- FIM 2010: ma-extension-error Provisioning To Exchange 2010
- Exchange 2010 RTM MP causes config churn
- Organizations Speed Business Results With New Appliances From HP and Microsoft
- How to Move Exchange Mailboxes in a Text File using PowerShell
- Exchange 2010 FAQ: How Do I Migrate Public Folders to Exchange Server 2010?
- Email Auto-Whitelisting Pitfalls
- Default Calendar permission Powershell GUI for Exchange 2010 SP1 and up
- 5.4.6 Hop count exceeded - possible mail loop - Forest Migration
- Exchange Powershell "Cannot save changes made to an item to store"
- IIS7 Application Request Routing and Outlook Anywhere 2010?
- Exchange 2010 New Forest Migration Provisioning Distribution Lists
- How to migrate from Exchange 2007 CCR to Exchange 2010 DAG on existing hardware (Part 2)
- Planning, Deploying, and Testing an Exchange 2010 Site-Resilient Solution sized for a Medium Organization (Part 5)
- Apply Business Card template
- RBAC Manager : RBAC made easy via a GUI
- Mailbox move issues from 2003 to 2010 sp1
- Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices: Planning Namespace
- Using SSDs with Exchange Server
- Obviating Outlook Client Restarts after Mailbox Moves
- GAL Segmentation, Exchange Server 2010 and Address Book Policies
- Tip o’ the Week #9: Delay sending email
- The Official Stance on Address List Segregation
- Exchange 2010 FAQ: Can I Upgrade Existing Exchange Servers to Exchange Server 2010?
- Exchange 2010 FAQ: Which Version of Exchange Server 2010 Do I Need?
- Exchange 2010 FAQ: Why Can’t I Manage Mailboxes in AD Users & Computers Any More?
- Open Outlook search results in a new window
- UDP Notification Support Re-added to Exchange 2010
29 de Janeiro de 2011
23 de Janeiro de 2011
O Ross Smith IV anunciou no Microsoft Exchange Team Blog que a ferramenta Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator foi mais uma vez actualizada, agora para a versão 14.2.
De acordo com a página de registo de actualizações, estas são as principais novidades:
Version 14.2 Updates
- Fixed two-node stretched DAG scenario that resulted in calculator not reporting results due to new copy validation check
Version 14.1 Updates
- Fixed the Activation Results Scenarios to no longer display #NAME when dealing with dedicated lagged copy servers.
- Fixed 2 LUNs / Backup Set formula for the 11th database grouping set in the DB and Log LUN Design / Server table to display the correct number of databases in the grouping set.
- Fixed "Number of Active Databases / SDC Server (After First PDC Server Failure)" calculations to take into account stretched Single DAG without dedicated DR servers.
- Fixed "Number of Required Mailbox Processor Cores (Primary Datacenter)" formula to respect when site resilience is disabled and A/A (Single DAG) is selected.
- Fixed formatting for scenario that resulted in more HA database copies being deployed in the secondary datacenter than in the primary datacenter and also improved validation checks.
- Updated "Custom Number of Databases" (Input Section) and "Number of Databases" (Role Requirements section) text to indicate in standalone situations that the "Custom Number of Databases" is per server and "Number of Databases" is for the environment.
- Fixed 2nd PDC failure formula to enable site resilient scenarios that have 3 copies in PDC to allow double server failure event.
- Optimized Number of Mailboxes per Database (I/O Driven) to not round up odd numbers to the next even number.
- Fixed text in various comment fields.
- Added conditional formatting for Exchange Native Data Protection input factor to alert when you are deploying with less than the recommended number of HA copies.
- The calculator now includes the ability to select different disk types and capacities for the storage architecture being deployed in the secondary datacenter.
Para obter instruções detalhadas sobre a utilização da ferramenta, consultem Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator.
Para fazer download da ferramenta, cliquem aqui.
22 de Janeiro de 2011
- Exchange 2010 can be protected by multiple DPM servers
- New Certificate Required For Antigen 9 Installations on Windows Server 2000
- Counting Exchange Server 2010 Mailboxes with PowerShell
- An Introduction to Microsoft Office 365
- Migrating to Microsoft BPOS - Part II
- Upgrade from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 - Part III
- Calculating Mailbox Sizes using Exchange Web Services and Powershell
- Complete Guidance on Building a Hosted Wave 14 Platform Published
- How Microsoft IT is Implementing a Hybrid Messaging Deployment
- OAB Delta Changes
- Cannot create mail enabled user because an existing object with type already has the same proxy addresses/MasterAccountSid.
- Managing Distribution Groups in Exchange Server (Part 2)
- Video: Anti-spam on the Hub Transport Server
- Blue arrow icon on folders
- Some simple fun with the Exchange Management Shell – Part 1– Mailboxes and OU’s
- Configuring Multiple OWA/ECP Virtual Directories on Exchange 2010 Client Access Server
- Exchange 2010 SP1: The Troubleshooters
- How can I stop people from using Reply All on messages I send them?
- How can I have Microsoft Outlook 2010 ignore future messages in an email thread?
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 12:23
15 de Janeiro de 2011
A edição de Janeiro 2011 da TechNet Magazine já está disponível para leitura online.
Artigos em Destaque:
- Microsoft Forefront: Protecting Workgroups with Forefront
By Brien Posey
You can use Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway as intended with Active Directory, or use it to secure a workgroup setting.
- Microsoft Forefront: Achieving Defense in Depth with Forefront
By William Stanek
With the multiple layers and modes of protection Microsoft Forefront offers, you can configure your protection to precisely suit your needs.
- Unified Communications: Complete Communication Anywhere
By William Van Winkle
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 eliminates geographic restrictions and works across multiple computing devices—both of which translate into significant savings.
- Unified Communications: Microsoft Lync and Your PBX -- The Best of Both Worlds
By William Van Winkle
With all the benefits Lync can offer businesses, no one should be surprised that you need to plan carefully, especially when legacy PBXs are involved.
- Geek of All Trades: 6 Tips for 100 Percent WSUS Compliance
By Greg Shields
WSUS practically stands alone as the premier update-management solution, but you can make it work even better.
- Windows PowerShell: Make a Command into a Reusable Tool
By Don Jones
You can repackage and reuse your efforts when it comes to Windows PowerShell commands and cmdlets.
- Windows Confidential: History -- Gone and Forgotten
By Raymond Chen
The death of the old Windows 95 saved-search file format Tips/Support went largely unnoticed.
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 15:15
A Microsoft disponibilizou recentemente o documento Publishing Outlook Anywhere Using NTLM Authentication With Forefront TMG or Forefront UAG.
This white paper provides detailed information about publishing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 using Forefront TMG or Forefront UAG to secure access for Outlook Anywhere when using NTLM Authentication.
When you publish Exchange, Microsoft offers two software-based options: Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 and Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010. Both options offer publishing wizards and security features to provide secure access to Exchange when it's accessed from outside the safety of the corporate network. This white paper provides detailed information about publishing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 using Forefront TMG or Forefront UAG, including how to choose between them for different scenarios, and provides specific steps you can take to configure Forefront TMG and Forefront UAG to publish Exchange 2010 while using NTLM authentication for Outlook Anywhere access.
Está disponível uma nova actualização para o filtro Junk E-mail do Outlook 2007/2010.
"Esta actualização fornece ao Filtro de Correio Publicitário Não Solicitado do Microsoft Office Outlook uma definição mais actualizada das mensagens de correio electrónico que devem ser consideradas correio publicitário não solicitado."
- New Year, New Training Opportunities for Exchange Server Admins
- Exchange 2010 Wins Best Mail Server in InfoWorld’s Technology of the Year Award!
- Microsoft Exchange Server disaster recovery tips
- Prepare client side environment to Upgrade from Exchange 2003/2007 to Exchange 2010
- Fixes for issues with December Update for Outlook 2007 have been released
- Report: U.S. Continues World Spam Lead
- Understand and Fix the Outlook Web App Security Warning
- Understand and Use the Exchange Control Panel
- Cmdlets to manage Exchange Control Panel from a Command-Line
- 5 Tips For Getting Off and Staying Off Blacklists
- How to Move Mailboxes in Exchange Server 2010
- How to Find Last Logon Time for Exchange 2010 Mailbox Users
- Planning for Disasters
- Microsoft Certified Master Video: Exchange 2010 Header Firewall
- Creating Calendar Items with PowerShell and the EWS Managed API
- Planning, Deploying, and Testing an Exchange 2010 Site-Resilient Solution sized for a Medium Organization (Part 4)
- Rights Management Server and Exchange 2010 (Part 2)
- Restricting Access to Exchange Control Panel for Users
- Cannot connect to or resolve name Exchange server
- “This email address already exists in the Organization”
- My LCR / CCR / SCR / DAG database copy is in dirty shutdown state…
- Configure Send email to Sharepoint on SBS 2011–Preview
- Referencing And Understanding What PowerShell Commands Are Being Used In Exchange 2010
- UAG Delegation to Exchange Forms-Based Authentication
- Error Differences in Outlook and OWA
- Exchange 2010 OWA Spelling Language Issue
- Fearless Predictions for the 2011 Exchange Server World
- Office 365 Beta: Completing provisioning of archive in the cloud from your on-premises Exchange 2010 server
- Introducing: Exchange 2010 Tested Solutions
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 13:50
10 de Janeiro de 2011
Embora não seja uma notícia muito recente (tem 1 mês), achei que devia pelo menos mencioná-la: a Microsoft disponibilizou finalmente a Forefront Protection Server Management Console (FPSMC) 2010.
The Microsoft® Forefront Protection Server Management Console (FPSMC) 2010 provides multi-server management for Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server and Forefront Protection 2010 for SharePoint. The management console delivers a easy to use graphical interface for server discovery, configuration deployment, reporting, quarantine management and integration with Forefront Online Protection for Exchange. The Microsoft® Forefront Protection Server Management Console (FPSMC) 2010 is available as a free download.
- Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2008 R2
Minimum Server Requirements
- 64-bit (x64) architecture-based computer
- Windows Server® 2008 R2
- 300 megabytes (MB) of free memory
- 30 megabytes (MB) of available disk space for the console installation
- 900 megabytes (MB) of available disk space for SQL Server 2008 Express Edition R2
- 4 gigabytes (GB) of available disk space for full signature redistribution
- .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 or later
- Microsoft Chart Controls for .NET 3.5 SP1
- Latest Windows Update version
- Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0
- SQL Server 2008 or above is required for an Enterprise installation. Otherwise, FPSMC will automatically install SQL Server 2008 Express Edition R2.
Note: The FPSMC will automatically install .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 if they are not already present. The FPSMC will also automatically install SQL Server 2008 Express Edition R2 if you select the Express installation. You must manually install Microsoft Chart Controls for .NET 3.5 SP1 before you can install FPSMC. To install Microsoft Chart Controls for .NET 3.5 SP1, see Microsoft Chart Controls for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=202816).
8 de Janeiro de 2011
A Microsoft disponibilizou um ficheiro do tipo CHM Help File para o Operations Manager Management Pack for Exchange 2010. A informação disponibilizada pode também ser consultada no site do TechNet.
A .chm file containing management pack alerts and topics for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.
This .chm file contains management pack alerts and topics for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 . You can use the procedure topics in the file to help resolve the alerts generated by the Operations Manager Management Pack.
- Exchange 2010 Deployment Assistant Wizard updated
- Top 10 Exchange Blogs
- Howto: Determine which Process Is It Running Under (Exchange and Outlook Development/Admin related)
- Finding Disk Space Used By Exchange, v2
- Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox Server Backup and Recovery
- Exchange 2010 OWA Legacy URL Redirection HTTP 500 Error
- Fixing Mail-Enabled Object Aliases for Exchange Server 2010 Migration
- Active Manager – The Exchange 2010 High Availability Brain
- Load Balancing Exchange 2010 Transport servers content now in the TechNet documentation
- Exchange Active Directory Topology Service and Event 2080
- Managing Distribution Groups in Exchange Server (Part 1)
- SMTP Routing in Exchange 2010 (Part 1)
- Outlook 2010 and My Documents redirection
- Released: Infrastructure Planning and Design Guide for Exchange Server 2010 with Service Pack 1
- Kick Off the New Year with a Special Edition Geek Out with Perry
- Robert's Rules of Exchange: Storage Planning and Testing
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 12:44
5 de Janeiro de 2011
Using TMG and UAG to Securely Publish Outlook Web App and Exchange ActiveSync with Certificate Based Authentication
Using TMG and UAG to Securely Publish Outlook Web App and Exchange ActiveSync with Certificate Based Authentication é um whitepaper técnico, disponibilizado recentemente pela Microsoft.
This white paper provides detailed information about publishing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 using Forefront TMG or Forefront UAG to secure access for Exchange ActiveSync and Outlook Web App when used with certificate authentication.
When you publish Exchange, Microsoft offers two software-based options: Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 and Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010. Both options offer publishing wizards and security features to provide secure access to Exchange when it's accessed from outside the safety of the corporate network. This white paper provides detailed information about publishing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 using Forefront TMG or Forefront UAG, including how to choose between them for different scenarios, and provides specific steps you can take to configure Forefront TMG and Forefront UAG to publish Exchange 2010 while using certificate based authentication.
Foi recentemente disponibilizado pela Microsoft o whitepaper Using IPsec to Secure Access to Exchange.
This white paper will walk you through setting up IPsec for access to Exchange 2010 and configuring Forefront TMG and Forefront UAG to work with IPsec.
By allowing remote access to Microsoft Exchange to users who are based outside the safety of the corporate network, an organization enables its employees to take full advantage of the technology their company provides. When considering remote access, an organization must also consider how to secure their corporate information. There are several different ways to secure access to corporate information, including VPNs, Direct Access, and IPsec. When enabling and requiring IPsec on the endpoint that’s used to publish Exchange to the Internet, only machines with the right credentials can establish a connection.
Microsoft offers two software-based options for publishing Exchange to the Internet: Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 and Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010. Both options offer publishing wizards and security features to provide secure access to Exchange when it is accessed from outside the safety of the corporate network and both work well with an IPsec based security solution. This white paper will walk you through setting up IPsec and configuring Forefront TMG and Forefront UAG to work with IPsec.
A Microsoft disponibilizou recentemente 2 guias “Get Started” para o Outlook:
- E-Mail Basics: Managing E-Mail Get Started - Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 offers tools to help manage your messages. This guide includes information to help you with the following tasks: Group Messages in olders, Use the To-Do Bar, Assign Categories to Messages, Search for Messages with the Search Box, and Use E-Mail Rules to Route Messages.
- Outlook 2010 Calendar Scenarios Get Started - Microsoft Outlook 2010 makes setting appointments, sharing your calendar availability, and managing your schedule even easier.
2 de Janeiro de 2011
- Exchange 2010 SP1 Hosting – Part 1 “Overview”
- Three things to love about Microsoft's Office 365
- How to run Microsoft Exchange using a Dynamic IP Address
- Exchange 2010 clusters can be protected by multiple DPM servers
- Make the New Year great with a better organized Inbox
- Tip o’ the Week #1– New Mail desktop alerts
- Special Edition Geek Out with Perry – TechEd Europe 2010
- Canonical Ordering Of Mailbox Permissions In Exchange
- Autodiscover and SSL Warnings during Exchange 2010 Migration
- How to Restore an Individual Exchange 2010 Mailbox with Windows Server Backup
- Testing AutoDiscover and the OAB age using Powershell and the EWS Managed API
- Exchange 2010 Database White Space
- OOOCTA (Out of Office Configuration Tool Assistant) – Technology Preview…
- Q. What pre-boot steps are necessary when restoring an Exchange Server or Active Directory Domain Controller (ADDC) virtual machine (VM)?
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 10:23