Tom Kern

Queue and A

July, 2011

  • EHLO Blog on Changes in Accepted Domains and Safe Senders List in Exchange 2010

      I’d say good read but I wrote it and that would be  just wrong. So instead let me just say “one more from the shameless self-promotion dept.”- http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2011/07/08/accepted-domains-safe-senders-list-and-you...
  • Get-ADPermission Anomaly

      You may have noticed a discrepancy between the output of Get-AdPermission in Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010. Specifically the differences are in the way extended rights are displayed (or rather not displayed in the case of 2010). Below is an example...
  • A Note on Content Conversion and Exchange 2007/2010

        When referring to content conversion what I am talking about is the decision to send a message encapsulated in TNEF vs. HTML/Plaintext when sending outgoing messages. Now I see there is some confusion as to when Exchange/Outlook will decide...
  • Hidden Journaling Feature

      Ok it’s not really ‘hidden’ but based on what it does I’m surprised it hasn’t gotten more publicity. If you recall our journaling recommendations for mixed Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007/2010 deployments we required you to put the journal recipient...
  • Test-Message Improvements in Exchange 2010 Sp1

      You may be familiar with the Test-Message cmdlet. If not check out this link here- http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298101(EXCHG.140).aspx Basically this cmdlet is useful for testing inbox rules. However rather than talking about the...