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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) 2014 - Recordings

    As I updated earlier, MEC 2014 concluded in Austin, Texas -  MEC2014 delivered the latest content for Office 365 Exchange Online and Exchange on-premises customers. Content is delivered across tracks including: Architecture; Deployment & Migration; eDiscovery and Compliance; Exchange Extensibility;...
  • Blog Post: Download: Exchange Server 2013 Architecture

    Now you can download the Microsoft Exchange Serve 2013 Architecture in . PDF format . This poster highlights the significantly updated and modernized architecture in Exchange 2013, and highlights the new technologies in Exchange 2013, such as Managed Availability , the new storage and high availability...
  • Blog Post: Outlook 2010: Migrating CDO based application to Outlook Object Model(OOM) library

    Recently one of my developer customer migrated from Outlook 2003 to 2010. He tried running the custom application (uses CDO & Outlook 2003) in Outlook 2010. It throws the error “ActiveX component can’t create object”.  Using the following test sample, I can reproduce the exact issue at my end...
  • Blog Post: Code named ‘Windows 8’

    Earlier this year at CES 2011, MS announced that the next version of Windows will run on System-on-Chip (SoC) architectures . It revealed more about how every level of Windows architecture is being reimagined, specifically details around how we are thinking about the user interface & new generation...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2010 Architecture and its feature set

    You can download the following PDF file - a poster, which highlights the architecture and feature set of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Apart from showing the high-level architecture, it highlights the feature set of Exchange Server 2010 and sections include: Management and Monitoring High Availability...
  • Blog Post: Developer Webcasts: Mastering programmer series using Microsoft Office Project Server

    Hello Office developers, Please find the series of MSDN Webcast targeted for developers/software application programmers who use Microsoft Office Project Server programming. You can find the variety of programming options starting from its Architecture, Interface programming, Interface Web services,...
  • Blog Post: My First Preview : Outlook 2010 – Calendars & Inbox

    I want to share couple of relevant information with respective Outlook 2010 CTP with respect to Calendars. Outlook has adopted the Ribbon in the Inbox and all throughout Outlook . The purpose of the Ribbon in Outlook is to help you become more efficient in getting your work done – be that processing...
  • Blog Post: Interesting blog post : Office 2010 & VBA – Why VBA Still makes sense?

    I found this interesting blog post from John Durant with respect to VBA. Why VBA Still Makes Sense Not infrequently I am asked, “So, should I use VBA? Is it going to be around in Office 2010? Is it supported? Should I migrate away from VBA now? Can I count on this technology?” (Here I go with a response...
  • Blog Post: Blogpost's related to MAPI docs

    I read couple of related blogpost's related to MAPI documentation. You can start reading from Sgriffin 's detailed information regarding the MAPI documentation. Also i found couple of related blogpost's from mstehle and Angela . You can end up by reading the article posted by Thom Randolp, which talks...
  • Blog Post: Nutshell : MSXML is not supported in .Net applications

    I started working from Visual Basic 6, where i had used XML Parser (MS XML) to fetch the data's using WebDAV. But the same logic won't apply for you when you do with .Net applications. So, where we need to use MSXML and .Net Framework classes's for XML? Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) : As i updated...
  • Blog Post: Available public : List of exported Outlook APIs - definitions, data structures, functions & interfaces

    As described in the MSDN article , Microsoft Office Outlook exports the following definitions, data structures, functions, and interfaces that were originally designed for internal use but are now exposed for public consumption. Definitions: Constants for Exported Outlook APIs Data structures: CONTAB_ENTRYID...
  • Blog Post: Synchronization : Exchange Server & Outlook

    Exchange Server 2003 and later versions of Exchange Server provide support for certain Outlook features, and Office Outlook 2007 works better with Exchange Server 2003 or later in several ways for other features. Several of these features were introduced in Outlook 2003—most notably for synchronization...
  • Blog Post: How to optimize memory usage in Exchange Server 2003

    I found this wonderful article describes the optimization of memory usage on your computer that is running Exchange Server 2003. For example, if you have 1 gigabyte (GB) or more of physical memory (RAM) installed on a server that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, you must make sure that Exchange...
  • Blog Post: IT Showcase: Exchange Server 2007 Design and Architecture at Microsoft

    Ever wondered how a large enterprise plans and implements design and architecture of its next generation of messaging system? View this content to find out how the Microsoft IT messaging team will uncover these details. Ever wondered how a large enterprise plans and implements design and architecture...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2007 Transport Permissions Model

    This article provides detailed information about the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 transport permissions model as well as details about Transport Layer Security (TLS), domain security, and externally-secured authentication in Exchange 2007.
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Event sink # 15 - Check event registration and its item properties

    Whenever if we work with event sink, we need to check the event registration, what're the associated items, its item properties and its importance (whether it is required or not)... Event Registration To receive event notifications, you must register with Exchange by creating and saving event registration...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Event Sink # 14 - Advanced Queuing Engine and SMTP sinks

    Advanced Queuing Engine - SMTP Architecture The advanced queuing engine is a key component in Exchange 2003 message handling, because all messages must pass through this engine, even when sender and recipient are located on the same server running Exchange Server 2003. This enables Exchange Server...
  • Blog Post: MAPI Architecture

    MAPI Architecture MAPI is a messaging architecture that enables multiple applications to interact with multiple messaging systems seamlessly across a variety of hardware platforms. MAPI Objects and General Architecture All of the objects defined by MAPI fall into one or more layers in the MAPI...
  • Blog Post: EXOLEDB Architecture

    EXOLEDB Overview Exchange Server 2007 provides a new, high-performance OLE DB provider that you can use on the local server to access Exchange store items: the Exchange OLE DB (ExOLEDB) provider. Through the ExOLEDB provider, programmers can access the Exchange store using OLE DB, Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Web Services Architecture

    Exchange Web Services Exchange Web Services is deployed with the Client Access server role. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 clients connect to the computer that is running Exchange 2007 that has the Client Access server role installed in an Active Directory directory service site by using an HTTPS...
  • Blog Post: Technical Architecture of Exchange Server 2007

    Technical Architecture of Exchange Server 2007 In Exchange Server 2007 introduces several architectural changes from previous versions of Exchange. Many features and components have been redesigned, some features have been removed, and several new features have been added. This document discusses...
  • Blog Post: Transport Architecture

    Transport Architecture - Exchange Server 2007 I found this wonderful article, which gives heads up to Exchange Server 2007 with respect to Transport Architecture. When we work with Exchange Server 2007, it's must to know how internally the messages are getting routed. In Exchange Server 2007...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2007 - Database Architecture changes

    Exchange Server 2007 - Database Architecture changes The Exchange database architecture has changed in four significant respects in Exchange Server 2007: The streaming database (.stm) file has been removed from Exchange 2007. Longer log file names are used, thereby enabling each storage group...
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