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A few days ago
episode 35 of The UC Architects podcast went live! Service Packed!
With Steve Goodman hosting, joined by John Cook, Michael Van
Hybrid, Michel de Rooij, Serkan Varoglu, Ståle Hansen and yours truly. Our
editor was the legendary Andrew Price. In this episode we talk (a lot) about
Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1, a ...
On the 25th of November the Dutch usergroup NGN (Netwerk Gebruikersgroep Nederland) will organize an Exchange themed evening event and I'm one of the speakers. I'm extra excited as it will be held at the OGD ICT Diensten head office in Delft, my employer!
My session will be about Exchange and mobile devices, focused on ActiveSync but also on ...
Recently somebody asked via Twitter my what the make and model is of my laptop, used for Exchange testing environments. Well, 140 characters is not a lot of space so I decided to blog about it.
Our company uses Dell laptops as a laptop standard, but other vendors might have comparable configurations. The main model type is a Precision M4700, but ...
This blog post is something I intended to write for a while now, because it is a question that i get asked a lot. On which Exchange server roles do you need to install the Exchange malware protection software, be it the now no longer for sale Forefront Protection for Exchange or similar products from McAfee, Symantec or GFI and the like.
Why is ...
*** Update 16/11/2012 ***
There is seemingly an serious issue with Exchange 2010 SP2RU5, do not install it! Wait for v2 and/or check the EHLO Exchange team blog regularly
Moments ago, Scott Schnoll tweeted the download URLs for new Exchange updates:
Update Rollup 8-v3 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 (KB2778154) and the KB ...
Somebody asked me today, whether it is a good idea to set the postmaster address in Exchange. Well, short answer: yes! It's is even mandatory according to RFC 5321 section 4.5.1.
For Exchange 2010 you will have to use the Set-TransportConfig cmdlet: Set-TransportConfig -ExternalPostmasterAddress <ExternalPostmasterSMTPAddress> For ...
Today’s question of the day is whether you can restrict users mailing to a specific Distribution Group in Exchange?
Yes, you can. You can add users but also Distribution Groups to the list of who the Distribution List will accept messages from. The messages of members of the Distribution will then be accepted. A (mail enabled) Security Group is ...
Edit 6th may 2010: Similar issue with same solution is confirmed and will be patched by Microsoft. See here.
Recently I transitioned an Exchange 2003 Server to Exchange 2010. For the client redirection, I mostly wait two week before decommissioning the old Exchange server. Mailboxes, mail flow, remote access and the default Public Folder are all ...
In part 1 we’ve discussed the Exchange Mode, Domain Controllers and Schema Master compatibility. In part 2 we’ve discussed the Global Catalog and the Domain and Forest Functional level up to Windows 2008. So, that leaves us with Windows Server 2008 R2.
During the time it took to write this series of blogs a lot more information was made ...
In part 1 of this series, I discussed the requirements of Exchange Mode, Domain Controllers and the Schema Master in combination of various versions of Exchange.
In this post I will discuss the placement of Global Catalogs (GC), the Domain Functional Level (DFL) and Forest Functional level (FFL) required. In part 3 I will discuss the ...