- 10 new PowerShell cmdlets you'll need to know for Exchange 2013
- Using the PidTagAdditionalRenEntryIdsEx property in EWS to access localized folders such as the RSS Feeds folder in EWS and Powershell
- Exchange 2013 Malware Protection - Part 2
- How to write an Exchange 2013 transport agent
- Exchange 2013 Server Role Architecture
- Exchange 2013 Client Access Server Role
- Exchange Server 2013 at Technet Videos
- Managing Limits in Exchange Server 2010 (Part 4)
- Migrating a standalone Office 365 tenant to Exchange 2010 (Part 1)
- Do not automatically accept meeting as Tentative
- Changing the sort order of the To-Do Bar elements
- Meeting Room scheduling problems after installing Exchange 2010 SP2 RU 5v2
- EWS & Autodiscover issues when installing MS13-004
- The Future of Antivirus and Malware Scanning in Exchange
- New Store, new memory tuning techniques required
- Mark Crispin, father of IMAP, RIP
- What's New In Exchange Server 2013
- Migration Challenges Related to Exchange 2013 and Windows 2012
25 de janeiro de 2013
21 de janeiro de 2013
A edição de Janeiro 2013 da TechNet Magazine já está disponível para leitura online.
Artigos em Destaque:
- Lync Server 2013 and Exchange Server 2013: Powerful communicator
By Alan Maddison
By integrating Lync Server and Exchange Server, Microsoft will have a powerful communications platform greater than the sum of its parts.
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Backup with Windows Server Backup
By Jaap Wesselius
Using Windows Server Backup to create backup files for Exchange is a good approach, but will require some special configuration.
- IT Management: The dignity of IT
By Romi Mahajan
Reclaiming the dignity of the IT profession is essential to maintaining a culture of innovation and productivity.
- Windows 8: Come alive with tiles
By Ryan Haveson
The data-driven architecture of Windows 8 helps you run numerous apps at once while maintaining performance and battery life.
- Windows 7: Deployment tools
By Jorge Orchilles
There are a handful of tools that can help streamline the process of deploying Windows 7 across the enterprise.
- System Center Virtual Machine Manager: Virtual machine management simplified
By Brien M. Posey
System Center Virtual Machine Manager streamlines managing and configuring your virtual machines and hosts.
- IT Management: Drilling for data
By Rob Sobers
Big data is poised to overwhelm the capabilities of modern business to analyze and manage, but there are both challenges and opportunities.
- SharePoint 2010: Prepare your team
By Steve Wright, and Corey Erkes
Selecting and creating the proper development team structure is critical for successful SharePoint solution development.
- Utility Spotlight: Zoom in and out with ease
By Lance Whitney
ZoomIt lets you zoom in and out and make annotations on-screen to better control technical presentations.
- Windows Confidential: Rationale is highly overrated
By Raymond Chen
If you encounter something puzzling with a product, make the productive choice in how you respond.
- Toolbox: New products for IT professionals
By Greg Steen
This month’s tools help you troubleshoot Web services, centrally manage automated tasks and elevate remote host signal testing.
- Windows PowerShell: What is Windows PowerShell Workflow?
By Don Jones
Using a Windows PowerShell workflow can be a complex process, but ultimately worthwhile in the functionality it provides.
- SQL Q&A: In search of performance
By Paul S. Randal
Reducing workload and smoothing mirroring functions is always a good idea—but shrinking databases is not.
- Geek of All Trades: Automate the wizard
By Greg Shields
You can automate the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 Windows Deployment Wizard and save yourself considerable time and effort.
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:29
We are excited to announce the new Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer. This tool is the result of a combined effort by the teams that created the Lync Remote Connectivity Analyzer and the Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer.
We’ve eliminated OCS and Lync from the name and have a new way to access the website: http://testconnectivity.microsoft.com. The new tool has all the same great tests for Lync and Exchange available on one website. The previous website redirects to this new site.
Author: Premal Gandhi, Microsoft Senior Supportability PM – LyncTM
Editor: Susan S. Bradley
Publication date: January 15, 2013
Product version: Lync Server 2010, Exchange Server 2010
O Office Visio Stencil for Exchange 2013, versão de Janeiro de 2013, já está disponível para download.
This stencil contains Exchange 2013 specific icons to help you create visual representations of Microsoft Exchange 2013 deployments, including on-premises, hybrid, and Office 365.
Creating visual representations of your on-premises, hybrid and Office 365 architectures, including Microsoft Exchange icons is helpful way to communicate your deployment. This Visio stencil provides icons -- many depicting servers, server roles, services, and applications -- that you can use in architecture diagrams, charts, and posters. These icons are primarily centered around on-premise deployments of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, as well as hybrid Office 365 deployments of Exchange 2013.
20 de janeiro de 2013
- The New Remote Connectivity Analyzer
- New Exchange 2013 features tighten integration with SharePoint
- Exchange 2013 storage considerations when virtualizing on Hyper-V
- Top five OWA 2013 improvements that benefit mobile users
- TMG SP2 Rollup 3 available
- Tip o' the Week #154 - Outlook 2013 searching – reprise
- Live@edu customers: New Year, New Service Capabilities with Office 365 for education
- Managing Calendar permissions using PowerShell in Exchange Server 2010
- Removing the first line (#TYPE) when using Export-csv cmdlet
- Fixing Well-Known Folders Troubles
- Exploring a New Exchange Server Environment
- Exchange Server 2013 Database Availability Groups
- Three ways to tighten OWA 2010 security
- Public or private CA: PKI deployment options for Exchange
- Managing OAB in Exchange Server 2013
- Exchange 2010 Calendar Repair Assistant
- Creating a new Calendar,Contacts,Tasks or Notes Sub Folder in EWS with Powershell
- Configuring an Exchange Hybrid Deployment Migrating to Office 365 (Exchange Online) (Part 7)
- Exchange 2013 Mail Flow (Part 3)
- Suggested Contacts folder missing or doesn’t save new addresses in Outlook 2013
- Send meeting details in emails rather than as an invite or ics-attachment
- How to Change the Mapping Service used by Outlook's Map Link
- Exchange Unwashed Digest for December 2012
- Exchange 2013 Alerts
- The meaning of FYDIBOHF23SPDLT
- Microsoft Dodges a Support Bullet with Exchange 2013
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:04
11 de janeiro de 2013
- Your top 10 favorite Outlook posts of 2012
- Skype for Windows 6.1 with Outlook integration makes staying connected even easier
- An overview of the Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Quarantine feature
- Ignite Webcast – What’s New in Exchange 2013?
- Exchange Server 2013 Gotchas
- Exchange 2013 storage considerations when virtualizing on Hyper-V
- Step by step: Exchange 2010 virtualization on vSphere
- KB2750149 breaks WS2012 Fail-over Clustering Snap-In
- Cleaning out the Skeletons in your mailbox by deleting all the Empty folders with EWS and Get-MailboxFolderStatistics
- Outlook : How to regenerate free/busy information using MFC MAPI?
- Installing an Exchange 2010 Test Environment on Windows Azure (Part 1)
- Managing Limits in Exchange Server 2010 (Part 3)
- Do not include weekends on Calendar printout
- Displaying Contact’s age and countdown to Birthday
- Use Instant search to find messages from a contact
- Busy week, lots of commentary about Exchange 2013
- Missing functionality in Exchange 2013 EAC
- Exchange, EAS, and Outlook 2013
- Exchange 2010 SP1 reaches end of support
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:06
9 de janeiro de 2013
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:
4 de janeiro de 2013
- BYOD considerations for Exchange admins
- Introducing Exchange Server 2013 modern public folders
- Hosted Exchange Server: Know what you're getting into
- The top five Outlook 2010 tips of 2012
- Configuring Exchange 2010 out of office messages
- Exchange 2013 Anti-Malware Protection
- Spam in 2013: Buckle Up for a Rough Year
- Thirteen Resolutions for 2013 To Help Stop Spam
- Five Predictions Regarding Spam in 2013
- Using OAB Global Web Distribution in Exchange Server 2010
- EWS Java API 1.2 – get started!
- Converting FolderId's from Get-MailboxFolderStatistics to use in EWS
- Introducing Load Balancing in Exchange Server 2013 (Part 2)
- Applying a retention policy to control Exchange 2013 Health Mailboxes (or trying to, anyway)
- Exchange searches limited to specific item types
- Downgrading an Exchange 2010 Server
- Q: How do I reset Exchange ActiveSync policies applied to my Windows 8 machine for Exchange mailboxes I've since removed?
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:31
3 de janeiro de 2013
A Microsoft disponibilizou uma série de guias Work Smart, dos quais gostaria de destacar What's New in Outlook 2013?
Os tópicos deste guia incluem:
- For more information
The first thing you see when you open Outlook ® 2013 is a new look. It’s cleaner, but it’s also designed to help you focus on what’s important with a clear view of email, calendars, and contacts.