- Over 25 million active Outlook.com users, and today we’re making it even easier for Gmail users to switch
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Evaluation Resources
- Microsoft Planning TMG and UAG Updates for Exchange 2013
- How Exchange 2013 Gets Social for Collaboration
- Exchange Online 24 Hour Send Limits Raised to 10,000 recipients
- Quick Hint: Cleaning up File server Public folder using Powershell
- Exchange/Lync/Office/Sharepoint 2013 Visio Stencil Available
- What Happened to Exchange Server 2010 SP2 Update Rollup 5?
- Supporting Windows 8 Mail in your organization
- Configure certificate-based authentication for Exchange ActiveSync
- Create an RSS feed of Exchange Items using any of the How To Series scripts
- Turn Off Internet Access To Exchange 2013 EAC
- Last Logon Info Makes Into Exchange 2013 EAC
- Exchange 2013 Mail Flow (Part 1)
- Using AutoDiscover with large numbers of accepted domains (Part 1)
- To-Do Bar Calendar functionality in Outlook 2013
- Add a printer specifically for Outlook
- The calendar shows the wrong day at the beginning or end of the month
- Visio stencils released but no news of Exchange 2010 SP2 RU5 or TechNet updates
- Exchange 2013 DAGs, Windows 2012, and the CNO
- Q: How can I add notes to messages in Microsoft Outlook?
- UAG 2010 Service Pack 3 is in the works
30 de novembro de 2012
23 de novembro de 2012
- Customizing OWA in Exchange Server 2010
- What’s New in Exchange 2013 (an early adopter’s perspective)
- Exchange 2013: Support for (non-Microsoft) Tablets, Laptops, Mobile Phones
- Getting Internal Server Error 500 when creating New-CsPartnerApplication for Exchange 2013
- What’s new with Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer? A lot!
- Office Web Apps Server: Integrating with Exchange Server 2013
- Office Web Apps Server – Configuring the server
- Office Web Apps Server – Configuring Certificates
- E-mail properties for contact addresses in Outlook 2013
- Creating an Outlook Desktop shortcut in Windows 8
- Managing Limits in Exchange Server 2010 (Part 1)
- Configuring an Exchange Hybrid Deployment & Migrating to Office 365 (Exchange Online) (Part 4)
- How To Find Which AD Site A Server Belongs To
- VIDEO - OWA Message Recalling
- Publishing Exchange Server 2013 using TMG
- Managing Changes to MX Records and Incoming Email Traffic
- Announcing Exchange 2013 Inside Out: Well, we’re starting anyway…
- Configuring Unique Receive Connector SMTP Banners in Exchange Server
- Outlook Categories and Color Categories
- Retrieving Exchange Autodiscover SCP information from AD via PowerShell
- Microsoft Office Filter Pack 2013 now available, but it's not needed by Exchange 2013
- Exchange 2013 and TMG explained
- Quick method to diagnose Exchange Active Directory Access & Service Startup Issues
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:06
20 de novembro de 2012
A Calendar Checking Tool for Outlook v2.0 foi recentemente disponibilizada para download.
The Calendar Checking Tool for Outlook (CalCheck) is a program that checks the Microsoft Outlook Calendar and items for problems or for potential problems.
The Calendar Checking Tool for Outlook is a command-line program that checks Outlook Calendars for problems. To use this tool, the Outlook calendar must reside on a Microsoft Exchange Server. The tool does not work with IMAP, with POP3, or with other non-Exchange mail servers.
The tool opens an Outlook profile, opens the Outlook Calendar, and then checks several things such as permissions, free/busy publishing, and auto booking. Then, the tool checks each item in the calendar folder for problems that can cause items to seem to be missing or that might otherwise cause problems in the Calendar.
Instructions for how to use this tool:
After you install this download, open a Command Prompt window in the directory that contains the CalCheck.exe file. To obtain detailed instructions, type the calcheck /? command in the Command Prompt window, and then press Enter.
Here is a list of command-line switches for CalCheck.exe:
CalCheck [-P <Profile name>] [-L <path\file>] [-M <LegacyExchangeDN>] [-N <DisplayName>] [-O <path>] [-C <Version>] [-A] [-F] [-R] [-V]
-P Profile name (If absent, will prompt for profile)
-L <List File> (file including Name and LegDN) of mailbox(es) to check
-M Mailbox DN Used with -N (if specified, only process the mailbox specified.)
-N <DisplayName> Used with -M (if specified, only process the mailbox specified)
-O <Output Path> (path to place output files - default is the current directory)
-C <Version> Click To Run scenario with Office 2013 - load a specific MAPI version
-A All calendar items output to CALCHECK.CSV
-F Create CalCheck Folder and move flagged error items there
-R Put a Report message in the Inbox with the CalCheck.log file
-V Verbose output to the command window
-? Print this message
17 de novembro de 2012
A edição de Novembro 2012 da TechNet Magazine já está disponível para leitura online.
Artigos em Destaque:
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: E-mail improved
By Alan Maddison
The new release of Microsoft Exchange Server has a host of enhancements, mostly focused on architecture, flexibility and integration.
- SharePoint 2010: Solution Packaging
By Steve Wright, and Corey Erkes
After you’ve developed your SharePoint solutions, how you package and deploy them is the final part of the process.
- Cloud Computing: Organize cloud operations
By Vic (J.R.) Winkler
Moving to a cloud infrastructure has myriad benefits, but will only proceed smoothly with proper planning and prioritizing.
- Windows 8: Task Manager retuned
By Ryan Haveson
Microsoft has redesigned the new Windows 8 Task Manager to accommodate both power users and more casual users.
- Windows Azure: Windows Azure enhanced
By Bob Kelly
Several updates to Windows Azure can help you move your organization’s data and applications to the cloud.
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Clustering for high availability
By Jaap Wesselius
Configuring clustering and using Database Availability Groups are two excellent ways to ensure high availability for Microsoft Exchange.
- System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012: Perfecting the private cloud
By Paul Schnackenburg
The forthcoming System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1 expedites virtual management for moving to private or hybrid clouds.
- Management: IT is not the enemy
By Romi Mahajan
When it comes to the Bring Your Own Device movement, IT isn’t necessarily the enemy.
- Utility Spotlight: Modify your mouse
By Lance Whitney
The Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center lets you modify your mouse and keyboard settings to take advantage of new features in Windows 8.
- Windows Confidential: Numerology of the build
By Raymond Chen
Assigning the build number of the Windows release version is a chance for management to do something cute.
- Toolbox: New products for IT professionals
By Greg Steen
These two suites of tools help you monitor and maintain the TCP ports in use on your system and keep your system clean after deleting applications.
- Windows PowerShell: Comment your way to help
By Don Jones
You can add your own comments to your scripts, creating your own online help and tutorial system.
- SQL Q&A: Without a trace
By Paul S. Randal
Processes like backup and restore and consistency checking can cause some unexpected behaviors, but they do make sense.
- Geek of All Trades: VMM 2012 and Server App-V: happy together
By Greg Shields
Microsoft quietly added Server App-V to System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, an excellent move on both the technical and strategic level.
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 10:25
Está disponível uma nova actualização para o filtro Junk E-mail do Outlook 2003/2007/2010.
"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."
O download está disponível para as versões Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007 e Outlook 2010 (32-bit, 64-bit) ou através do Microsoft Update. Como é habitual, está acompanhado pelo respectivo artigo da Knowledge Base:
Foi recentemente disponibilizado para download a ferramenta Microsoft Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool 2.0.
The Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool 2.0 (OCAT ) provides a quick and easy method to analyze your Microsoft Office Outlook profile and mailbox for common configurations that may cause problems in Outlook. This can be very useful for busy Help Desk personnel when end-users call for help with Outlook or when you want to identify possible issues with Outlook proactively.
The Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool 2.0 provides a detailed report of your current Outlook profile and mailbox. This report includes many parameters about your profile, and it highlights any known problems that are found in your profile or mailbox. For any problems that are listed in the report, you are provided a link to a Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article that describes a possible fix for the problem. If you are a Help Desk professional, you can also export the report to a file. Then, the report can be viewed in the Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool on another client computer where the tool is installed. The Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool 2.0 also includes a command-line version that can be used to collect an OCAT scan without user intervention.
Supported operating systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista Service Pack 2, Windows XP Service Pack 3
This download works with the following Microsoft Office programs:
- Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 (Offline Scans only)
- Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
- Microsoft Outlook 2010 (32-bit or 64-bit)
- Microsoft Outlook 2013 (32-bit or 64-bit)
- Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0
16 de novembro de 2012
- Information workers becoming ‘Inbox workers’ as reliance on business email grows
- Not a good week for Exchange Online
- When to have a Lync Trusted Application Pool for Exchange OWA IM Integration?
- Using Lync 2010 client against Lync 2013 server and high-resolution photos from Exchange 2013
- Always Reply in HTML
- Important Changes to Forefront Product Roadmaps
- Put the power of Outlook 2013 behind your Outlook.com email
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: E-mail improved
- Monitoring FOPE (Microsoft Directory Synchronization Tool) using SCOM
- Public Folder replication troubleshooter
- Using eDiscovery to search mailboxes using EWS in Exchange 2013 (the new Exchange)
- MailboxGuid @ SMTP Domain Is The New Endpoint In Outlook For Exchange 2013 Mailboxes
- Disable Default Anti-Malware In Exchange 2013
- How to tackle the default database in Exchange 2013
- Microsoft Exchange 2013 Mailbox Transport Delivery Service Won’t Start After A Reboot
- Exchange 2013 Data Loss Prevention (Part 3)
- Using PinPoint DNS Zones with Exchange 2010
- Moving or making Out of Office messages stand out
- Script: putting Exchange Server 2013 into Maintenance Mode
- Exchange 2013 and the case for protocol-specific namespaces
- Analyzing Exchange 2010 SP2 RU5
- Two PR disasters for the Exchange team in a week. Not good
- Exchange TechNet update unwelcome and unwanted
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:10
14 de novembro de 2012
A Microsoft disponibilizou hoje os mais recentes update rollups para Exchange Server 2007 e Exchange Server 2010.
- Update Rollup 8-v3 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 (KB2778154)
Update Rollup 8-v3 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 (SP3) resolves issues that were found in Exchange Server 2007 SP3 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2007 SP3 customers.
For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB2778154.
This update rollup does not apply to Exchange Server 2007 Release To Manufacturing (RTM), Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
For a list of update rollups applicable to Exchange Server 2007 RTM , Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2), refer to the Knowledge Base article KB937052.
- Update Rollup 7-v3 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (KB2778158)
Update Rollup 7-v3 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 resolves issues that were found in Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 customers.
For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB2778158.
- Update Rollup 5 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 (KB2719800)
Update Rollup 5 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 resolves issues that were found in Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 customers.
For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB2719800.
9 de novembro de 2012
- Migrating an Exchange 2010 DAG to Exchange 2013
- Microsoft MVPs offer Exchange 2013 preview, Office 365 predictions
- The Ultimate Virtualized Machine: Exchange Server
- How VMware Virtualizes Its Exchange Server Environment
- Access Denied when running Test-CsExStorageConnectivity
- Easier collaboration with Site Mailboxes
- Patching Exchange 2010 servers being member of a Database Availability Group (DAG)
- Creating a shared folder (ExUtil$) to support Exchange Server 2013 EAC
- Exporting Mailbox content to PST using EAC in Exchange Server 2013
- How to assign permission to use Import/Export role in Exchange 2013 EAC
- Quick hint: Listing all users from a specific OU using PowerShell
- Importing PST data into Mailbox in Exchange Server 2013 using EAC
- Quick hint: Basic computer actions using PowerShell in Windows Server 2012
- Import/Export PST in Exchange Server 2013 Exchange Admin Center (EAC)
- How To Change Default Data File (.OST) Location in Office 2013
- Attached To You: Exchange 2010 Storage Essays, part 3
- Finding a Domain Controller Within the Same AD Site via PowerShell
- Exchange 2013: The Internal Transport Certificate Cannot be Removed
- How to Export/Import an SSL Certificate to Multiple Exchange 2013 Servers
- How to Assign an SSL Certificate to Services in Exchange Server 2013
- SSL Certificates for Exchange Server 2013
- Exchange Server TechNet Library URLs updated
- Public folders in the new Office
- Offline access in Outlook Web App 2013
- Exchange 2013 Enterprise Edition Can Only Mount 50 Databases
- How To Proxy Outbound Emails Through CAS In Exchange 2013
- Exchange 2013 Send Connector Has Mailbox Server As The Source
- Exchange 2013 Is Configured To Receive Internet Emails Out Of The Box
- Delete All Calendar Entries In An Exchange 2010 Mailbox
- Managing Exchange Server 2010 Active Directory split permissions
- Configuring an Exchange Hybrid Deployment & Migrating to Office 365 (Exchange Online) (Part 3)
- Recreating the Birthday Calendar
- Open the full contact editing form in Outlook 2013
- Apple releases update (6.0.1) for IOS solving Exchange meeting issues
- VBA: No attachments to CC'd recipients
- Change the email account on received email
- Exchange Unwashed Digest for October 2012
- Outlook's missing picture compression feature
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:13
2 de novembro de 2012
- Apple releases iOS 6.0.1 to fix Exchange meeting bug
- Exchange 2013 reduces number of mounted databases to 50
- Microsoft makes Office 2013 available to volume licensees
- Using Exchange Standard or Enterprise Edition to Build a DAG
- Troubleshooting tips for Exchange 2013 OWA IM Integration to Lync 2013
- Creating a new appointment based on an existing one
- Office 365 email and calendar video training courses available
- Outlook Web App and Mobile Phone Videos
- Office 365 - Newly Released Outlook Updates Provide Password Expiration Notifications
- Tip o’ the Week #143 – Share your calendar externally
- Tip o' the Week #142 - Touch and Outlook 2013
- Tip o' the Week #141 - more Outlook 2013 tweaks
- Managing Federated Sharing with the EAC
- EWS Snippets for PowerGui
- Storage, High Availability and Site Resilience in Exchange Server 2013, Part 3
- Disabling Exchange Admin Center (EAC)
- Using the option Proxy through client access server in Exchange Server 2013
- Search query and in-place hold settings grayed out
- Exchange Server 2013 EAC .. cool details!
- Admin Tools Retired In Exchange Server 2013
- How To Find When A User Password Expires?
- Exchange 2013 Data Loss Prevention (Part 2)
- 15 Tips to Optimize an Exchange 2010 Infrastructure (Part 3)
- Import multiple contacts from a vCard file (vcf-file)
- Windows 8 and Outlook compatibility
- Integrating Office Web Apps Server with Exchange Server 2013
- Using New-Migrationbatch to perform local mailbox moves in Exchange Server 2013
- Are we going to see location-based services in Exchange 2013 soon…?
- Warn before sending messages to the wrong email address
- Add attachments and set email fields during a mail merge to email
- Outlook Anywhere coming to a CAS server near you soon
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:01