Using C# to get to MultiValuedProperty

Today’s post is to address a question we dealt with fairly recently through a customer escalation. The customer was trying to figure out the best way to programmatically get access to the entries in a MultiValuedProperty collection returned as part of an Exchange object. Specific example we’ll use here: Read in one or more mailbox…


Generating LDP Dumps from PowerShell

Back in my PSS days, it was a common data-gathering/troubleshooting technique to collect “LDP Dumps” (ie – full AD propertyname+value data for a given object) as a way of collecting data for a troubleshooting investigation. If you’re a really long-time Exchange administrator, just pretend I said “raw mode dump” and know that it’s effectively the…


Interact 2008 – April 8-10, 2008

I just heard that (Exchange VP) Terry’s going to be giving the keynote at Interact this year, and he’s promised the first real public details about ExchangeLabs! Sweet… this is exciting stuff! Plus — Robert and Andrew will be presenting the PowerShell Automation talk, so that alone makes the conference worthwhile, of course. 🙂