Monthly Archives: June 2005

Exchange ActiveSync and the /Exchange virtual directory

Lucky me, I am working on an issue very similar to this and I happen to run into this blog post by Selva Nalliah.  It is really good detail on how ActiveSync works now and will hopefully work when SP2 … Continue reading

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Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool 2.1

A new build of ExBPA is aailable. Download at the source… Build 2.1.7599.0 The Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer programmatically collects settings and values from data repositories such as Active Directory, registry, metabase and performance monitor. Once collected, a set … Continue reading

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History of OWA

Here is an interesting post by Jim Van Eaton on the history of OWA… “The Exchange Web Client” was the first web email client produced by Microsoft.  It had an interesting green and black color scheme but it did most … Continue reading

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Microsoft to debut Web-based Communicator

Microsoft unveiled plans on Tuesday to introduce a Web-based version of its Communicator enterprise messaging software in order to offer customers increased flexibility in accessing the company’s collaboration and communications tools. Speaking at the Collaborative Technologies Conference in New York, … Continue reading

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Sun, Microsoft To Ship Identity Management Federation Services

The availability of more advanced and secure identity-management platforms and technology for connecting companies is making B2B more palatable to the corporate masses. To that end, Sun Microsystems and Microsoft are extending their identity management platforms with federation capabilities to … Continue reading

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Update for Outlook 2003 Junk Email Filter

This optional update provides the Junk E-mail Filter in Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 with a more current definition of which e-mail messages should be considered junk e-mail.

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Yes!! Microsoft expands reach of best practices tool

In my opinion the Exchange Best Practices analyser Tool is the coolest tool Microsoft released last year. I think all product groups at Microsoft should create such a tool, just like they all make management packs for MOM. Well good … Continue reading

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