October, 2005

  • Top 11 Hidden Features in Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2003

    Over the years that OWA has been developed we’ve kept our focus on improving user productivity through supporting many of the timesaving features present in Outlook and other Windows applications. Unfortunately many users don’t realize that these features...
  • Sender ID

    You may already know that Exchange 2003 SP2 includes a new feature for SenderID support. SenderID ( http://www.microsoft.com/senderid ) is the e-mail authentication framework that targets one of the most common security issues in the world of SMTP message...
  • Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) is here!

    We are happy to announce that Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 is now available for download. The RTM version number is 7638.2. The service pack and documentation are available at www.microsoft.com/exchange . The direct download links for the different...
  • On Exchange ActiveSync and our partners

    Hello, I am Ed Hott, the Director of Business Development for Microsoft Exchange with primary responsibility for the Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) protocol licensing. There have been a few questions recently around our work with partners in licensing the...
  • Support for Exchange on Microsoft Virtual Server

    Introduction With the release of SP2 for Exchange 2003 we have published the support policy for Exchange Server 2003 running on hardware virtualization software KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=320220 Exchange 2003 SP2 on...
  • How ESM Matches Public Folder Objects to Directory Objects

    I recently worked on a few support cases where questions came up on "what exactly happens" when we use the Exchange System Manager (ESM) to pull up properties of public folders. How does the ESM find a matching public folder directory object in Active...
  • New rules synch behavior in Exchange 2003

    A solution is now available for a problem which might be encountered when moving a large number of mailboxes between Exchange servers ( Knowledge Base article 899328 ). When you move several mailboxes from one Exchange server to another there may...
  • Looking for customers under 500 employees/users for the Exchange 12 TAP program

    We have a few openings on the E12 Technology Adoption Program (TAP) for some small and medium companies (less than 500 employees/users). The E12 TAP program is designed to validate Exchange 12 by having customers test and deploy pre-release builds of...
  • Special invitation for EHLO readers to the E12 Developer Conference!

    On November 7 th and 8 th 2005, we will be holding a Developer Conference on campus in Redmond WA that is targeted to our key Exchange ISV and Developer communities. The conference will provide selected ISVs with an early look at the “E12” investment...
  • Ed Hott's Bio

    In September 2004 I re-joined Microsoft as the Director of Strategic Relationships for Exchange, focusing on key partners working with our Exchange ActiveSync protocol and new Exchange Server functionality in unified messaging. Previously, I was a program...
  • Jason Henderson's Bio

    I'm one of the few Microsofties that was born and raised in Washington. I earned my B.S. in Physics and Computer Science at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington and my Master’s degree from the University of Washington. I have been with...
  • Exchange Insider articles are now live on the Exchange TechCenter!

    I am very happy to announce that Exchange Insider articles are now live on the Exchange Server TechCenter site. There are several articles that have been published, and many more are to come, so keep checking for updates! Let me also give you a...
  • Entourage 2004 SP2

    The Entourage team has blogged recently about the release of Entourage 2004 SP2: What's new in Entourage 2004 SP2 SP2 details: Enforcing Exchange Permissions within Entourage Entourage 2004 SP2: Common GAL issues - KC Lemson
  • Viviane Lopes' Bio

    I'm Support Escalation Engineer working with the Microsoft Enterprise Support for Latin America. I've been working for Microsoft in USA for almost 3 years. My background includes nine years of experience conducting a small consulting business in Brazil...
  • Jason Henderson's Biography 2

    I'm one of the few Microsofties that was born and raised in Washington. I earned my B.S. in Physics and Computer Science at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington and my Master’s degree from the University of Washington. I have been...
  • Viviane Lopes' Biography

    I'm Support Escalation Engineer working with the Microsoft Enterprise Support for Latin America. I've been working for Microsoft in USA for almost 3 years. My background includes nine years of experience conducting a small consulting business in Brazil...
  • Jason Henderson's Biography

    I’m one of the few locals from the state of Washington at Microsoft, having grown up in southwest Washington, and getting my B.S. in Physics and Computer Science at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. I have been with Exchange for...
  • Ed Hott's Biography

    In September 2004 I re-joined Microsoft as the Director of Strategic Relationships for Exchange, focusing on key partners working with our Exchange ActiveSync protocol and new Exchange Server functionality in unified messaging. Previously, I was a program...
  • Jason Henderson's Bio

    I’m one of the few locals from the state of Washington at Microsoft, having grown up in southwest Washington, and getting my B.S. in Physics and Computer Science at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. I have been with Exchange for the...