Tag Archives: Microsoft Exchange Server

Google and Microsoft spat over ActiveSync: Hardly a war, more like a skirmish

January 30 Update: Just on the deadline, it seems like Google has acceded to a request from Microsoft to extend its support for ActiveSync connections to Gmail until July 31, 2013. The step simply makes sense as it reduces the … Continue reading

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Another STC award for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out

The nice people at Microsoft Press have been in contact with me again to let me know that my book Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out has now received an “excellence” award from the Society of Technical Communication (STC), the professional body … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Messaging Records Management strategy still evolving

New blog post on WindowsITPro.com. Basically sine comments about the evolution of MRM since Exchange 2007 and how the strategy changed in Exchange 2010 (with MRM 2.0) and Exchange 2010 SP1 (changes to the UI and how the Managed Folder … Continue reading

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Controlling EWS access in Exchange 2010 SP1

Another example of a late-breaking change in Exchange 2010 SP1 that causes authors to tear their hair out (if they have any) is the new ability to control access to Exchange Web Services (EWS) on an organization-wide or user-specific basis. … Continue reading

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Preparation continues for the Exchange 2010 SP1 training in October

As I have posted on before, Paul Robichaux and I will be leading two three-day Exchange 2010 SP1 training events in the Doubletree Guest Suites in Boston (October 13-15) and at the Sheraton Anaheim Hotel (October 18-20). I guess those … Continue reading

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