Exchange Ideas - Daniel Kenyon-Smith

I’m a Messaging consultant working for Microsoft Consultancy Services in the UK. Find out about all the latest technology, news, tips and tricks in the world of messaging and much more!

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  • Blog Post: A Guide to Migrating Public Folders to SharePoint

    Check out the WindowsITPro ‘ Guide to Migrating Public Folders to SharePoint’ well worth a read Written By Daniel Kenyon-Smith
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 Q&A

    Hi   please Join me at this event to talk about Exchange 2010, you can register here
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 SP1 /Hosting

    This is the process i followed to installed Exchange 2010 SP1 in hosting mode 1. Run the following command: setup /prepareschema /hosting 2. Run setup /prepareAD /organizationName:EXCHANGE /hosting 3. To install individual server roles run:-   a. Run setup /mode:install /roles:HT /hosting /InstallWindowsComponent...
  • Blog Post: ServerManager Depreciated?

      ServerManagerCmd is deprecated in R2 (we are trying to move away from that model although it still works) See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb691354(EXCHG.140).aspx#WS08R2   (The new command is now Add-WindowsFeature) Written by Daniel Kenyon-Smith
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=c6d27da1-ba2c-4570-a491-c0d7b39ede8b&displaylang=en Have fun!
  • Blog Post: E14 is coming!!

    Take a look at the video from our lead Program Manager (Exchange product team) about the next release of Exchange called code name E14. This is the 1 st version of Exchange that been written for Software as a Service SaS . At Microsoft we run we our own software in a dogfood environment to allow...
  • Blog Post: Transport Rules

    Whilst working for a customer they had a specific requirement to apply a disclaimer to all outbound mail e.g. not to apply disclaimers to mail sent to other users within the Exchange organisation. Their requirement also included to only apply the disclaimer if it had not already been applied (or where...