Siegfried Jagott

Siegfried Jagott is a Microsoft topic manager and principal consultant at Siemens in Germany. He's an MCSE and presents at conferences on Windows, messaging, and collaboration topics. He's author of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices (Microsoft Press) and Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) #10135 and #10165 for Exchange 2010, and he's co-authored various other Windows and Exchange books.

Articles by Siegfried Jagott
Exchange Server 2010 Best Practices: Namespace Planning
Planning your namespaces is an important step in preparing for your Exchange Server 2010 organization. Learn about the types of namespaces that are possible and the requirements and caveats of each.
How the Outlook Sniffer Processes Your Appointments 5
The sniffer automatically puts a time blocker on your Outlook calendar when you view a meeting request; follow these steps if you want to prevent that tentative appointment from appearing on your calendar.
The CFL and Other RSS Features in Outlook 2007
The Common Feed List syncs your RSS feeds between Outlook 2007 and Internet Explorer 7.0, and you can use Outlook Rules to organize your RSS feeds.
Norway, and RSS feeds on your Windows Mobile Device
Whether you're using Windows Mobile 6.1 or Windows Mobile 6.0, a smartphone or a PDA, you'll be able to synchronize RSS feeds through Outlook Mobile so you can stay connected while you're on the road.
Changing Feed Locations with Outlook 2007's RSS Feature 2
Outlook 2007 introduced an integrated method of managing RSS subscriptions. Here are some ways to change the default location where your feeds will go.
New Add-On Changes the Way You Work with Outlook 3
Xobni is a great tool that analyzes your Inbox and email data, providing you with email usage statistics and organizing information about your contacts in an easy-to-use sidebar.
Text Messaging from Your Inbox with OMS
After you set up Outlook Mobile Service, you'll be able to use your Outlook client to send text messages and forward email messages as text messages, and you can get calendar alerts on your mobile device.
A Few Regulations Relevant to Email Journaling 1
Increased government corporate financial oversight requires IT admins to journal increasingly more internal and external communications. Here are some of the federal and international laws that pertain to journaling.
Get Compliant with Exchange Server 2007 Journaling 2
Regulatory compliance and internal audit policies force many organizations to journal email messages, voicemails, and fax messages. Exchange Server 2007 makes journaling easy by establishing managed journal rules enforced through the Hub Transport server.
Investigating Outlook 2007's Outlook Mobile Service 3
Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 features the Outlook Mobile Service (OMS), which lets you integrate Outlook's mobile capabilities with your mobile devices. Find out what you need to do to set it up.
Outlook 2007 and SharePoint Synchronization: How It Really Works - 12 Mar 2008

I recently had an excellent discussion with Dominique Parris, a reader of this column, about how Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 synchronizes with SharePoint—which is different from what we're used to when using Outlook 2007 to download email, and from how Outlook 2003 synchronizes with Windows SharePoint Services 2.0. We discovered some very interesting details and insights that I'd like to share with you.

SP1 Changes in Outlook 2007
Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 SP1 includes 104 bug fixes and performance enhancements. Here are some of the most important, in case you need a reason to upgrade.
Outlook 2007 and SharePoint Synchronization: How It Really Works - 24 Jan 2008
You can set a sync interval for linked SharePoint and Outlook data, but the latest versions don't exactly work the way you might expect.
SharePoint Integration with Outlook 2007, Part 3 - 09 Jan 2008

With Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, you can download a read-only copy of your SharePoint contacts. Outlook 2007 combined with Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 gives you full read/write access to SharePoint contacts—you can even modify them offline. Let's see how using shared contacts can help you to retire your old public folder contacts.

Using OneNote with Microsoft Outlook: Additional Features and Limitations 1
You can use OneNote with Outlook to easily email notes in HTML or PDF format, as well as importing meeting information and contacts from Outlook to OneNote. However, you'll find significant limitations to this integration when using your mobile devices.
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