Exchange Tour Unplugged Blog

Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting to the new TechNet Exchange Tour Unplugged blog at http://blogs.technet.com/technet_uk_-_exchange_tour/ while we weave our way around the UK. Tomorrow we’ll be in Coventry, before a short trip to Manchester, a dive back south to Southampton and then back up to Chesterfield on Thursday. If you’ve registered at www.microsoft.com/uk/exchangeunplugged…

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Exchange Tour Unplugged – starts next week

We’re looking forward to hitting the road over the next few weeks to help some of the few remaining Exchange 5.5 organisations understand how best to upgrade their infrastructure to the Windows Server System 2003. Many of the events are now fully booked but we have added a waiting list so there’s still a chance…

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New laptop, new lease of life!

I finally got a new Tablet PC. My old one was designed shortly before the advent of modern computing and although it was slow enough to earn itself the nickname “Sleeping Tablet” I hadn’t realised how slow until I got a new machine. So here I am blogging from my Toshiba Tecra M4. It’s not…

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New Microsoft Exchange Server Analyzer Tools

In case you haven’t seen this yet: New Microsoft Exchange Server Analyzer Tools Now Available! Download the latest versions of the Microsoft Exchange Server Analyzer Tools and start to identify and help resolve potential configuration, performance, and disaster recovery problems in an Exchange Server messaging topology.·         ExBPA 2.5.  This is the next version of the widely…

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Ah, the Activities tab… where it all began

My very first blog posting here on TechNet was about the very lovely (and much-neglected) Activities tabs that Outlook provides inside each Contact item. When you first click this tab, Outlook busies itself finding all items in your personal folders related to this contact. It’s a simple way of seeing when your next meeting with…

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