Tag Archives: Outlook 2010

Predictions for 2011: The Exchange Market


On Tuesday, I had an interesting call with Matt Gervais of TechTarget to discuss my views on what will happen for the Exchange market in 2011. Matt is busy talking to some other folks and will share his best assessment … Continue reading

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Beware the effects of enabling an Exchange 2010 archive mailbox


The introduction of archive mailboxes is one of the major new features offered by Exchange 2010. Matters are substantially improved in Exchange 2010 SP1 as it supports the separation of a user’s primary mailbox and their archive mailbox across different … Continue reading

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Arrest the “Reply All” scourge!


Today, Microsoft Research published an interesting add-in that works with both Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 to help suppress the awful mess that users can get themselves into with the ‘Reply All’ button. As you probably know, “reply all” works … Continue reading

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Second day of Exchange Maestro training in Boston


We began day 2 of the Exchange 2010 Maestro seminar with a review of the topics covered in day 1. A spirited discussion occurred about the notion of “backupless” Exchange. In other words, some commentators have advanced the thought that … Continue reading

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On email conversations


The email gods have spoken and Google has listened: Gmail now allows you to turn off conversation mode and display items in folders in the same way that clients have done since the year dot. The announcement was made on … Continue reading

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Why bother with Outlook 2003?


When Microsoft released Outlook 2003 in October 2003 (The history of Outlook is a good link to the history of Outlook), it marked several breakthroughs for Exchange clients. First, Outlook 2003 introduced RPC over HTTP and laid the foundation of … Continue reading

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