E para que não restem dúvidas que o tema principal deste número é o novíssimo sistema operativo da Microsoft, Windows 7, a capa presenteia-nos com um “7” de grandes dimensões.
28 de Setembro de 2009
25 de Setembro de 2009
- Exchange Server 2010 Promises a Brave New World
- Comparing Performance of 1vCPU Nehalem VM with 2vCPU Harpertown VM
- “Microsoft Exchange” In Exchange 2007…
- Installing Exchange 2010 RC
- What does Exchange Online and Office Communications Online look like?
- Moving your e-mail to the Storage Card
- e2010 Test-ServiceHealth for all
- Better Searching in Outlook 2010
- Do you want to use Outlook 2003 with Exchange Online?
- EX2007 transport services fail to start after SP2 upgrade
- Exchange Server 2010: Managing Archive feature #01
- Exchange Server 2010: Managing Archive feature #02
- When unlimited is not unlimited
- Exchange 2010 Online Mailbox Move, a Deep Dive
- Another Gmail Outage
- Installing EXC SP2 Failed to initialize the log file: Access to the path 'C:ExchangeSetupLogs\ExchangeSetup.log' is denied.
- Outlook is retrieving data from the Microsoft Exchange Server
- Address Lists in Exchange 2007 (Part 4)
- Exchange 2007 Clustering Questions (Part 1)
- Log files required to be copied after an update-storagegroupcopy / re-seed has been successfully completed.
- ‘ClusteredMailboxServer’ is partially configured – ExBPA.
- Considerations when using mountpoints with Exchange 2007 clusters.
- An interesting issue with file level antivirus…
- Exchange 2007 and Windows Server 2008 R2
- Exchange Server 2007 SP2 and Windows Server 2008 R2
- Exchange ActiveSync and iPhone OS 3.1
- Exchange 2010 and Resolution of the AdminSDHolder Elevation Issue
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:55
23 de Setembro de 2009
Estão disponíveis alguns vídeos sobre o Exchange Server 2010 no site TechNet Edge:
- Rights Management Services Infrastructure in Exchange Server 2010
Ed Banti, a Microsoft Program Manager, presents an overview of new features with Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 and Rights Management Services integration. In this video he presents "The Infrastructure of Rights Management Services in Exchange Server 2010."
- FPE vs FOPE and Exchange 2010 – Secure messaging with Forefront
Mike Chan, PM for the Forefront team, breaks down the differences between security protection for Forefront Protection for Exchange (FPE), Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE), and the built-in protection which exists in Exchange 2010. We start out with a brief history of the messaging products and then dig into the details of differences between FPE, FOPE, and Exchange 2010 on the whiteboard at [4:22]. Should you run FPE alone or FPE and FOPE? Watch and decide.
- Exchange 2010 Management Remote PowerShell Demo
Astrid McClean, Senior Exchange Technical Product Manager, walks through a demo of the new Exchange 2010 Management Console.
- Exchange 2010 Mobility Demo: Free Busy
Adam Glick, Senior Technical Product Manager, demos how Exchange ActiveSync now enables users to look at a contact's calendar availability. Right from a user's contact information, a free/busy timeline show users when their contacts are available for a call or meeting.
18 de Setembro de 2009
- When to Use Public Folders in Exchange 2010
- Plan and Execute an Active Directory Merger, Part 1
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Ignite! Hands On Labs Online
- A behind-the-scenes look at Outlook 2007 and SharePoint integration
- An introduction to the Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer tool
- NTBackup and Exchange 2007 on Server 2008
- What can I be doing now to prepare for Exchange Server 2010?
- Exchange 2007 Service Pack 2 backup feature
- Forefront for Exchange and Windows built-in Firewall on a CCR cluster
- Spam Capital Of the World: Hong Kong
- Non-Delivery Report Spam Rises Dramatically
- Exchange Server: What’s your learning strategy?
- Export and Import Content Filter Phrases
- iPhone OS 3.1 Security Changes and Exchange ActiveSync Policy
- Themes In Outlook Web App (OWA) 2010…
- Exchange 2007 SP2 & 2008 R2 – What’s the deal?
- How To Block Users From Sending Emails Outside Your Organization In Exchange 2007…
- Getting the Exchange Auditing event logs programmatically
- Simplifying the Outlook Web App 2010 URL
- EAS issues after moving user mailboxes to Exchange 2010
- CCR/SCR and Event 2082
- How to monitor and troubleshoot the use of Nonpaged pool memory in Exchange Server 2003 or in Exchange 2000 Server
- The Exchange 2007 Transport Dumpster (Part 2)
- Restricting users to send and receive external messages in Exchange Server 2007
- Exchange 2007 / 2010 – Export all Registry Settings using Powershell…
- Introduction to Exchange 2007 Search
- Exchange 2007 Search - Part 2: Content Indexing
- The fix for installation of Exchange 2007 SP2 with Windows 2008 R2 Domain Controllers is now available.
- Exchange Server Supportability Matrix
- Mailbox Size In Outlook 2010 Technical Preview…
- Improvements in current Hotmail features rolling out soon
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 18:25
15 de Setembro de 2009
Quick Start Guide for Outlook Voice Access 2010 é um guia de referência que contém os comandos necessários para navegar nos novos menus do Outlook Voice Access.
Outlook Voice Access lets UM-enabled users to access their Exchange 2010 mailbox using analog, digital, or cellular telephones. By using the menu system found in Outlook Voice Access, UM-enabled users can read e-mail, listen to voice messages, and interact with their Outlook calendar. This quick reference sheet shows the navigational tree and the options that are available to UM-enabled users when they are using Outlook Voice Access.
OWA Tray Monitor é uma ferramenta grátis, desenvolvida por “The Drunken Bakery”, que notifica o utilizador que esteja a utilizar o Outlook Web Access sempre que cheguem novas mensagens.
OWA will flag new mail when you are actually working with it, however as Internet Explorer doesn't allow notifications to be executed outwith the security cordon of the browser, this feature is unfortunately lacking.
- Works with Exchange 2007 & 2010
- No need for Outlook to be installed
- Clean install and remove
- No dependencies other than .NET
- Choice of notification methods
- Growl & Snarl Integration with zero configuration
- Configurable update frequency
- Tiny footprint
11 de Setembro de 2009
- When Microsoft Exchange Availability Matters the Most
- Don't believe the hype
- Exchange 2010 Storage (part n of n*)
- New Outlook Live for Windows Mobile released
- Antigen 8.0 End-of-life and Engine Revision
- Directory Synchronization Failure on Large Distribution Groups
- Windows Live Mail Update Details
- OAB Generation on a cluster server fails
- Giving User Enough Rights To Manage Distribution Group In Exchange 2007…
- Meeting Request In Exchange 2010…
- Connecting To Exchange 2010 Using Remote Powershell…
- Mailbox Access Auditing In Exchange 2007 SP2…
- Document Access In OWA 2010…
- Problems finding the message header in Outlook 2010?
- Exchange 2010 RPC Client Access arrays and Outlook 2003
- Sending e-mail as an SMS or text message
- Unable to Remove Exchange Mailbox Database or Exchange Server
- What is business justification going from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010
- What is business justification going from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 (II)
- The Exchange 2007 Transport Dumpster (Part 1)
- Installing Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) (Part 2)
- Load Testing with Exchange 2010
- Forcing the removal of Exchange Attributes on a Directory User (the RemoveExchangeAttributes tool)….
- Entourage for Mac updated with EWS!!
- Exchange Server 2007 Supportability Matrix
- What's New in the Exchange Management Console for Exchange Server 2010 - Part 1
- What's New in the Exchange Management Console for Exchange Server 2010 - Part 2
- What's New in the Exchange Management Console for Exchange Server 2010 - Part 3
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 16:55
10 de Setembro 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."
8 de Setembro de 2009
This download contains pre-recorded prompts and text to speech data for languages supported by Exchange unified messaging.
Use unified messaging language packs to allow the Exchange Server 2007 system to speak additional languages to callers. This download contains pre-recorded prompts, for example "Welcome, you are connected to Microsoft Exchange" in the language specified by this download. It also enables text to speech translation such that content (e-mail, calendar, contact information, etc.) can be read to the caller in the language of the Unified Messaging language pack.
Make sure that you install this on each Unified Messaging server in the Dial Plan for which you want the language to be available.
Visit this link to view a list of all the available language packs.
5 de Setembro de 2009
- How PIN expiration status is calculated in Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging
- Exchange 2010's new server-side features
- OpsMgr 2007: Performance and scaling issues with the converted Exchange 2007 management pack
- Exchange Server 2007 SP2 adds auditing, backup
- Exchange Server 2010 and RPCClientAccessServer Madness!
- The Secret Outlook Feature You Didn’t Know You Needed
- Using SMTP Relay with Exchange Online
- 7 Ways to Prevent Your Emails Being Blocked as Spam
- Redirection to OWA 2007 Directory in ISA 2004/2006
- Event ID 9373 is logged in the Application log when you update the offline address book in Exchange Server 2007
- Gmail Outages And Cloud Availability
- Where Is Export/Import Cmdlets In Exchange 2010?
- Upgrading Exchange 2007 SP1 UR9 CCR To SP2…
- Can’t Connect Outlook 2003 To Exchange 2010. Unable To Open Your Default E-mail Folders…
- Exchange 2007 SP2 & Windows 2008 Server Backup…
- Changes to SearchFilters in the EWS Managed API RC
- Covering How to Backup Exchange 2007 Databases using Exchange 2007 SP2 New VSS plug-in
- The new Certificate Wizard in Exchange 2010 RC
- Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2003 clients - connection issues
- So, Why Add an Archive to Exchange?
- Public folders on a CCR cluster
- Securing Exchange Server 2007 & Database Encryption with BitLocker?
- Data Path Security Reference
- New ADAccess Performance counters included with Exchange 2007 SP2
- Moving from MDaemon to Exchange Server 2003/2007 (Part 7)
- Address Lists in Exchange 2007 (Part 3)
- EWS: UID not always the same for orphaned instances of the same meeting.
- EWS: Exchange 2007 RTM vs. SP1 Specifying MeetingTimeZone's TimeZoneName when creating an Appointment
- Getting Information About User's Exchange Mailbox Using VBScript and PowerShell
- Installing Service Pack 2 for Exchange 2007 on your CAS / HT / Mailbox and Clustered Instances…
- Quick Tip: Exchange 2007 SP2 – Windows 2003 - Volume Shadow Copy Service error: An internal inconsistency was detected in trying to contact shadow copy service writers.
- Cannot remove the domain 'yourDomain.local' because it is referenced by the proxy address template 'SMTP:@yourDomain.local'.
- Exchange 2007 Service Pack 2 Prerequisites
- Jetstress 2010 (Beta Preview) now available
- Loadgen 2010 (Beta Preview) now available
- Exchange 2007 SP2 Setup fails if all domain controllers are running Windows Server 2008 R2
- Microsoft Virtualization: Best Choice for Exchange Server
- Service Pack 2 Highlight: Mailbox Access Auditing
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 10:42
2 de Setembro de 2009
Apesar de o Exchange Server 2010 Management Pack (x86) Release Candidate já estar disponível há alguns dias, só ontem foi disponibilizado o Exchange Server 2010 Management Pack (x64) Release Candidate.
System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) management pack which supports the Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate
The Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 management pack is designed for monitoring Exchange Server 2010 events, collecting Exchange component-specific performance counters in one central location, and for raising alerts for operator intervention as necessary. You will need System Center Operations Manager 2007 to run and monitor Exchange Server 2010 with this management pack.
- Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003; Windows Server 2008
System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2007 / System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2007 R2
1 de Setembro de 2009
A Microsoft acabou de disponibilizar novas versões das ferramentas de teste de desmpenho para utilizar na fase de planeamento de novos servidores mailbox Exchange Server 2010:
- Microsoft Exchange Server Jetstress 2010 Beta (64 bit) - Use Jetstress 2010 Beta to verify the performance and stability of a disk subsystem prior to putting an Exchange 2010 server into production. Jetstress helps verify disk performance by simulating Exchange disk Input/Output (I/O) load. Specifically, Jetstress simulates the Exchange database and log file loads produced by a specific number of users. You use Performance Monitor, Event Viewer, and ESEUTIL in conjunction with Jetstress to verify that your disk subsystem meets or exceeds the performance criteria you establish. After a successful completion of the Jetstress Disk Performance and Stress Tests in a non-production environment, you will have ensured that your Exchange 2010 disk subsystem is adequately sized (in terms of performance criteria you establish) for the user count and user profiles you have established. It is highly recommended that the Jetstress user read through the tool documentation before using the tool.
This version is intended for Microsoft Exchange 2010 servers. The I/O profile is still subject to change until official release of Microsoft Exchange 2010 Server. Future versions will provide compatibility with Microsoft Exchange 2007.
- Exchange Load Generator 2010 Beta (64 bit) / (32 bit) - Use Microsoft Exchange Load Generator 2010 Beta (LoadGen) as a simulation tool to measure the impact of MAPI, OWA, ActiveSync, IMAP, POP and SMTP clients on Exchange 2010 servers. LoadGen allows you to test how a server running Exchange 2010 responds to e-mail loads. To simulate the delivery of these messaging requests, you run LoadGen tests on client computers. These tests send multiple messaging requests to the Exchange 2010 server, thereby causing a mail load. LoadGen is a useful tool for administrators who are sizing servers and validating a deployment plan. Specifically, LoadGen helps you determine if each of your servers can handle the load to which they are intended to carry. Another use for LoadGen is to help validate the overall solution.
This version is intended for Microsoft Exchange 2010 Servers only. Future versions will provide compatibility with Microsoft Exchange 2007.
Important! LoadGen should be used only in laboratories that have no connection to the production environment. This tool should not be used in any way in a production environment or an environment that is mission critical or contains important information of any kind anywhere in the network.
Note: The XML configuration file schema in this release has changed from previous versions. You will need to create a new XML configuration file with the Load Generator UI. The existing topology will be marked as un-editable if there are users created by previous versions of Microsoft Exchange Load Generator. Add your remote client machines again, and then save the updated configuration XML.