Monthly Archives: October 2011

Greenwich, Sybari, and debates about PC versus Mac


This past week we (Paul Robichaux, Brian Desmond, and I) finished the last in the current series of Exchange 2010 Maestro events. We were in the Hyatt Regency in Greenwich CT, which proved to be a perfectly acceptable location. Attendees … Continue reading

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Exploring Office 365 recipient limits


Office 365 is available in a number of plans. Small business owners, like myself, find the low-cost entry point of Plan P1 very attractive while larger enterprises will find that the “E” plans better suit their needs (see this blog … Continue reading

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RWC ends and I’m off to Greenwich and Vegas


This coming week I’m travelling from Dublin to Greenwich, CT for the last in the current series of Exchange 2010 Maestro training events where I’ll be joining up again with fellow MVPs Paul Robichaux and Brian Desmond to deliver around twenty … Continue reading

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Date range exports with New-MailboxExportRequest


From Exchange 2010 SP1 onward, a new method is used to export and import mailbox data. Instead of forcing administrators to run Outlook on a mailbox server so as to be able to use Outlook’s ability to read and write … Continue reading

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Exchange Panel Session at TEC 2011


I participated in an interesting panel sessions at TEC 2011 EMEA in Frankfurt on Tuesday. Panel sessions can be an embarrassment for both panelists and audience if no one asks any questions or the questions don’t contain sufficient meat to … Continue reading

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RWC events, weekly happenings, and Frankfurt calling


Wow… what a Rugby World Cup (RWC) semi-final. Wales were desperately unlucky to end up at the wrong end of a 9-8 result as France staggered through to the final to emulate their feat at the original RWC in 1987. … Continue reading

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Answering questions from SearchExchange about Office 365 deployments


Last week I sat down (in virtual terms) with Matt Gervais, site editor of SearchExchange.com to discuss some questions arising from a recent survey that they had done of Exchange customers to determine their attitude to Office 365.  You can download … Continue reading

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