By now you’ve noticed that Outlook 2003 doesn’t do encryption out of the box, and you KNOW there’s a better way of doing this than touching every desktop by hand – here it is: KB2006508 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2006508 talks you through how to build the GPO for Outlook 2003 and 2007 While were talking about Outlook […]
No Exchange 2007 is NOT dead – on the contrary, it’s getting better as is proved by the lasted blog post entitled Overview of Exchange 2007 SP2 Rollup Installation. This post and the previous post announcing the release of the rollup made it quite clear that support for Exchange 2007 is ongoing and quite healthy! […]
A quick mention and a quote from the original post. I’d like to encourage anyone who is in an architectural or operational capacity to subscribe to the Exchange teams blog. Quoting from the original blog post: Exchange CXP team has released Update Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 RTM (KB 982639) to the download center. […]
For some time we’ve had the luxury of a catalogue of patches, service packs, hot fixes and more, but it’s astounding how many people don’t seem to know about it. With that in mind, please feel free to browse to http://catalog.update.microsoft.com and search for just about anything. You may search for a technology – here […]
Just a quick note to mention that if you’re a TechNet or MSDN subscriber, you can download office 2010 RIGHT NOW. How do I know? I’m busy doing it? How do I know? I’m busy doing it, downloading the 64 bit versions of Office, Project and Visio 2010.
The Microsoft Exchange Team has released two architecture diagrams pertaining to the Exchange 2010 Hub Transport Server. These diagrams are useful to anyone supporting or architecting Exchange 2010 since they reveal components of the Hub Server which aren’t revealed using the Exchange Management Shell. Looking at the diagrams you’ll understand much more about queues, how […]
The Exchange Storage calculator is out. Ross Smith IV has done a supper job on updating the storage calculator and releasing it. Why do you need it? Sizing Exchange can be a bit of a black art. understanding your users, how they’re using mail, understanding the disk I/O parameters of the disks in your SAN […]
Download the Exchange 2010 help file as a standalone help file. Invaluable for research, planning, writing, etc! Get the download here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=8071C31F-45BE-48DC-BFCA-E1FB51F544D2&displaylang=en
The Exchange Management Shell Quick Reference for Exchange 2010 is available for download here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=6a516cc0-c337-40c5-adda-3e8f023870e1#tm This reference contains a list of commands (cmdlets, syntax, etc) that are available in the new version of Exchange
Exchange 2010 is available for download here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=05741f65-2a7b-4070-879f-d74208d6171d#tm The download is 339.6 MB large, is 64 bit ONLY and the version should resolve to 14.00.0639.021 Skip the marketing on the bottom and go download it. Enough said.. Go get it.