Tag Archives: MECisBack

What to do about Outlook’s synchronization logs?

Those of you who read my “other” blog (at WindowsITPro.com) are probably aware of my views on Outlook’s continuing failure to be able to suppress or otherwise deal with the generous number of synchronization logs that the client generates. Last … Continue reading

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Countdown accelerates to Microsoft Exchange Conference – worth attending?

As I write, there are 67 days to go before the new, improved, and so much better Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) returns after its ten-year hiatus. Even though I have attending far too many IT conferences in Orlando, I’ll be … Continue reading

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To MEC or not to TEC, where are my Connections?

I think that there’s a fair chance that I am the only person to have presented keynote sessions at each of the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC), The Experts Conference (TEC), and the Exchange Connections conference. As such I might be … Continue reading

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I miss the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC)!

Update March 6, 2012: Well, the lobbying has succeeded and Microsoft has announced that they are bringing back MEC. You can get more information from MECisBack.com or read my take on the new MEC on WindowsITPro.com. ———- I first attended … Continue reading

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