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Exchange Server 2010 available worldwide

From the MSExchangeTeam Blog : It is my distinct pleasure to announce today the global availability of Exchange Server 2010. This has been an amazing journey from conception to launch, and the team has delivered an unprecedented line up of innovations in this release. I am incredibly proud of the team and our product. The […]

Introduction to Exchange 2010 – free e-Learning Clinic now available

Hi, I just want to share with you that, as reported on the Microsoft Readiness and training blog, Microsoft has released a new free, one-hour e-Learning clinic, providing an introduction to Exchange 2010. If you have a Microsoft Live ID, you can access the Clinic at https://www.microsoftelearning.com/eLearning/courseDetail.aspx?courseId=117959&offerPriceId=249673&tab=details

Exchange 2007/2010 : Renaming attachments ‘on the fly’ – custom transport agent

It may sound a bit extraordinary, but I needed to have the ability to change attachment filenames while they were being processed by the transport service on Exchange. I can’t really tell you why I needed this functionality, but I guess there could be many reasons to do so. (e.g. zip files should be renamed […]

Fixing Exchange 2007 Offline Address Book generation (oalgen) and distribution issues

Today, I’m going to share some ‘notes from the field’ about fixing oab issues in Exchange 2007 In order to fully understand the oab generation and distribution process, I will assume that you are running the Mailbox server role and HUB/CAS server roles on different servers. Of course, this is not a requirement to run […]

First look at Exchange 2010 Beta1 High Availability using DAG

Lab config : 1 x Windows 2008 server Standard Edition, 64bit : DC + HUB/CAS Server role : dionysus – 192.168.0.21 2 x Windows 2008 servers Enterprise Edition, 64bit : Mailbox server roles : exch2010mb1 (192.168.0.22) and exch2010mb2 (192.168.0.23) 2 Databases will be created (one on each mailbox server, created automatically when the Mailbox role […]

Free Tool : PVE POP3 Collector v1.2 released today

After working a couple of weeks on the POP3 Collector, I’m happy to anounce the general availability of v1.2 of the free PVE POP3 Collector.  The new version can be downloaded from this link. The new version starts at 1.2.0.1000, because of a bug in the 1.1 branch update-check routines. New features in this version […]

Dynamic Distribution Lists not working as expected (0 recipients during mail routing)

Today, I encountered an interesting problem which appeared to be strange behaviour in Exchange 2007 at first, but fianlly ended up being a small configuration mistake. It just was not that easy to troubleshoot(but in the end, it all makes sense) This is what happened : I created a dynamic distribution list, based on company […]

Free tool – Attachment filtering with Exchange 2007/2010 (custom transport agent)

Keywords : microsoft exchange 2007 attachment size filtering quarantine block reject small zip files attached When messaging admins need to implement some sort of attachment filtering, they mostly think about antivirus products, or using transport rules in Exchange 2007.  I have discovered that not a lot of antivirus products nor the Exchange 2007 built-in functionalities […]

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