Exchange

Hotmail – Now supporting push mail, calendar and contact with Active Sync

Hotmail is making it easier for you to stay up-to-date and be productive on your phone. Starting today, you can get your email, calendar, and contacts pushed automatically to your phone using Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) – as it’s already the case since Exchange 2003 and Windows mobile, iPhone and some other mobile devices. EAS keeps …

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Conference – TEC – The Expert Conference

Advanced Training on Microsoft Active Directory and Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) If you attended TEC Europe for Directory & Identity in the past — you know. And if you’ve never been – it’s time you find out what the others know – that TEC Europe for Directory & Identity is the most advanced training on …

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SharePoint 2010 – Auto configure the Outlook Web Access webparts

As you know, SharePoint comes with webparts which allow to display the inbox, tasks, calendars and others folders from the Exchange mailbox. Unfortunately, users have to configure the webpart to display these folders, especially the server to use. SharePoint administrators may want to configure automatically. If you take a look at the user profile in …

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BPOS – Exchange BPOS and iPhone

If you plan to use or already are using Microsoft Online Services for your messaging system, you have to know that iPhones don’t totally support complex password. Indeed, while working on a project to migrate to Exchange Online, we discover that password which contains ‘real’ exotic characters (such as €)are not supported by iPhone. We …

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Exchange 2010 – SP1 details

Today, Microsoft has provided details on the coming Exchange 2010 SP1 through the product blog. A beta version will provided during the TechEd US, in June. Here is an extract: archiving and discovery enhancements, Outlook Web App (OWA) improvements, mobile user and management improvements, and some highly sought after additional UI for management tasks Archiving …

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ForeFront Protection – ForeFront for Exchange best antispam solution

According to Virus Bulletin, ForeFront Protection for Exchange is the best antispam solution with a blocking rate at 99,86%. This can be explained with the high integration of ForeFront with Exchange. ForeFront is the only solution with is fully integrated with Exchange, and doesn’t apply on top of Exchange. See the ‘magic’ quadrant More details …

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Exchange – Out of office still enabled while it was desactivated

Recently I had a strange behavior with my out of office (OOF). As I was away I enabled the OOF, with the scheduling option (send automatic reply between this date and this date) as usual. When I get back, I desactivated the OOF but colleagues and clients still continue to receive my OOF while they …

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