Exchange 2007 SysMgmt bloggers want your input

We’re rounding out the 2nd or 3rd week of posting SysMgmt topics periodically to the MSExchangeTeam blog. Here’s our current list of posts that have made it online to date: Title (and URL) The new Exchange 2007 Management Console overview Recipient Management in Exchange 2007 – Overview Top Exchange 2003 Recipient Problems and how they’re fixed…

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Byte Quantified Size and some Powershell tricks

The other day, someone asked me how they could convert the output of an Exchange 2007 property that was being displayed as “Bytes” into KB. They were trying to do all sort of arithmetic (dividing by 1024, etc) to come up with the value and it wasn’t displaying the way they wanted. The good news…

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Exchange Wiki

It’s been blogged a couple of places, but now that I’ve spent a little time out there adding some content, making corrections, etc I want to make sure it gets a mention here also… There’s a new Exchange 2007 Wiki in town! Are you an “Exchange Ninja”? Head over to http://www.exchangeninjas.com/ and find out! This has…


Sysmgmt posts – off and running!

As we closed out the first week of posting our flood of “Exchange 2007 Administrative/System Management” blog posts to the EHLO blog, I’m excited to say that we posted four blog topics from my team. With many more on the way…! Here are the four posts from our first week. Have a look if you…


Evan is back – Blog update and future plans

In case you’re wondering what I’ve been up to during this exceptionally long period of very sporadic posting, today I’ve got some details. Any loyal readers who have stuck with this blog through the last year and a half of near-absolute silence may remember that in Spring of 2005 I moved from Exchange escalation services…

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KB.921181 and "File Share Witness"

KB out yesterday (KB.921181) covers the introduction and details about the new “File Share Witness” quorum model. This is an improvement to the original MNS design that allows a read/write file share to serve as the “voter” for quorum status, eliminating the need for a third (or, at least, “odd-number”) node as voter. This new…

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Exchange 12 and 64-bit

Great post over on EHLO blog about some of the reasons behind the “64-bit only” decision for Exchange 12.