- Replacing Forefront TMG: Alternate reverse-proxy options for Exchange
- Comparing Exchange 2013 and Office 365 pricing and feature sets
- New Ignite Webcast - Using Message Trace in Office 365
- Exchange 2013 Admin Center URL’s
- Don’t Leave POP/IMAP Protocol Logging Enabled
- Using Exchange Web Services to Apply a Personal Tag to a Custom Folder
- Ambiguous URLs and their effect on Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 Migrations
- Video - Exchange 2013 Anti-Spam Part 4 - Sender ID Filter
- Using the EWS FindPeople operation in Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online (2013)
- Using Get-SetupLog.ps1 To Analyze Setup Logs In Exchange 2013
- The Migration Mailbox For The Organization Is Either Missing Or Invalid Error During Exchange 2013 Mailbox Move
- How To Find Which Store Worker Process Is Responsible For A Mailbox Database In Exchange 2013
- Upload GAL Photos Using Exchange 2013 OWA Options (ECP)
- Continuous Backup for Exchange Server 2013 with DPM 2012 (Part 2)
- Transitioning to Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) (Part 1)
- Splitting a pst-file into yearly archives
- Sorting order options for the Reminders Window
- How do Retention Policies work under specific scenarios?
- OWA 2013 CU1 Redirection is Broken for Legacy Mailboxes
- Fix for Excessive Duplicate Contacts
- Sending cash via Gmail: an invitation to scammers?
- Exchange Unwashed digest: April 2013
- Exchange 2010: Page Zeroing and VSS Based Backups
- The rather splendid Exchange 2013 server calculator
24 de maio de 2013
21 de maio de 2013
A tão aguardada ferramenta Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator v5.1 foi finalmente disponibilizada para download. Tal como era hábito com a sua predecessora, a Exchange 2010 Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator, foi anunciada por Ross Smith IV no Microsoft Exchange Team Blog.
Há várias novidades nesta nova versão. Tal como devem ter reparado pelo nome, a ferramenta deixou de ser exclusiva para o role de mailbox e inclui agora também client access servers e dimensionamento da componente de transporte (uma vez que esta é agora parte integrante do mailbox role).
Para mais detalhes e instruções de utilização da ferramenta, não deixem de ler Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator Readme.
19 de maio de 2013
Está disponível uma nova actualização para o filtro Junk E-mail do Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013.
"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, Outlook 2010 (32-bit, 64-bit) e Outlook 2013 (32-bit, 64-bit) ou através do Microsoft Update. Como é habitual, está acompanhado pelo respectivo artigo da Knowledge Base:
17 de maio de 2013
A edição de Maio 2013 da TechNet Magazine já está disponível para leitura online.
Artigos em Destaque:
- Cloud Computing: Cloud mergers and acquisitions
By Jonathan S. Marashlian, and Allison D. Rule
There can be sales taxes and government fees associated with the mergers and acquisitions of cloud computing services.
- Windows 8: Go mobile with Windows 8
By Billy Anders
Many of the improvements made to Windows 8 are designed to streamline and help you manage mobile connectivity.
- SharePoint 2010: Grow your SharePoint farm
By Steve Wright, and Corey Erkes
SharePoint includes a number of tools and management interfaces for configuring and managing your SharePoint farm.
- Virtualization: Run Hyper-V on commodity hardware
By Brien M. Posey
You don’t need high-end hardware to run Hyper-V. When properly configured, you can run Hyper-V on mere mortal machines.
- Virtualization: The benefits of VDI
By Jorge Orchilles
Using virtual desktop infrastructure can give you a degree of flexibility and ease of management using limited resources.
- IIS: Enable IIS remote management
By Jason Helmick
You can use Windows PowerShell remoting to expedite enabling remote management from a remote server.
- IT Management: Capacity planning
By Ryan Haveson
You need a data-driven system to perform effective and accurate capacity planning for project workloads.
- IT Management: IT events: community, content, commerce
By Romi Mahajan
Trade shows and other gatherings of IT professionals provide a forum for sharing ideas and developing a sense of community.
- Windows Confidential: Once bitten, twice shy
By Raymond Chen
You have to be careful what you include in your default links history, because it may inadvertently cause problems.
- Utility Spotlight: Manage and update Internet Explorer 10
You can use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit or Group Policy to control and modify settings in Internet Explorer 10.
- Windows PowerShell: Workflow activities in depth
By Don Jones
Each month this year, Don Jones will present an installment in a 12-part tutorial on Windows PowerShell Workflow. We encourage you to read through the series in order, beginning with the January 2013 column.
- Toolbox: New products for IT professionals
By Greg Steen
These two systems-monitoring products give you a sweeping view of network operations, right down to system-level details.
- Geek of All Trades: Certificates made easy: part 2
By Greg Shields
You can create and provision custom certificates relatively easily following this process.
- SQL Q&A: Keep your data manageable
By Paul S. Randal
This month, our SQL Server columnist helps readers parse through differing data, develop strategy and manage data with filegroups.
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 19:12
- Display the member count of a Contact Group
- Outlook.com now lets you chat with Google friends – one more reason to make the switch
- The new Office Garage Series: Automating User Provisioning in Office 365
- ‘Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet’ Takes a Hard Look at the Dark Art of Spam
- Using SCVMM Placement Rules with Exchange Servers
- Exchange 2013 Unattended Installation Script v1.1
- Exchange 2013 KB articles RSS feed
- Removing Messages by Message Class (Updated)
- Released: Exchange Server 2013 Management Pack
- Released: Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator
- Exchange 2013 Local Mailbox Moves (Part 3)
- Configuring an Exchange Hybrid Deployment Migrating to Office 365 (Exchange Online) (Part 12)
- Outlook vs. Outlook.com vs. Outlook Web App
- What is stored in the ost-file and why is it larger or smaller than my mailbox?
- Create tasks for outlook.com and a second Tasks folder
- Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements Calculator – What does it mean for Exchange implementations?
- Announcing the Sixth Annual UC Roundtable at TechEd 2013!
- Exchange Unwashed blog digest March 2013
- Creating Custom DLP Classification Rules and Policy
- Quick Exchange 2013 DAG Setup Guide
- Migration challenges await in City of Boston's transition to Gmail
- New email features from Microsoft and Google prove the worth of competition
- Exchange 2013 CU1 migration considerations
- Five free Exchange and Outlook add-ons that ease administration woes
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 18:52
16 de maio de 2013
A equipa Microsoft IT disponibilizou 2 novos documentos com algumas das melhores práticas para melhorar a segurança da Active Directory.
- Securing Active Directory: An Overview of Best Practices - The threat of compromise to IT infrastructures from external attack is rapidly growing and evolving. The Active Directory environment is often the target for these attacks. This article details steps that your organization can take to protect its Active Directory environment
- Best Practices for Securing Active Directory - This document contains recommendations to assist organizations in enhancing the security of their Active Directory installations. By implementing these recommendations, organizations will be able to identify and prioritize security activities, protect key segments of their organization’s computing infrastructure, and create controls that significantly decrease the likelihood of successful attacks against critical components of the IT environment. This document discusses the most common attacks against Active Directory and countermeasures to reduce the attack surface, and recommendations for recovery in the event of complete compromise.
O Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Management Pack v15.00.0620.030 está disponível para download. Para informação detalhada de utilização deste management pack, queiram por favor consultar Exchange Server 2013 Management Pack Documentation.
The Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Management Pack provides comprehensive service health information for your Exchange organization.
The Exchange 2013 Management Pack is engineered for organizations that include servers running Exchange 2013.
The key feature of this management pack is user focused monitoring. The simplified dashboard focuses on the user experience and makes it easier for you quickly determine exactly what your users are experiencing.
The Exchange Server 2013 Management Pack works with the Managed Availability feature in Exchange 2013. The alerts within the System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) portal indicate unhealthy states as reported by the Managed Availability components in Exchange 2013.
The following are some of the new features in the Exchange 2013 Management Pack:
- Simplified dashboard The dashboard of the Exchange 2013 Management Pack has been simplified and refined into the following three categorie
- Active Alerts Provides a list of all outstanding alerts in your organization.
- Organization Health Provides an overview of the overall service health in your organization.
- Server Health Provides an overview of the health of individual servers in your organization.
- User focused monitoring Exchange 2013 introduces a monitoring and recovery infrastructure called Managed Availability. Managed Availability focuses on the user experience. All Exchange 2013 components have built-in monitors that detect problems and attempt to recover the service availability. Any issues that can't be recovered automatically are escalated to the Exchange 2013 Management Pack as an alert.
Supported Operating System: Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter, Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise, Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, Windows Server 2012
You have one of the following versions of System Center Operations Manager deployed:
- System Center Operations Manager 2012 RTM or later
- System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 or later
10 de maio de 2013
- Continuous Backup for Exchange Server 2013 with DPM 2012 (Part 1)
- Managing Relay connectors in Exchange Server 2007/2010 (Part 2)
- How to configure Office Web Apps Server for use with Exchange 2013
- Options for accessing Exchange Server mail on Surface tablets
- Fine-tuning your Exchange Server network configuration
- Troubleshooting Exchange calendar reminder issues
- New Exchange 2013 features may help simplify migration decisions
- Updated Guide: Using Outlook.com with your own or current email address
- Tip o’ the Week #173 – LinkedIn Contacts in Outlook
- Retrieving ActiveSync Logs: Using Outlook Web App
- One liners: Get All Exchange Users Who Are Configured for Forwarding
- Syntax Highlighting File for UltraEdit Includes Exchange 2010/2013, Lync 2010/2013, and ActiveDirectory cmdlets
- Exporting and Importing Exchange Auto Attendant Prompts
- Test-ExchangeServerHealth.ps1 v1.2 Released
- Proxying Outbound Email Through Exchange 2013 Client Access Servers
- Ask the Perf Guy: Sizing Exchange 2013 Deployments
- Use Exchange Web Services and PowerShell to Discover and Remove Direct Booking Settings
- EAC Access While Co-Existing Exchange 2013 With 2010
- Separate rules for Exchange and POP3 accounts
- Collect external POP3 emails quicker on Outlook.com
- Where to get free support for Microsoft Exchange Server
- Online Services in Outlook: Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, GoDaddy
- New behavior in Outlook 2013 causing certificate errors in some environments
- Configuring site mailboxes: a candidate for automation
- The curious lack of Exchange 2013 hardware planning tools
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 18:58
4 de maio de 2013
- Data Loss Prevention (DLP) in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and Office 365
- Catching up on Microsoft Outlook 2013 deployment considerations
- New Outlook 2013 features help manage OST files
- A closer look at Outlook 2013
- An intro to RBAC management in Exchange 2013
- What to know to create Exchange 2013 site mailboxes with SharePoint
- Reporting on primary and secondary SMTP addresses on Exchange objects
- Skype comes to Outlook.com
- Outlook.com: 400 million active accounts, Hotmail upgrade complete and more features on the way
- Configuring Outbound Mail Flow in Exchange Server 2013
- Checkboxes Greyed Out When Managing Services for an Exchange 2013 SSL Certificate
- Warning: Please Restart the Microsoft Exchange Information Store Service After Adding New Mailbox Databases
- Issues With Load Balancing SMTP Traffic
- Public Folders and Exchange Online
- Introducing Message Analyzer, an SMTP header analysis tool in Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer
- Troubleshoot your Exchange 2010 database backup functionality with VSSTester script
- Clearing the RSS Feeds folder in Exchange using EWS and Powershell
- You Cannot Uninstall One Role Alone In Exchange 2013
- Is RSAT Clustering CmdInterface Required For Exchange 2013 RTM Install?
- Exchange 2013 Local Mailbox Moves (Part 2)
- Migrating a standalone Office 365 tenant to Exchange 2010 (Part 8)
- Send To Mail Recipient in HTML and with Signature
- Forward, Reply All or Print in Outlook.com
- Sync calendar and contacts using Outlook.com
- HOWTO: Visual guide to turn on Exchange ActiveSync mailbox logging through OWA
- Upgrading Office 365 to Wave 15: My support experience to date
- Office 365 support case resolved – thankfully!
- How to use Eseutil.exe to perform actions while databases are online
- Why Exchange 2013 asks you to restart the Information Store after creating a new database
- Exchange Connections - Calling all speakers
- Microsoft Infographic: The Enormity of What We Just Did
Publicado por Rui J.M. Silva @ 15:04