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  • Unified Communications (Exchange, OCS) Load Balancer Information

    Microsoft has finally released detailed documentation regarding load balancing with both Exchange Server 2010 and OCS 2007 R2. There are three VERY interesting documents available that you should give a read. They are: Understanding Load Balancing in Exchange 2010 Load Balancing Requirements of Exchange...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 06-01-2010
  • Exchange 2010 Gotcha - #5

    You may - or may not - need to register Filter Packs after you install them. As a prerequsite for installing Exchange 2010, you must install the Office 2007 Filter Packs . As noted in a recent blog post of mine, Office 2010 Filter Pack for Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 , the Office 2010 Filter Pack...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 05-28-2010
  • Office 2010 Filter Pack for Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010

    One of the prerequisites for both Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 is to install the "filter packs". The filter packs are responsible for "filtering" the content of Microsoft Office documents and passing those contents back to the Indexing Service (ok, it's not called the Indexing...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 05-19-2010
  • Simplifying Life for Exchange Authors

    Another Exchange MVP, Pat Richard , posted on Facebook yesterday: It would be nice to be able to import a list of all Exchange related PowerShell cmdlets into the Word and Outlook dictionaries. Being the helpful guy that I am, I responded: You can do that in one-line of PowerShell. (That being a famous...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 05-11-2010
  • Exchange 2010 Gotcha - #4

    Public Folder Contacts Can't Replicate If you have a public folder contact that includes an e-mail address, there is also an e-mail address type field that is associated with every e-mail address. Note: You cannot see this e-mail address type field by default - but it's still there. To view it...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 05-11-2010
  • Exchange 2010 Gotcha - #3

    The TrustedInstaller - Isn't. Generally, when applying patches (whether service packs or hotfixes or rollups), the installation process will automatically acquire all the necessary permissions - if the user executing the process CAN acquire those permissions. This is especially relevant under Server...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 04-22-2010
  • Exchange 2010 Gotcha - #2

    Incoming e-mail CAN'T come in! This issue is not exclusive to Exchange 2010 - it also exists in Exchange 2007. The default receive connector created by the Exchange setup process does not include permissions to include "Anonymous users" on the default server permission group. Microsoft...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 04-14-2010
  • The ms-Exch-Store-Admin permission

    In last week's blog post, Exchange 2010 Gotcha - #1 , I use the Add-AdPermission PowerShell cmdlet to add a set of permissions to each mailbox database. One of those permissions was the ms-Exch-Store-Admin permission. If you've ever installed any BlackBerry software before, or ever installed...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 04-07-2010
  • Exchange 2010 Gotcha - #1

    As I work through migrations to Exchange Server 2010 with my various clients, I'm developing a list of Exchange 2010 "gotchas". Not necessarily things that are earth-shattering, but do have the potential to be surprising to administrators. Gotcha #1 revolves around the fact that an Offline...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 03-30-2010
  • Exchange Server 2010 IPC

    IPC stands for, in this case, Information Protection and Control. Last week, I gave a presentation for Microsoft TechNet Webcasts on IPC functionality present in Exchange Server 2010. Several folks have told me it's pretty good. It's about 53 minutes long and you can access it by clicking the...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 02-15-2010
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