Exchange Server 2007 SP1 – Rollup Update 8

Hello folks, RU 8 for Exchange Server 2007 SP1 was released and these are the issues fixed in this new update: 948856 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/948856/ ) Event ID 9667 occurs when you create a new named property on an Exchange Server 2007 server 952935 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/952935/ ) A software update is available that provides the log tracing feature for the LogTruncator tag in Exchange Server 2007 954639 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/954639/ ) Exchange Information Store service stops responding intermittently on an Exchange 2007 server 955480 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/955480/ ) Meeting requests from external senders are displayed as Busy instead of Tentative in an Exchange 2007 environment 956633 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/956633/ … Continue reading Exchange Server 2007 SP1 – Rollup Update 8

Using Exchange Server 2010 e-discovery (Multi-mailbox search)

Hello folks, Exchange Server 2010 has tons of new features and using the new permission model RBAC (Role Based Access Control) we can assing a regular user to do legal search on the users’ mailboxes. In this post I’m going over this process in the Exchange Server 2010 Beta, our scenario is that we want to use a Mail Enabled Security Group called Legal Group and all users that belong to this group will have the ability to do a search in our Exchange Organization. Okay, our user responsible to do the legal search is called Auditor, and we need … Continue reading Using Exchange Server 2010 e-discovery (Multi-mailbox search)

Exchange Server 2007 Sp2 announced

Hello Folks, MSexchangeTeam announced here in TechED 2009 and also in their blog about the Service Pack 2 release of the product, as follows: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is the industry’s leading server for e-mail, calendaring and unified messaging. Exchange Server 2007 is the foundation for a dynamic and holistic unified communications experience, and has been designed to meet the challenges and address the messaging needs of today’s businesses. Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2) enables customers to increase their operational efficiency and it sets the foundation for the transition to Exchange Server 2010, which is expected to be … Continue reading Exchange Server 2007 Sp2 announced

Managing multiple users through Exchange Managent Console of Exchange Server 2010

Hello folks, Today we are going over a new administrative feature found in the Exchange Management Console of Exchange Server 2010. In the new version we are able to change more than one user’ attributes in a single step like we already have in the Active Directory users and computers tool. Let’s disable the IMAP protocol of a couple of users using Exchange Management Console, let’s select the designated users and click on Properties. Click on Mailbox Features, and when we have <current status> value means that the values will not be changed on the selected mailboxes even though if … Continue reading Managing multiple users through Exchange Managent Console of Exchange Server 2010

Personalizing Disclaimer in Exchange Server 2010

Hello folks, Exchange Server 2010 brings a lot of new features, today we will go over some of the new capabilities that we can have in a Disclaimer Transpor Rule rule. Using Exchange Server 2010 we can add HTML and Active Directory information in a Transport Rule, isn’t cool? To use an Active Directory attribute we have to use double dollar sign before and after the attribute name, for example: %%Company%%, it will bring the Company attribute of the user to the disclaimer. We can also combine HTML and AD attributes, in this post we are using some basic HTML … Continue reading Personalizing Disclaimer in Exchange Server 2010