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Cross Premise Calendar Sharing with Office 365
There are two ways to share read access to your calendar across premise (On Premise to Office 365 or Office 365 to On Premise) The method you choose will depend on your requirements, and the level of access that you would like to give to the calendars. Neither of these methods will provide write access...
7 May 2013
Block Mobile apps that use Exchange Web Services
We all know that with Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010, ActiveSync is the preferred option for Mobile Devices to connect and synchronize mail. However, some business do not wish ActiveSync devices to connect, preferring to opt for a solution such as BES or Good sync. These businesses will often disable...
23 Aug 2012
Manage Groups with Groups in Exchange 2010
Its been a while since I have posted anything useful, so I might as well start again! A Common issue with Exchange 2010 is that you are unable to allow a Distribution list to be managed by a “group”. This was changed by design in Exchange 2010 to allow greater separation of Active Directory...
3 Apr 2012
PowerShell for Exchange 2010–Cheat Sheet!
When working with customers, everyone who is new to PowerShell finds it to be an amazing idea, but very daunting. Once you start using it, you will pick up the syntax and how to structure your commands. However, it can take a while to get to know which cmdlet to use, and what each cmdlet can do! So,...
21 Oct 2011
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