Again as in most rollups, product improvements as well as bug fixes were addressed. KB 968012 addresses *60* bugs that were fixed along with a really important update for Server 2008, where disabling kernel mode authentication on CAS servers isn’t a manual process anymore. Expect this Rollup to trundle down via Windows Update on or […]
While Exchange becomes better and better at handling large mailboxes and more importantly being able to recover from disasters should they happen, it’s time that Outlook starts catching up and offering MUCH better support for larger mailboxes. Performance beyond the 1 GB mark has always been a bit iffy but much more so when Office […]
Exchange 2007 help is now available for offline browsing allowing you to read and search help and shell based help. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 Help Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 Shell Help Offline help files are severely useful under many circumstances including server sizing and shell syntax lookups, especially when […]
A few things in this rollup, but none as important as Microsoft Security Bulletin MS09-003 – Critical . This bulletin actually covers a vulnerability that affects Exchange servers 2000, 2003 AND 2007 and is a relatively big deal, as specially crafted messages could cause remote code execution……. Anyone remember that SQL worm?
Check out the posts here from the Office Sustained Engineering blog. What I’m post excited about are the following: For Office Desktop Programs: · Improved Outlook Calendaring Reliability · Improved Outlook Performance · Improved cryptographic functionality by supporting all cryptographic algorithms offered by the operating system · Tool that enables the uninstall of Office client […]