Monthly Archives: April 2006

Exchange Performance Troubleshooting Analyzer (ExPTA) 1.1 has shipped

This release of ExPTA includes the following:   1.    Perfmon data collection:  Collect performance data to log file or analyze previously collected logs.  ExPTA can collect for durations between 5 minutes to 8 hours. Collection works remotely. Data is analyzed … Continue reading

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Microsoft Exchange Server Profile Analyzer Web Release 2.5 Now Available

    A while ago, I blogged about Exchange Server Profile Analyzer tool here. We now have some updates! We are pleased to announce the availability of the Exchange Server Profile Analyzer WR2.5. The new version can be downloaded from … Continue reading

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ExBPA 2.6 released – many great changes!

  We wanted to announce the new major build of ExBPA that we released today: v2.6 (U.S. English).   We did a lot of work to improve usability of the tool in this release. Here are the major differences and … Continue reading

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U.S. Census Bureau buys 500,000 Windows Mobile Devices

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000103&sid=aI7yq3d0SdrY&refer=us     Microsoft Wins Biggest Phone-Software Order, Rivals BlackBerry April 4 (Bloomberg) — Microsoft Corp. won its biggest-ever contract for mobile-phone software, an order from the U.S. Census Bureau that covers 500,000 handsets. Microsoft, the world’s biggest … Continue reading

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Direct Push is just a heartbeat away

Another good explanation of Direct Push posted at EHLO…  Background   Exchange 2003 introduced the Always Up To Date notification feature (AUTD) that kept devices up to date by sending SMS triggers to the device. The triggers were sent from … Continue reading

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Census Bureau to use HTC handhelds in 2010

  For the first census of the 21st Century, the US Census Bureau is finally entering the 20th. In 2010, when the next census is conducted, the agency will use handheld computers, rather than relying on notepads for door-to-door visits. … Continue reading

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