This looks like it should be fun.
Thursday, August 11, 2005: 10:00 AM Pacific time (Coordinated Universal Time -7 hours)
This Support WebCast will describe how support engineers use the Microsoft Network Monitor utility to troubleshoot Exchange Client connectivity issues. We will go over a generic remote procedure call (RPC) logon sequence, best practices, tips and tricks, and why we ask for concurrent Client and Server captures to help resolve support incidents. We will also examine Network Monitor captures that were taken during support incidents to show how they helped resolve the issue.
Vardan Kushnir, Russia’s Biggest Spammer, Beaten to Death
Russian anti-spam vigilantes are a tough bunch. Not that we’d advocate this approach to reducing the global spam problem, but it’s a wonder that this hasn’t happened before. The Mosnews has the details: http://mosnews.com/news/2005/07/25/spammerdead.shtml.
REDMOND, Wash. — July 20, 2005 — Microsoft Corp. today announced that it will acquire FrontBridge Technologies Inc., a leading provider of managed services that address corporate e-mail security, compliance and availability requirements. With this acquisition, Microsoft will deliver a service for enforcing compliance through archiving, minimizing spam and viruses, and ensuring e-mail availability in the case of a disaster. FrontBridge’s scalable service-delivery model can be applied to organizations using other SMTP-compliant e-mail servers, requires no upfront capital investment and minimizes IT management overhead, enabling companies to concentrate their scarce IT resources on areas that most directly impact their business, such as driving innovation, building efficiencies and increasing customer satisfaction.
Detailed discussion of the conditions that result in error -1018. It also covers the detection mechanisms that Exchange uses to discover and recover from damage to its database files.
This does not have anything to do with Exchange but I had to Blog about it, two of the best Cluster Server guru’s I know are working together to present this training, if you are looking the learn Clustering this course is a must, both Rod and Russ have a ton of real world experience.
You can get more information here http://www.clusterhelp.com/