- Two Factors, No Waiting: Smart Card Support Comes to Outlook Anywhere
- Managing Exchange Server 2010 with PowerShell
- Exchange 2010: Can you scope permissions to more than one OU?
- 40 years of email triage
- Backup and Restore Outlook Business Contact Manager
- New, app-like Outlook features added to Hotmail
- Hierarchy Replication Fails Due To Zero GUID
- Switching E-mail Domains
- Exchange Environment Report
- Exchange Online Throttling and Limits FAQ
- How to Generate a HTML Report of Your Exchange 2010 Environment
- Exchange 2007/2010 Transport Rule Logging
- Introducing the “Exchange Server 2010 Technical Video Series” on TechCenter
- Exchange report
- Exchange 2010, Outlook 2002 (XP), Plain Text don’t mix
- Smart Card Authentication Support For Exchange 2010 SP1 Outlook Anywhere
- Should CAS Array URL Be Part Of Exchange 2010 SAN Certificate?
- Exchange 2010 Domain Security (Part 1)
- Planning, Deploying, and Testing an Exchange 2010 Site-Resilient Solution sized for a Medium Organization (Part 10)
- Changing business hours and days for a Work Week
- Always reply with the same email address
- Q: How can I quickly verify that my Exchange autodiscovery is working?
27 de junho de 2011
19 de junho de 2011
Apenas algumas semanas após a disponibilização da versão 16.5, eis que Ross Smith IV anuncia no Microsoft Exchange Team Blog que a ferramenta Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator foi mais uma vez actualizada, agora para a versão 17.2.
De acordo com a página de registo de actualizações, estas são as principais novidades:
Version 17.2 Updates
Database Copy Distribution fixes:
Prevented distribution calculation when Input sheet values are invalid; added row in header for counters for databases assigned to a server.
Added conditional formatting to highlight error/problem status messages in white text on red background.
Corrected the issue where Non-English operating system locales could not execute the database copy distribution macro.
Increased the performance of the Server Failure buttons.
Corrected an issue that prevented the Diskpart.ps1 script from working when there was only one server line present.
Updated comments for processor input section to help customers understand the correct value to enter for SPECInt2006 rate value when deploying Mailbox servers as guest machines.
Fixed CPU percentage calculation formula for lagged database copy servers to use the available megacycles for the Lagged Copy servers as opposed to the primary datacenter Mailbox servers.
Added 900GB capacity as an option for disk drives.
Para obter instruções detalhadas sobre a utilização da ferramenta, consultem Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator.
Para fazer download da ferramenta, cliquem aqui.
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- Exchange 2010 Technical Readiness Videos
- Jetstress Field Guide
- Outlook 2010 - network latency test results
- Set WindowsEmailAddress field for users in a non-Exchange environment
- Exchange 2007/2010: How to Clone a Mailbox Database Configuration
- How to Move an Exchange 2010 Database to a Different Folder
- Exchange 2007/2010 Deleted Mailbox Not Appearing in Disconnected Mailboxes
- How to Move Storage Groups and Databases in an Exchange 2007 CCR Cluster
- Exchange 2010 FAQ: Do I Need Autodiscover Names in the SSL Certificate?
- Exchange 2010 Shared Calendar Permissions and Nested Groups
- How to Find Available Meeting Rooms
- Most popular Exchange 2010 TechNet Wiki articles
- Troubleshooting the Messaging Waiting Indicator status in Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging server
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- Password Not Required While Creating Resource Mailboxes In Exchange 2010 SP1
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- Creating Distribution Groups Overriding Naming Policy
- Lights! Camera! Exchange Technical Readiness!
- Tech Immersion 2011 Slide Decks and Demo Scripts
- Using Forefront Server Protection Management Console 2010 (Part 2)
- RAID Considerations for Exchange 2010
- Storing files directly in Outlook folders
- Print via keyboard shortcut bug in Outlook 2010
- Introduction of a New CAS Server Causes Certificate Prompts
- Fix for "Default Policy" with mailbox manager settings cannot be managed by the current version of Exchange Management Console
- Turn your server into an iSCSI SAN with Microsoft iSCSI Software Target 3.3
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 11:51
10 de junho de 2011
- Closing Outlook via a (scheduled) script
- Don’t wait for your cloud - use Hotmail and SkyDrive today on your PC, Mac, or Phone
- Getting too many email messages? Outlook can help
- Enabling and Managing Federation
- Help us learn how you use Exchange management tools to manage your server and organization objects!
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- Change In SSL Offloading Steps For Exchange 2010 SP1 Web Services
- Exchange 2010 Load Balancing Protocols And Persistence
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- Using Room List Distribution Group In Exchange 2010
- With 34 Days Left Until WPC, It’s Time to Mark Your Calendar with Our Exchange Sessions!
- Witness Server Warning Message When Using Certain Database Availability Group Tasks
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- Archiving with Exchange Server 2010 SP1 in the Cloud
- Sorting additional Calendar and Contacts folders
- Backup and Restore Quick Parts
- A New Wrinkle in Exchange 2010 Licensing
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 07:31
3 de junho de 2011
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- What I love about the Outlook Social Connector (and why I think you will love it too!)
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- How to Move Storage Group and Database File Paths in Exchange Server 2007
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- Get the Insider's View of Microsoft Certified Master: Exchange Server 2010
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- Error Policies In Exchange 2010 SP1 Send Connectors…
- What actually is a JBOD and how might it be used in Exchange 2010
- Enabling Kerberos Authentication for MAPI Clients Connecting to Exchange 2010 SP1
- Sender’s name contains specific text rule
- Color formatting not working for all appointments
- Exchange 2010 Management Console (EMC) is very slow
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:28
1 de junho de 2011
Para todos aqueles que seguem atentamente o Microsoft Exchange Team Blog (aka You Had Me at EHLO) e também são donos de um Windows Phone 7, vão gostar de saber que está disponível uma nova app no Marketplace: “The Exchange Team Blog”.
What does it do? Glad you asked!
The app allows you to read our blog posts on the go. Some notable features are:
- Favorite posts you love and refer them quickly
- Follow our tweets from the same app
- Quickly filter and read posts by tags/categories
- Send us your suggestions
- Share posts with your social networks
Aqui ficam alguns screenshots (clique para aumentar):
Mais informações na fonte.
Já foi disponibilizado há umas semanas, mas continua a ser uma leitura recomendada. Façam já download do Exchange Deployment Options Whitepaper!
The purpose of this paper is to help you choose how to deploy Microsoft Exchange: as Exchange Server 2010 on-premises, Exchange Online with Microsoft Office 365 in the cloud, or using both in a temporary or permanent hybrid scenario. Knowing the benefits and limitations of each deployment option can help you make the right decision for your organization. Whatever you decide, the deployment flexibility that Microsoft provides with Exchange makes it easier for you to get the right solution for your business
Estão disponíveis para download os Exchange Server 2010 SP1 UM Language Packs version 14.01.0218.015.
These downloads contain pre-recorded prompts, grammar files, text to speech data, Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) files, and Voice Mail Preview capabilities for a specific language that is supported by Exchange 2010 SP1 Unified Messaging (UM). Warning: This UM language pack must only be installed as an add-in to Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Unified Messaging.
Unified Messaging (UM) language packs allow an Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) UM server to speak additional languages to callers and recognize other languages when callers use ASR or when voice messages are transcribed. UM language packs contain:
- Pre-recorded prompts, for example "After the tone, please record your message. When you’ve finished recording, hang up, or press the # key for more options." in the language of the UM language pack.
- Grammar files that are used by a UM server to lookup the names of given users in the directory in the language of the UM language pack.
- Text to Speech (TTS) translation so that content (e-mail, calendar, contact information, etc.) can be read to callers in the language of the UM language pack.
- Support for Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), which allows callers to interact with UM using the voice user interface (VUI) in the language of the UM language pack.
- Support for Voice Mail Preview which allows users to read the transcript of voice mail messages in a specific language from within a supported e-mail client such as Outlook or Outlook Web Access.
Download the file and use Exchange Server 2010 SP1 setup to install the UM language pack.
Example: Setup.com /AddUmLanguagePack:UmLanguagePackName /s: d:\MyLocalFolder