Tag Archives: Exchange 2003

Why Exchange Online Administrators need to understand PowerShell


In my recent review¬†of the free Microsoft Press ebook “Microsoft Office 365: Connect and collaborate virtually anywhere, anytime”, I concluded that the book was a curate’s egg for Exchange administrators. I’m not sure if the analogy worked for readers outside … Continue reading

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“The Register” runs ESEUTIL to rescue an Exchange 2003 server


It’s nice to see that “The Register” continues to support Exchange 2003 administrators with advice such as that offered in the article “Help my Exchange server just rebooted” posted on June 18, 2011.I’m assuming that the article was about Exchange … Continue reading

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Quick but important survey about Exchange 2010 licensing


Paul Robichaux caused some ripples in the calm waters of Microsoft licensing when he wrote about a question that he had received from a Windows IT Pro Magazine reader. The reader was upgrading an Exchange 2003 deployment to Exchange 2010 … Continue reading

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Office 365: Launch on June 28


The invitations have been printed and Steve Ballmer is making the final touches to the PowerPoint that he’s scheduled to present at Microsoft’s formal launch of Office 365. The grand event takes place in New York City on June 28 … Continue reading

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Filers verus Pilers


Many moons ago, good filing habits were deemed to be an important part of office life. Documents had to be correctly placed in the right folder and carefully deposited in a file cabinet to allow the office to operate properly. … Continue reading

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Office 365 reaches public beta


On April 18, Microsoft announced that Office 365 is now in public beta. This is a big thing because it marks the last major hurdle before Office 365 becomes publicly available, an event that is expected later on this summer, … Continue reading

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Microsoft reveals the truth about single-role servers


In the April 8 post on the Exchange team’s blog, a clear direction is given that single-role Exchange servers are not the preferred starting point for designs. In fact, a rather bold statement is made: “… always start design discussions … Continue reading

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