- Search & Destroy Email Content with Exchange 2010
- Opportunity: Are you pursuing Microsoft Exchange Server certification?
- Microsoft Launches Free Office 365 Service for Education
- Basic installation guide for Windows PowerShell Web Access
- Load balancing Exchange 2010 using a KEMP Virtual LoadMaster
- Creating ActiveSync Device Access Rules in Exchange Server 2010
- PowerShell Tip: Get a List of the Top Exchange Server Mailboxes by Size
- Establishing Exchange Content Index Rebuild Baselines – Part 1
- Establishing Exchange Content Index Rebuild Baselines – Part 2
- Microsoft Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool (OCAT) v2 released
- Mailboxes on a database are Quarantined in an environment with System Center Operations Manager
- Learning Transport Agent Pipeline Tracing Hands-on (Part 2)
- Restore-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup Fails With 0×46 Error in Exchange 2010 SP1
- Continuous Backup for Exchange Server 2010 with DPM 2012 (Part 4)
- Exchange 2010 Litigation Hold (Part 1)
- Creating Private appointments as a Delegate
- Quickly deduplicate contacts without 3rd party tools
- Outlook 2007 fails to connect to Outlook Anywhere via NTLM on Vista
- New Best Practice for RPC Timeouts in Exchange
- Demands of cloud mean on-premises deployment strategy must evolve
- Managing customizations for Exchange
- Windows Backup Error 2155348010 – The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error
- Outlook 2010: Move MailItems After Sending
- Q: Can I change the highlight color on search terms within Outlook?
- A Quick Look at Exchange Forensics
29 de junho de 2012
22 de junho de 2012
- Take away the possibility for users in Exchange Online to change their own password
- Designing the Windows 8 Calendar app
- Applying message rules to the Junk E-mail folder
- Exchange can’t start due to misconfigured AD sites
- Cmdlet Extension Agents Part 2: Postconfiguring Mailboxes
- Storing Replies with Received Items
- Is Office 365 suitable for small companies?
- Exchange Server 2010 Videos from TechEd North America 2012
- The New Exchange and Lync Podcast for IT Pros
- Find all Exchange Server Distribution Groups Managed By a Specific User
- Create an Exchange Mail Flow Latency Heat Map with PowerShell
- Exchange Client Bandwidth Prediction – the time zone problem
- EWS Managed API and Powershell How-To Series Part 10 Message Classifications
- Deep dive into rich coexistence between Exchange Forests (Part 15)
- PowerShell 101 for Messaging Administrator and IT Pros (Part 4)
- Recover Deleted Items doesn’t work
- Creating a shared group calendar without Exchange
- Enhancing (Hub) Transport Resiliency by enabling Shadow Redundancy Promotion
- Mimecast issues "shape of email" report
- Q: What are my certification options for Microsoft Outlook?
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 18:03
21 de junho de 2012
Ross Smith IV anunciou no Microsoft Exchange Team Blog que a ferramenta Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator foi actualizada, agora para a versão 19.9.
De acordo com a página de registo de actualizações, estas são as principais novidades:
Version 19.9 Updates
- Revised name of Offline Address Book in MailboxDatabases.csv file
- Integrated revised CreateMBDatabases.ps1 script that better handles database creation with large numbers of databases
- Integrated revised CreateMBDatabaseCopies.ps1 script that performs faster
- Added validation check to ensure message profile has a mailbox size limit
- Added 4TB disks as a disk selection option
- Included prompt for 2nd site GC for on DB Export Primary DB List dialog
- Included prompt for 1st and 2nd site GC on Export Copy DB List dialog
- Revised default for GC on Export Primary DB List dialog to use FQDN
- Revised default for Public Folder DB on Export Primary DB List dialog to clarify it is a DB name
- Added problem explanation text to Distribution tab status line to show why the Calculator considers a configuration invalid
- Updated CreateMBDatabaseCopies.ps1 to use GC1 and GC2 from export file
- Added status information to Diskpart.ps1 to show the state of disks before and after script execution
- Fixed issue with "Number of Active Databases / PDC (After Second PDC Server Failure)" formula to ensure that the PDC cannot have more active databases than possible
- Removed rounding on calculating number of active databases / server
- Fixed "DB and Log LUN Design / Server" to accurately calculate /DAG totals when 2 LUNs / Backup Set architecture is chosen
- Fixed conditional formatting issue with Number of Mailbox Servers when the design utilizes standalone Mailbox servers
- Fixed bug preventing running multiple StorageCalc instances from running concurrently
- Fixed bug when saving a workbook under a new name after making changes to the original workbook
- Fixed "Number of Mailbox Cores Required to Support Activated Databases in Secondary Datacenter" to accurately take into account the correct number of remaining servers
- Fixed diskpart.ps1 script to ensure it can be re-executed
- Fixed diskpart.ps1 script to cater for embedded spaces in mountpoints
- Fixed CreateMBDatabaseCopies.ps1 to read input for Primary site and Secondary site DC's
- Fixed Export Primary Databases List to use PF Database instead of PF Server
Para obter instruções detalhadas sobre a utilização da ferramenta, consultem Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator.
Para fazer download da ferramenta, cliquem aqui.
15 de junho de 2012
- Building the Mail app
- Exchange Server and Complexity: Less is Better
- Is Exchange 15 the End of Edge Transport?
- Preventing New ActiveSync Device Types from Connecting to Exchange Server 2010
- Exchange ActiveSync/Windows Phone Outlook Error 80072F0D
- Extended Rollout of Exchange Online December 2011 Service Update
- Everything You Need to Know About Exchange Backups* - Part 2
- Learning Transport Agent Pipeline Tracing Hands-on (Part 1)
- Exchange 2010 Client Throttling Policies
- Continuous Backup for Exchange Server 2010 with DPM 2012 (Part 3)
- Search and Replace for Contact fields
- Clean up duplicates after emails got redownloaded
- The Story of Send
- Upgrading to Windows 8 Release Preview affects Outlook's safe senders list
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 18:07
Está disponível uma nova actualização para o filtro Junk E-mail do Outlook 2007/2010.
"Esta atualização fornece ao Filtro de Correio Eletrónico Publicitário Não Solicitado do Microsoft Office Outlook uma definição mais atual das mensagens de correio eletrónico que deverão ser consideradas correio eletrónico publicitário não solicitado."
A edição de Junho 2012 da TechNet Magazine já está disponível para leitura online.
Artigos em Destaque:
- Microsoft System Center Advisor: A Trusted Advisor
By Paul Schnackenburg
Microsoft System Center Advisor can help you troubleshoot system issues before they become serious problems.
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Exchange Server and Active Directory
By Jaap Wesselius
Using Active Directory as a critical component of your Microsoft Exchange Server environment gives you lots of flexibility, options and performance.
- Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Profile and Package Sandbox Code
By V. Gnanasekaran
Properly profiling and packaging solutions to run in a sandbox environment gives you greater control of resource usage and scalability.
- Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Collaboration Station
By Brien M. Posey
Everything about Microsoft SharePoint is built and configured to promote collaboration, but you have to make sure your users are using it effectively.
- Cloud Computing: Negotiating Cloud Contracts
By Vic (J.R.) Winkler
The contract between your company and a potential cloud provider may be more complex than most, so it’s well worth the time to ensure you get it right.
- IIS: Quick and Easy Web Servers
By Jason Helmick
You can install Web servers much more quickly and easily using Windows PowerShell to help.
- Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Streamline SharePoint with RBS
By Iqbal Khan
Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) can improve SharePoint functionality and performance.
- IT Management: IT Is ‘The Company'
By Romi Mahajan
The artificial separation that has existed for years is no longer. The IT/business singularity is indeed upon us.
- Utility Spotlight: Safely Back up PST Files
By Lance Whitney
The free Microsoft Personal Folders Backup tool can help you make regular backups of your users’ PST files.
- Windows Confidential: Bring on the Lab Rats
By Raymond Chen
Manipulating software developers can be a helpful strategy when fixing bugs during software development projects.
- IT Toolbox: New Products for IT Professionals
By Greg Steen
The tools in this month’s toolbox help you secure data in transit and monitor open network ports and services.
- Windows PowerShell: New Syntax in the New Shell
By Don Jones
Some new syntax commands in Windows PowerShell version 3 help you write easier-to-read, but somewhat limited, commands.
- Exchange Queue & A: Automate and Consolidate
By Henrik Walther
There are many ways to work around automation, mailbox sharing and consolidation issues in Exchange.
- Geek of All Trades: The Availability Answer
By Greg Shields
When configuring highly available Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol in Windows Server 2012, you can now include features and support that were never there before.
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 17:31
10 de junho de 2012
- Will cloud email services replace old-school enterprise email?
- Exchange Roll-Up Updates Are Becoming More Like Mini Service Packs
- Exchange sessions at TechEd 2012 - Nothing much new, MEC is where the action will be
- Exchange Management Console using filters
- New Version Of ExFolders Adds A Clear Permissions Bulk Operation
- Beating Verisign certificate woes in Exchange
- Exchange at TechEd North America 2012
- Check Out Some TechNet Radio Podcasts on Hybrid Deployments
- Everything You Need to Know About Exchange Backups* - Part 1
- How To Series Sample 7 : Reverse Delegate Permissions and Rights Report
- General: Training materials for Outlook 2010
- PowerShell 101 for Messaging Administrator and IT Pros (Part 3)
- Deep dive into rich coexistence between Exchange Forests (Part 14)
- You are attempting to attach too many files at once
- Always show Today first in the Week view
- More information on Exchange Server 2010 Backups and changes in the Recoverable Items (a.k.a. dumpster)
- If Retention Tags weren’t confusing
- Get to know the Test-Message cmdlet
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 15:50
1 de junho de 2012
- Office 365 and the Development of Exchange 15
- Office 15: The Mile-High View
- Tip o’ the Week #119 – Using Outlook in multiple windows
- Managing Access to the Exchange Online Service
- Released: Update Rollup 3 for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2
- RPC Client Access Cross-Site Connectivity Changes
- Holy COW! Changes to Recoverable Items versioning in Exchange 2010 SP2 RU3
- EWS Managed API and Powershell How-To Series Part 9 EWS Notifications
- Continuous Backup for Exchange Server 2010 with DPM 2012 (Part 2)
- Microsoft PST Capture Tool (Part 4)
- Modify the file type filter of the attachment dialog
- Search Folder or Conditional Formatting for internal mail
- Part 2: Datacenter Activation Coordination and the File Share Witness
- Exchange 2010: The mystery of the 9223372036854775766 copy queue…
- Twenty years of MIME
- The cloud is great, but what about Plan B?
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:19