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: Domino to Exchange 2007 migration

    When migrating to Lotus Notes you need to ensure your customer provides you with a list of groups which need to migrated over to Exchange so you don’t migrate any unnecessary groups into the new infrastructure, this also is required for user accounts. Your customer should run a cleanup process...
  • Blog Post: Enable Mailbox Moves–Office 365

    Steps Actions Enable move mailboxes for the organization relationship Run Set-OrganizationRelationship -id "Office 365 Tenant" -MailboxMoveEnabled $True   Note: The MailboxMoveEnabled parameter specifies that the organization relationship is used to provide the credentials for moving mailboxes...
  • Blog Post: Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server Capacity Planning Tool

    Take a look at the PFE 2010 capacity planning tool to ensure you  have correct capacity (memory and CPU) by specifying your PFE protection settings   It can be downloaded here   Written by Daniel Kenyon-Smith
  • Blog Post: Office 365 Migration Issues

    Please find a list of migration issues and resolutions that I captured during my last customers migration:- Flood mitigation on Threat Management Gateway (TMG) - http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/exchange/office-365-move-mailbox-fails-with-transient-exception.aspx Issue...
  • 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...