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Edge Transport Server has protected many Exchange Infrastructures and we liked to rely on Microsoft since the release of Anti-spam in Exchange 2003 SP2. More »
Mostly when we design any Any Exchange infrastructure we need to calculate the correct IOPS.
Exchange 2013 has already been so revolutionary and the recent release of service pack 1 made it more exciting. Let us see how to create the simple Database Availability Group (DAG) cluster without any cluster IP. More »
Microsoft in its 2014 SharePoint Conference held in Las Vegas announced some very interesting roadmaps ahead for Office 365 and SharePoint. This blog will focus more on O365 updates.
Microsoft Virtual Tech Conference is back and will held on March 19 2014.
Technical learning never stops we just need to find the places to learn. More »
Recently Microsoft accepted my blog on Windows 2012 R2 and Exchange 2013 SP1 to publish at blogs.msdn.com.
Microsoft released SP1 on Feb 25 2014 with many changes and the organization (has a policy to wait for SP1 before considering into production) will be looking to deploy Exchange 2013. More »
Today is a great day for the Exchange community and I am excited to let you know Microsoft Exchange team finally announced the public release of Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1. More »
The ever changing dynamics of technology and global economy have always brought about interesting focus areas for enterprise to build/edit their business strategies upon. Some key focus areas have predominantly been – rebalancing with uncertainties in economic outlook, increasing productivity with less labor and viable value creation. The world has indeed become a much, much smaller place with amplified interconnectedness between trade, market and technology.
This issue is specific to 2007. We are trying to migrate public folders after all the mailbox migration has completed.
The last few years have been phenomenal in various aspects for IT. While there have many interesting transitions in operating models, some interesting mergers and acquisitions- somewhere all the firms have “cloud” in their strategy. Many feel that there is an increasingly unnecessary hype around it, but no doubts-cloud is definitely making noise. In this blog, we would like to talk about some key developments that will most likely happen soon in the IT world powered by cloud.
Go green! Well that’s the slogan everywhere. While the world is experiencing a whirlpool of social revolutionary trends and changes, getting totally paperless is one of the top priorities of enterprises.
In one of my recent projects where I was involved in On-Prem to Office 365 Migration I experienced Lync 2013 Hybrid deployment would break the On-Prem Sip Federation with federated partners. More »
Are you looking to surprise your manager or CIO with a monthly or quarterly Exchange report? When gauging your Exchange environment, sometimes having a simple count of mailboxes, distribution groups, and ActiveSync users can come in handy. In some cases you may want a total of all mailboxes, but if you want a count of User Mailboxes, Room Mailboxes, and Shared Mailboxes separately, look no further, this script will give you just what you need.
In this blog we will focus on bringing DAG node back in the DAG. More »
In this blog we will talk about the issue “Databases are not mounting after crash”. More »