Exchange Server 2007 Management Shell & Scripting

Another Webcast (level 300) coming up shortly which should be worth watching – I’m keeping half an eye on what’s happening with Exchange 2007 and some of the big changes especially around the way in which it is managed. Unfortunately it starts at 9PM for those on UK time so it clashes with whatever drama’s are…

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Exchange 12 CTP has arrived

So I’ve been a little light on blogging over the past couple of weeks while I’ve been over in Redmond for a house-hunting trip before moving over in a couple of weeks, so there was a fair bit of post waiting for me back in the office. The March TechNet Plus subscription was among the pile,…

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Exchange 12 and 64-bit

Worth a listen is a podcast recording by the Exchange Team who explain more about their decision to go 64-bit only. Link is here.

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Find out more about Exchange 12

I have to share this one with you – in around three weeks time, there’s a series of webcasts on Exchange 12 running over 4 days. The better news is (I’m guessing for US attendees only though) is that if you attend all four webcasts (can be viewed on demand, not necessarily live) and you…

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Part 25: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast – RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange – Integrated Auth

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. The final part to the RPC/HTTPS series shows you how to alter the configuration we have such that Outlook 2003 can move seamlessly between external and internal connectivity through the use of integrated authentication. To do this, we need to change both the ISA server and the Exchange server….

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Part 24: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast – RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange – RPC Publishing

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. In the last part, forms based authentication for Outlook Web Access was back running again, bouncing through the localhost listener. In this part, we put RPC/HTTP back into place. We create a publishing rule for the Exchange Virtual Directory being published (/rpc). We also create a publishing rule…

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Part 23: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast – RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange – OWA back to HTTPS

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. We now move Outlook Web Access back to HTTPS, and we correct a naming error on the Network Listener “FBA LocalHost 443” in the last part (it’s actually listening and remains listening on port 80). After having ripped things apart over the last few parts to this series,…

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Outlook calendars – display multiple timezones

I’ve just got out from a meeting and after a colleague happened to display their calendar on the projector noticed something which (for me at least) is really dead useful. I never knew you could display more than one timezone on your Outlook calendar simultaneously. I regularly have online meetings with people based over in…

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Part 22: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast – RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange – Bounce OWA through Localhost

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. To make the next steps clearer, here’s a picture of what we’re trying to achieve in combining Forms Based Authentication with RPC/HTTP, and the routes through which traffic will flow. Hopefully a picture speaks a thousand words – the blogcast goes through configuring ISA to bounce OWA traffic…

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Part 21: Infrastructure essentials Blogcast – RPC/HTTP for Outlook & Exchange – Outlook OK, OWA needs some work

Continuing the blogcast series on infrastructure essentials. With our new rule in place on the ISA Server, this sixth part of configuring TPC over HTTP for Outlook 2003 first takes a quick look at the effects on Outlook Web Access – we now get a basic authentication challenge instead of Forms Basic Authentication. However, we can still…

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