Going to Cloud Based Exchange and don’t know where to start? Want to Compare Gmail and Exchange online side by side?

Posted Posted in Anouncements, Cloud, Exchange, News

Very common for most orgs evaluating cloud based mail to not know where to start, or understand where the benefits are. This morning I was made aware of a free tool from Quest, called the Quest Migration Assessment Tool, or QMAT for short. It’s a  browser-based application that provides guidance for evaluating Microsoft Exchange Online […]

We need feedback please!

Posted Posted in Feedback

At Tech-ed Africa we mentioned that were trying to raise a technical community. To this end we’ve started with www.exchangeserver.co.za, however since this is a site FOR the community by the community, please take a moment to have a look at the forums and post what you think YOU would like to see on the […]

How fast is YOUR Outlook?

Posted Posted in Exchange, Office

This has got to be one of the most subjective matters, ever – How fast/slow is Outlook performing. While researching another topic, I came across a blog post from the Exchange team which allows us to give our users guidance on how to structure their mailboxes and why. Check it out here: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2005/03/14/395229.aspx This is […]

SBS POP3 connector pain

Posted Posted in Exchange, Small Business Server

I have recently had a number of run-in’s with the SBS 2003 POP3 connector and the thing’s it DOESN’T do properly, such as not duplicate mail incessantly or just plain drop mail addressed to BCC – blind carbon copy recipients. With that in mind, I’ve looked at the options for a POP connector replacement which […]

PowerGUI supports Exchange 2003

Posted Posted in Exchange

     Yip, PowerGUI now supports Exchange 2003 – but then it always did 😉 My earlier posts talked about how to get data out of Exchange 2003 – well might as well see it in a usable format in a GUI that doesn’t cost you anything. Here’s another node I added – Get Services […]

GUI on a cmdlet

Posted Posted in Exchange

If you even have the slightest interest in Powershell, then check out PowerGUI. PowerGUI is a REALLY nice extensible wrapper around Powershell. You can learn a lot from the script source that’s included in the product and there’s a TON of Exchange 2007 stuff that you can do from PowerGUI that’s hard to do from […]