Monthly Archives: July 2004

Microsoft Community Blogs

Well, MS has published a web site for all internal employee BLOG’s that are available publicly.  They are sorted by topic.  Have fun.  Looks like my RSS reader will be busy. http://www.microsoft.com/communities/blogs/PortalHome.mspx Advertisements

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Recover deleted items using OWA

This is an original post from Paul Holmes at Horizons Consulting http://www.hrizns.com    As you may be aware, there is a registry setting which you can set on a workstation to allow you to recover items that have been deleted from … Continue reading

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Recovery Storage Groups bug – Must have matching Parenthsis!

This is an original post from Paul Holmes from Horizons Consulting http://www.hrizns.com    While working on the Exchange 2003 servers, I ran into an interesting issue.  After creating a recovery storage group I attempted to add a mailbox store to the … Continue reading

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What is that ca_defaults.xml in Exchange 2003 SP1 ADC anyway?

http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/07/19/187735.aspx  |  Comments A common complaint with the version of ADC Tools released with Exchange 2003 was:   When you use the wizard to create your connection agreements you don’t have a chance to look at them or change them … Continue reading

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July 13, 2004 Updated: Exchange Server 2003 Disaster Recovery Operations Guide

Microsoft has released on July 13th a revised edition of the Exchange Server 2003 Disaster Recovery Operations Guide. Some of the things covered in this document are: What not to backup when doing a full computer backup. How to backup … Continue reading

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Duplicate Detection of Messages

http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/07/14/183132.aspx  |  Comments Duplicate detection of delivered messages is done by the Exchange store. The store does duplicate detection based on two properties on the message – the Internet Message Id and the client submit time. We would have liked … Continue reading

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Next Exchange might get "log shipping" support

Next Exchange might get “log shipping” support Posted by bink on July 1, 2004 at 6:25 PM     At a Exchange session the speaker revealed that the Exchange team is researching “log shipping” support for the next version of … Continue reading

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