How to follow the world cup games using your Outlook

Hi folks, Since I came to Brazil for a project my blog hasn’t received properly updates but I will make it up for you guys.. I promise! If you are a soccer fan like me this donwload is for you! My fellow MVP Marcelo Thalenberg (Outlook MVP) has created a calendar containing all world cup games and with automatic updates. Isn’t that cool? English version: http://www.agendeja.com.br/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=87&Itemid=73 Spanish version: http://www.agendeja.com.br/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=88&Itemid=74 Portuguese version: http://www.agendeja.com.br/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=86&Itemid=71 More information: http://www.agendeja.com.br/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=87&Itemid=73 By the way, If I may.. my guess is that Argentina will rock and they will win the world cup this year. Let’s see! 🙂 … Continue reading How to follow the world cup games using your Outlook

Programmatic Access via Remote PowerShell in Exchange Server 2010

MSExchangeTeam posted about Remote PowerShell and some examples of scripts using remote access (exchange 2010) instead of local one (exchange 2007). The management experience given by Exchange 2010 through PowerShell has been moved all the way from Local to Remote. This will mean that enterprise Admins will have to adjust their regular scripts to connect to Remote PowerShell instead of creating a local session. Read more at source: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/11/02/453016.aspx Technorati : Exchange Server 2010, PowerShell v2, Remote PowerShell Del.icio.us : Exchange Server 2010, PowerShell v2, Remote PowerShell Zooomr : Exchange Server 2010, PowerShell v2, Remote PowerShell Flickr : Exchange Server … Continue reading Programmatic Access via Remote PowerShell in Exchange Server 2010

Download Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 RC1

Forefront Identity Manager 2010 (FIM), formerly known as Identity Lifecycle Manager “2” delivers an integrated identity management solution with powerful self-service capabilities for Office end-users, rich administrative tools and enhanced automation for IT professionals and .NET and WS-* based extensibility for developers. FIM 2010 provides organizations with unique workflow driven solutions to manage user accounts, passwords, groups and distribution lists as well as certificate-based credentials such as smart cards, using identity-based policies that can span across Windows and heterogeneous environments. And when you download the latest beta software, you’re automatically registered to access valuable resources assembled in one convenient location. … Continue reading Download Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 RC1

FPE vs FOPE and Exchange 2010 – Secure messaging with Forefront

Mike Chan, PM for the Forefront team, breaks down the differences between security protection for Forefront Protection for Exchange (FPE), Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE), and the built-in protection which exists in Exchange 2010. We start out with a brief history of the messaging products and then dig into the details of differences between FPE, FOPE, and Exchange 2010 on the whiteboard at [4:22]. Should you run FPE alone or FPE and FOPE? Watch and decide. Read more at source: http://edge.technet.com/Media/FPE-vs-FOPE-and-Exchange-2010–Secure-messaging-with-Forefront/

Free PowerShell V1 Book From the Makers of PowerShell Plus

Hello folks, A free book (Mastering Powershell) is avaialable (567 pages of good stuff) written by Dr Tobias Weltner (creator of PowerShell Plus). Here are the chapters of the free book: 1. The PowerShell Console 2. Interactive PowerShell 3. Variables 4. Arrays and Hashtables 5. The PowerShell Pipeline 6. Using Objects 7. Conditions 8. Loops 9. Functions 10. Scripts 11. Finding and Avoiding Errors 12. Command Discovery and Scriptblocks 13. Text and Regular Expressions 14. XML 15. The File System 16. The Registry 17. Processes, Services, Event Logs 18. Windows Management Instrumentation 19. User Management 20. Your Own Cmdlets and … Continue reading Free PowerShell V1 Book From the Makers of PowerShell Plus

Exchange Server Databases and SQL

Hello folks, Is Exchange Database going to use SQL? I have received the same question in almost all trainings that I delivered. So, the MSExchangeTeam blogged about it, check this out: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/07/16/451784.aspx Cheers, Anderson Patricio Technorati : Database, Exchange Server, SQL Del.icio.us : Database, Exchange Server, SQL Zooomr : Database, Exchange Server, SQL Flickr : Database, Exchange Server, SQL

Using Journaling feature with Microsoft Online Services

Hello folks, How about if you want to use Journaling feature using Microsoft Online Services? We cannot see such feature using the web admin interface however we can open a ticket to use it. More information: http://blogs.technet.com/msonline/archive/2009/06/19/how-to-request-journaling-for-microsoft-online-services.aspx Technorati : BPOS, Journaling, Microsoft Online Services Del.icio.us : BPOS, Journaling, Microsoft Online Services Zooomr : BPOS, Journaling, Microsoft Online Services Flickr : BPOS, Journaling, Microsoft Online Services

End of Life Extension for Sybari Antigen 8.0

If you are a Sybari Antigen 8.0 for Exchange or SMTP Gateways customer, check this out: Microsoft has decided to extend the end-of-life for Sybari Antigen for Exchange 8.0 and Sybari Antigen for SMTP Gateways 8.0 from December 31, 2008 to December 31, 2009. This decision was made to accommodate the antivirus needs of customers who are still running versions of Exchange prior to Exchange 2000 and who have requested additional time to upgrade in 2009. The terms of the Sybari Antigen for Exchange 8.0 and Sybari Antigen for SMTP Gateways 8.0 end-of-life extension are as follows: No product support … Continue reading End of Life Extension for Sybari Antigen 8.0

PowerShell for everyone…

Hello folks, I’ve just read on PowerShell Team blog that PowerShell will be installed by default on top of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 which means that for us, Exchange guys, the Exchange Server setup may have one less step during the Welcome wizard 🙂 Read more at source: http://blogs.msdn.com/powershell/archive/2008/10/28/powershell-will-be-installed-by-default-on-windows-server-08-r2-ws08r2-and-windows-7-w7.aspx Cheers, Anderson Patricio