Outlook Add-In for Junk Email Reporting

In a previous post I discussed the free trial that anyone can sign up to for Exchange Hosted Services (Frontbridge). The following Outlook pluggin is great example of the Exchange integration. Sweet 🙂



I wanted to draw your attention to the new Netmon Blog which will be alive with tips and tricks of the new Network Monitor 3 which is due to RTM shortly. As previously discussed you can join the BETA program here.


S/MIME Control in Ex2003SP2 and IE7

Just wanted to draw your attention to the following article if you use S/MIME through OWA: The Outlook Web access (OWA) form stops responding after you install Internet Explorer 7.0 and the S/MIME control on a client. The update is live at: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=41275DEC-4C01-4C41-AA64-C9DBE5EA3F7E&displaylang=en The associated KB# is 924334


MMMUG UK (Microsoft Messaging and Mobility UK)

Last night I went along the MMMUG meeting which was organised by Nathan and held at our MS Office in London. I will be following up on the questions raised as soon as I can. Firstly, I would like to thank Nathan for creating the UK Exchange User Group and inviting Greg and I down to…


Internet Explorer 7 Released

You can download IE7 from here To help customers become more secure and up-to-date, Internet Explorer 7 will be distributed as a high-priority update via Automatic Updates in November.  In addition, Internet Explorer 7 (with protected mode capability) will ship in Windows Vista in 35 languages. Here are what some people are saying… “If you’ve never used…


Remember Daylight Savings…..

Just want to point you all to Paul’s recent Blog – You have been warned..! Thanks to Junners (CPR Premier Support) for the reminder.


Forefront Security for Exchange 2007

ForeFront Security for Exchange: Forefront Security for Exchange protects organizations against the latest threats by managing multiple antivirus scan engines at multiple layers throughout the e-mail infrastructure. This approach allows Forefront for Exchange to minimize the average window of exposure for emerging e-mail threats by providing continual signature updates from multiple antivirus labs around the…


Testing with the Ex2007 Default ReceiveConnector

While testing with Ex2007 you may want to fire mail at it either through Telnet or another source to simulate mailflow. By default when you install Exchange 2007 you will see two default connectors configured on the Hub Transport role: Default <Name> Client <Name> To find out exactly what is configured on these connectors you can…


Windows Live Add-In for Outlook

Here’s a real cool feature that allows you to create a meeting request \ appt and add directions and maps to the request using Windows live. The recepient will then be able to figure out where they need to be for the meeting. Cool.


&quot;..poised to become the de facto leader in email security…&quot;

For those of you that have a close eye on the industry, then you may well have seen the latest Gartner report which comments on where we (Microsoft) are going with our Messaging story. It’s a great story and should not be dismissed: You can access the full report and Quadrant here, but here’s the crux:…