Tag Archives: Exchange 2007

Did Exchange ActiveSync help Apple to beat RIM?


Now that the dust has settled down after the publication of my recent interview with Perry Clarke, Microsoft VP for Exchange development, it’s a good time to reflect on some of the statements made by Perry and the reaction that … Continue reading

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The dirty little secret about migration to modern public folders


Have you heard about a migration to modern public folders that has gone well? I haven’t. Apart that is from the demo migrations that appear at trade shows and conferences to show that all is well and that Microsoft hasn’t … Continue reading

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Security updates for Exchange December 2013


Updated: 10 December. As anticipated, Microsoft released a set of security bulletins on Tuesday, December 10. Among the set, MS13-105 addresses a number of vulnerabilities in Exchange 2007, 2010, and 2013. The following updates have been released: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 … Continue reading

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New Store, new memory tuning techniques required


One of the more interesting observations that we will soon be able to make is how well the thoroughly overhauled and rewritten Exchange 2013 Information Store functions in production environments. Of course, there’s the small matter of the rest of … Continue reading

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Protecting Exchange mailbox databases against rogue administrators


Jürgen Hasslauer gave an interesting talk at The Experts Conference (TEC) in Barcelona covering the features included in Exchange 2013 to monitor and control access to sensitive data. The talk was based on his experience of assessing Exchange against the … Continue reading

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Tools to manage email and some PowerShell cheat sheets


It was interesting to see the launch of “Inbox Pause”, an add-in for Gmail from Baydin Software, the same folks who develop Boomerang for Gmail (and indeed, Boomerang for Outlook). These add-ins are designed to help manage the constant flow … Continue reading

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Priorities for MEC 2012 attendees


With the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) just a month away, thoughts turn to the hot topics that will be discussed there. Of course, Exchange 2013 is the top order of business and Microsoft will dedicate the majority of their sessions … Continue reading

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Computing survey reports on UK market – 2% still using Exchange 2000?


The U.K. is Microsoft’s largest subsidiary and has always been an important and mature market for Exchange Server. The results of a survey about the pace of transition to Exchange 2010 reported by the well-respected Computing magazine are therefore interesting … 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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PowerShell books for Exchange Administrators


Following my post on why I think every Exchange administrator needs to know PowerShell, I was challenged to say what books someone should read to get up to speed on the topic. So here goes (click here to see my … Continue reading

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