customers.
For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB970162.
This update rollup does not apply to Exchange Server 2007 Release To Manufacturing (RTM). For a list of update rollups applicable to Exchange Server 2007 RTM, refer to the section Update rollups for Exchange Server 2007 RTM in the Knowledge Base article KB937052.
This is a cumulative update rollup and replaces the following:
- KB945684 Update Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB945684)
- KB948016 Update Rollup 2 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB948016)
- KB949870 Update Rollup 3 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB949870)
- KB952580 Update Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB952580)
- KB953467 Update Rollup 5 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB953467)
- KB959241 Update Rollup 6 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB959241)
- KB960384 Update Rollup 7 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB960384)
- KB968012 Update Rollup 8 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB968012)
De acordo com informação publicada no blog da equipa de Exchange da Microsoft, estas são as principais correcções:
- KB 969911 - This is bug likely to affect customers who have deployed the Messaging Records Management feature and have specified a storage limit for a managed folder. After a move mailbox, the property which marks the folders as managed is not preserved.
- KB 968621 - Store stops responding under certain conditions when scheduled backup is canceled and online maintenance is in progress.
- KB 945877 - Performance improvements to eseutil when it verifies the checksum of transaction logs.
- Support for Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain Controllers in the environment (Note: Exchange Server 2007 itself is not supported to be installed on a Windows Server 2008 R2 system.
- KB 968715 - This bug is likely to affect customers who have deployed CAS-CAS proxying. When a user selects This is a public or shared computer or This is a private computer on the Outlook Web Access logon page, this value is not maintained between the CAS servers when the request is proxied. This bug will most likely affect customers with Internet facing CAS sites which proxy the requests to internal sites. Now the bug was that we defaulted to private access irrespective of the option selected by the user. Outlook Web Access has the following features which allow the administrator to control access of users depending on the logon type
After deploying this rollup, the logon type will now be correctly maintained between CAS servers if the request is proxied.
Administrators should watch out for scenarios where they have configured different behavior based on the logon type and required users to select the private computer option to access files, but users were able to access files without selecting the private computer option due to this bug. These users will now be unable to do so because we fixed the bug.
Como é habitual, usei as minhas máquinas virtuais como cobaias e o resultado foi bastante satisfatório!
15 de Julho de 2009
Está disponível uma nova actualização para o filtro Junk E-mail do Outlook 2003/2007.
O download está disponível para as versões Outlook 2003 e Outlook 2007, ou através do Microsoft Update. Como é habitual, está acompanhado pelo respectivo artigo da Knowledge Base:
"This update provides the Junk E-mail Filter in Microsoft Office Outlook with a more current definition of which e-mail messages should be considered junk e-mail."
10 de Julho de 2009
- New Exchange 2007 Management Pack and Keeping Old Management Pack Data
- Virtualizing Exchange Server 2007 -- Where it works
- Tutorial: Troubleshoot Microsoft Outlook Web Access problems
- Get all your e-mail in one place!
- Removing Old Emailaddresses/ProxyAddresses in Exchange 2007
- msExchTargetBridgeheadServersDN and msExchSourceBridgeheadServersDN Errors with Routing Group Connectors
- Top Ten Anti-Spam Tips for Business
- Exchange 2010: ‘Send As’ and ‘Send on Behalf Of’ in OWA
- How to: Setup Read Only Mailbox in Exchange 2003/2007
- An Introduction to Exchange 2007 Backup and Recovery (Part 2)
- Cluster Continous Replication Network Design
- Testing SCR in a Production Environment (Part 4)
- Deploying Exchange 2007 Multi-site CCR Clusters Do's and Don'ts (part 3)
- Troubleshooting a busy Exchange server that is not so busy
- IISADMPWD Change Password application in mixed Exchange 2003/2007 environments
- Are you serious about Exchange 2007 Security ?
- Great tool : Forms Based Authentication Editor
- Remote PowerShell in Exchange 2010
- Large Message Processing in Exchange, Part 1: Prevention and Planning
- Troubleshooting Move-Mailbox operations in Exchange 2007 that fail due to an attribute "Being Too Long"
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 20:39
5 de Julho de 2009
- What services do I need at my disaster recovery and backup location for my Exchange Server environment, other than mailbox servers?
- Offline Address Book Generation Fails on a Server That Is Running Exchange 2007 Cluster Continuous Replication
- Using Mobile Device Manager 2008 server roles in Exchange 2007
- Creating Meeting Workspaces in MOSS 2007 and Outlook 2007
- High level Exchange 2010 architecture
- Exchange 2007 OWA via ISA RSA – Authentication Delegation
- Now Available – Antigen and Forefront server security service packs!
- Some Thoughts on FBA (part 1)
- Comparing PowerShell Switch Parameters with Boolean Parameters
- Protecting Exchange Server 2007 Distribution Groups from Spam
- Exchange Server 2010 and Windows Mobile 6.1/6.5 Videos
- What to Do If You Lose Quorum (Server Clusters: Majority Node Set Quorum)
- Placement of the File Share Witness (FSW) on a Geographically Dispersed CCR Cluster
- Global Address list shows the legacyExchangeDN instead of the email address
- Exchange 2007 SCW and Windows 2008 SP2?
- Kudos to the Exchange Documentation team
- OWA Exchange 2010 New look and Features and Improvements
- VIDEO: Update-Safelist
- Moving from MDaemon to Exchange Server 2003/2007 (Part 3)
- Setting up a Windows 2008 cluster where nodes reside in a disjointed DNS namespace…
- Spotlight on Exchange 2010: Voice Mail Preview - Part 1: Introduction
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 11:26
2 de Julho de 2009
A Microsoft acaba de disponibilizar novas actualizações dos seus produtos de segurança para o Exchange Server.
The service packs introduce technology that will notify customers of engine changes – including the addition or elimination of engines – and allow administrators to update their engine configurations without having to deploy any new product updates. This update allows customers to accommodate engine changes effortlessly, helping maintain the high level of security provided in the Forefront server security products.
As an example of Microsoft’s commitment to continual improvement of our malware detection leadership, we are investing in new antispam technology through a partnership with Cloudmark that will provide an overall better antispam experience including higher detection rates, lower false positives, and improved submission and service experience. The Cloudmark engine is now included in latest service pack releases of Antigen for Exchange with Antigen Spam Manager 9.0 and Antigen for SMTP Gateways with Antigen Spam Manager 9.0 products as Beta while it undergoes customer trials.
- Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server with Service Pack 2: Forefront Security for Exchange Server integrates multiple scan engines from industry-leading security firms into a comprehensive, layered solution, helping protect your Microsoft Exchange Server messaging environments from viruses, worms, spam, and inappropriate content. Features include antimalware engine amendments and rollup of software fixes.
- Forefront Security for Exchange users who are running Exchange 2007 RTM and wish to upgrade to Exchange 2007 SP1 must first upgrade to Forefront Security for Exchange to the service pack 2 version.
- For more information on antimalware engine amendments, refer to Antimalware Engine Notifications and Developments site
- Microsoft Antigen for Exchange with Antigen Spam Manager with SP2: The Messaging Security Suite includes Antigen for Exchange with Spam Manager, Antigen for SMTP Gateways with Spam Manager, and provides server-level protection against the latest e-mail threats. Features include antimalware engine amendments, support for new antispam engine from Cloudmark and rollup of software fixes.
- For more information on antimalware engine amendments, refer to Antimalware Engine Notifications and Developments site
- Microsoft Antigen for SMTP Gateways with Antigen Spam Manager with SP2: The Messaging Security Suite includes Antigen for Exchange with Spam Manager, Antigen for SMTP Gateways with Spam Manager, and provides server-level protection against the latest e-mail threats. Features include antimalware engine amendments, support for new antispam engine from Cloudmark and rollup of software fixes.