Tag Archives: Microsoft
What’s New and Cool in Exchange 2016 – It’s out now!
10/12 Update: Link to Exchange 2016 Preferred Architecture added 10/2 Update: Known Issues section added near the end Continuing my “What’s New and Cool” series that started with Exchange 2007, this article is on Exchange 2016 which was released today! For the latest … Continue reading
DMARC broke your mailing lists!
4/25/14 Update: Renamed post to “DMARC” instead of Yahoo now that Aol has their DMARC policy set to reject: http://postmaster-blog.aol.com/2014/04/22/aol-mail-updates-dmarc-policy-to-reject/ After spending sometime the last couple of days checking and rechecking my SPF settings I figured out today it was a change … Continue reading
RIP Microsoft MCA\MCM certification programs
See this blog post: Are Microsoft Losing Friends and Alienating IT Pros? by Steve Goodman, or this one Retiring the Microsoft Master certifications and training by Neil Johnson (who 1st broke the news I think), this one Microsoft Certified Systems Master certification now … Continue reading
Returning my Windows 8 Phone
I got a HTC Windows Phone 8X just before Christmas, I’ve been wanting to switch back to a Microsoft phone since I got my iPhone 4 over two years ago. I got my iPhone in Sept 2011 and at that time … Continue reading
Exchange 2013 goes GOLD!
Exchange 2013 went RTM\GOLD yesterday on 10/11/12 day 🙂 For the official announcement check out the EHLO blog post: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/10/11/the-new-exchange-reaches-rtm.aspx This blog post contains 15+ links to articles that the Exchange team has created over the last several months on Exchange 2013. For my … Continue reading
MEC is BACK in 2012!
8/17 Update: I will be hosting two sessions at MEC this year, see this blog post for more info: https://blog.jasonsherry.net/2012/08/17/speaking-at-mec-2012/ I first started working with Microsoft Exchange during the beta of 4.0 while at Digital Equipment Corporation in late 1995. My … Continue reading
Got my Microsoft Exchange MVP Reward\recognition for the 7th year
Got my Microsoft Exchange MVP reward\recognition for the 7th year. It is an honor to be selected as a Microsoft MVP since there are 20 Exchange MVP in the US and 107 worldwide, as of 1/1/2012. In order to become an … Continue reading
Microsoft Windows Live Mesh
Check out this article on why Ed Bott of ZDNet switch from Dropbox to Windows Live Mesh: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/bott/why-i-switched-from-dropbox-to-windows-live-mesh/3512 Mainly it was due to security lapses at Dropbox but also these key features: You can sync multiple folders on multiple local drives Dropbox … Continue reading
Using Notes in Outlook and Exchange 2010 retention policies?
If your organization does, than it might run into an issue with Note items either disappearing or being moved to the archive mailbox of a user unexpectedly. In order to see these issues a few Exchange 2010 pre-requisites must be … Continue reading
Virtualizing the Unified Messaging role is now supported on Exchange 2010 SP1
Microsoft announced today that the UM role can now be virtualized with Exchange 2010 SP1. Before today Microsoft would not support UM on Hyper-V, VMWare, or any virtualization technology. In addition to announcing this support Microsoft also released a new … Continue reading