Monthly Archives: October 2005

Exchange Insider articles are now live on the Exchange TechCenter!

Our friend Nino Bilic has posted this article on the new Exchange Insider articles. This is a good place to get deeper technical information from the Exchange User Experience Team within Microsoft. Their goal is to write tech docs and … Continue reading

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New rules synch behavior in Exchange 2003

A solution is now available for a problem which might be encountered when moving a large number of mailboxes between Exchange servers (Knowledge Base article 899328). When you move several mailboxes from one Exchange server to another there may be … Continue reading

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Vmware released Virtual Machine Player, it plays Micrsooft VM’s too

Ok ok. I know this is not specific to email, but if you still use VMWare for testing environments, this is kinda cool. Of course, PS Virtual Server is the official route to go… wink wink. VMware Player is free … Continue reading

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Top 11 Hidden Features in Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2003

Here is an interesting post from Jason Henderson on some cool tricks in OWA2003 and Outlook2003… I think the MultiSelect Sort on Columns is my favorite…. Over the years that OWA has been developed we’ve kept our focus on improving … Continue reading

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Microsoft changes its support for Vmware!

Today Microsoft changed its support towards Microsoft software running on Vmware serveres (and virtual software in general). Untill yesterday if you had a Microsoft Premier Support contract and you had a problem with a Windows server running in a virtual … Continue reading

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Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 release Wednesday

  Tomorow Micrsoft will release Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2. SP2 is a cumulative update that enhances your Exchange Server 2003 messaging environment by adding: • Mobile e-mail improvements • Better protection against spam • Advanced mailbox improvements News Source: … Continue reading

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Sender ID

This is a really cool extension for Outlook if you are working with SenderID You may already know that Exchange 2003 SP2 includes a new feature for SenderID support.  SenderID (http://www.microsoft.com/senderid) is the e-mail authentication framework that targets one of … Continue reading

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