Outlook and Office 365: Where do SendAs items go? Commented on: 3 years ago (December 17, 2012) Correction: "to store the sent messages in the actual sender's Sent Items and the shared mailbox's Sent Items"
What I Learned at MEC: The C is for Community Commented on: 3 years ago (September 28, 2012) It was a truly awesome conference, no doubt, and it has certainly given me and my team mates some things to think about, mull over, and plan for in the future. I would have liked to see a few more...
Choosing the right operating system for Exchange 2013 Commented on: 3 years ago (September 22, 2012) Given the forced "Metro" touch screen interface on Server 2012, and yes it's dumbed down version from Windows 8 but it is fundamentally the same, we will ONLY be deploing Server 2012...
The Implications of Outlook 2013 Changing OST Cache Behavior Commented on: 3 years ago (September 7, 2012) Completely rebuild the Outlook cache file from scratch instead of convert the one sitting there? Seriously!?!?! It doesn't sound like there was much thought for an organization of 20K users...
Microsoft and the Dumbening of Technology Commented on: 3 years ago (May 1, 2012) Unfortunately Microsoft started down the "App" route in early 2009 or even 2008. For example Exchange 2010's OWA is now called "Outlook Web App" not "Outlook Web Access...
Is Self-Hosted Antispam Obsolete? Commented on: 7 years ago (May 16, 2008) Some of your assumptions in your article are based upon your experience with self hosted anti-spam solutions to date. There are vendors such as Ironport that block connections from known spammers...
Playing Storage Doctor Commented on: 10 years ago (October 17, 2005) I run RAID 1 on my systems because I too have experienced controller instabilities such as you, and lost A LOT of data when my old RAID 1+0 died. When I replaced it, I found online articles that said...
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