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  • Blog Post: More articles on Exchange Client throttling…

    To get more information on Client Throttling policies, you can refer the following articles: General information about client throttling policies More Throttling changes for Exchange Online Exchange Online EWSMaxSubscriptions throttling budget calculation   EWS Throttling in Exchange Online Effects...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Developer: Exchange Web Services - Best Practices (Part 2)

    In Part 2, Matt discusses about searching, notifications, synchronization, and patterns when working with Exchange Web Services. The two part series would be good one for those who’re involved in building custom applications using Exchange development/Exchange Web Service. Enjoy!!
  • Blog Post: Exchange Developer: Exchange Web Services - Best Practices (Part 1)

    Mid April, the Windows Server and Exchange Interoperability teams hosted an Open Specifications Plugfest event . The event was held in Redmond on the Microsoft campus for protocol developers implementing Exchange and Windows open specifications. I am planning to add couple of sessions related to Exchange...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2012: Few Exchange 2010 sessions that I attended…

    Session # 1: An Inside View of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2 : Exchange Server 2010 SP2 was released at the end of 2011; it brought some fantastic new features that I like. In this session, you can hear from the Product Group about OWA Mini, the Hybrid Configuration Wizard, OWA Cross Site Silent...
  • Blog Post: General: Training materials for Outlook 2010

    Please find the list of training materials for Outlook 2010…. Make the switch to Outlook 2010 Training Switch from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010. This course explains how to do familiar tasks, such as send e-mail messages and use the calendar. Tame your Inbox: Organize messages by conversation Training...
  • Blog Post: Developer Webcasts on Exchange Server 2010 programming

    Please find the developer webcasts for Exchange Server 2010. If you're planning to create your own custom application using Exchange Server 2010, i would recommend you to start from this. Exchange Server 2010 Development (Part 1 of 6): Migrating Applications to Exchange Web Services In this Webcast,...
  • Blog Post: Book review: Programming Windows Phone 7

    Are you the Windows Phone 7 developer or want to know how to create WP7 apps? Then this book is meant for you. To give you a sense of this offering, here is Charles’s Introduction—beneath that you’ll find the ebook’s full Table of Contents: Introduction This book is a gift...
  • Blog Post: Improve Server Utilization & Reduce Infrastructure Costs with Virtualization

    Predicting resource requirements for a new business application, especially one that is customer-facing is a tricky task. It's hard to know if you have the new Facebook or your hands. You make your best estimates, then spend money on new hardware and hope your estimates were right. Only actual usage...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Event Sink # 33 - Troubleshooting : How to remove COM+ applications?

    Usually we see that as existing applications become outdated or are no longer being used, you may need to remove them. I am trying to add couple of methods how you can try to remove COM+ applications in the best effort basis. Before using the methods, i would recommend you to consider the following...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Event Sink # 32 - Best Practices: Performance related issues with Event sinks

    I would like to share certain best practices - in order to improve the performance or overcome performance related issues associated with event sink and Programming guidelines for event sinks before you develop for your reference. Exchange store events do not by themselves generate Windows Event...
  • Blog Post: Coding practices : Outlook automation using VB.Net

    You can try when you do programming with VB.Net and Outlook automation: When you start automation code by declaring object variables with a specific object type that represents the top-level object and then declaring any child objects you want to reference. Dim olApp As Outlook.Application ...
  • Blog Post: Bitness : How to identify Outlook 2010 installation is a 32-bit or 64-bit?

    When Outlook 2010 is installed, it sets the new registry key named Bitness, which indicates whether the Outlook 2010 installation is a 32-bit or 64-bit version. This can be useful to administrators who want to audit computers to determine the installed versions of Outlook 2010 in their organizations...
  • Blog Post: Best Practices : How to quit Outlook application after automation from Visual Studio .NET client?

    When you automate a Microsoft Outlook application from Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or Microsoft Visual C# .NET, the Outlook application does not quit when you call the Quit method. You can notice the application is closed, but still if we notice either the application or Outlook is running in behind...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Best Practices : Can i control IT costs in difficult times?

    Control IT costs in difficult times More now than ever, companies are under intense pressure to reduce costs while increasing efficiencies. Whether it’s reducing overall IT budgets or determining automated ways to deploy, track, and manage, the need for a better managed IT infrastructure is present and...
  • Blog Post: .Net Troubleshooting : How to uninstall the components of the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1?

    Do you want to un-install the components of the .Net Framework 3.5 SP1? Then you need to read this article ( article by Aaron ), in which he described his experience, how to uninstall the components of the .Net Framework 3.5 SP1? He gave the clear step-by-step information how we can uninstall the...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting : EWS request throws “The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel” ?

    One of my customer updated that whenever they try to make the remote Exchange Web Service (EWS) call from his C#.Net 2008 application (VS.Net 2008 - .Net Framework 3.x), he gets the following error: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel...
  • Blog Post: Customizing OWA 2007 language settings

    With the continuation of the previous blogpost , today we’re going to see how we can use Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access or the Exchange Management Shell to configure language settings for Outlook Web Access in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Microsoft have provided various options to customize the...
  • Blog Post: Outlook 2007 SP2’s application shutdown changes

    I went through Ryan’s MSDN article , where we can learn how Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Service Pack 2 has changed the way that the Outlook process shuts down. Customers developing Outlook solutions that run outside of the Outlook process should understand these changes and the impact on their solutions...
  • Blog Post: Why Windows Vista based client prompts to enter your credentials when you access an FQDN site?

    One of my customer reported that whenever he tries to use Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDav) to access a fully qualified domain names (FQDN) site. But he is prompted to enter the credentials, even though the user account that we are using has sufficient permission to access this site....
  • Blog Post: Developer Messaging Best Practices : System.Net classes

    Per the article , the following recommendations will help you use the classes contained in System.Net to their best advantage: Use WebRequest and WebResponse whenever possible instead of type casting to descendant classes. Applications that use WebRequest and WebResponse can take advantage of new Internet...
  • Blog Post: Debugging functions : How to debug an application without any debugger?

    Using OutputDebugString If the application has no debugger, the system debugger displays the string if the filter mask allows it. (Note that this function calls the DbgPrint function to display the string. For details on how the filter mask controls what the system debugger displays, see the DbgPrint...
  • Blog Post: Nutshell: Automation using # imports with Exchange Server environment is good or bad?

    Automation using # imports ? As you know, Automation (OLE Automation), the technology that allows you to take advantage of an existing program's functionality and incorporate it into your own applications. This technology can greatly simplify and speed up your development. # imports: In C/C++ preprocessor...
  • Blog Post: Outlook UI Issue: Save password setting not retained ?

    One of my customer uses MS Windows XP SP3 & Outlook 2007 reported that whenever he tries to connect to the Internet service provider (ISP) to retrieve messages from POP3, his earlier entered password is not retained. He was pretty sure that  he chose to save the password. Also he tried to entering...
  • Blog Post: Your system is low on virtual memory?

    Couple of customers reported that he face a strange error with Outlook 2007/2003: When you start any of the Microsoft Office 2007 or Microsoft Office 2003 programs, you may receive an error message that is similar to the following error message: Your system is low on virtual memory. To ensure that Windows...
  • Blog Post: Nutshell: CDO 1.21 not supported in .Net environment

    Per the Microsoft support policy specified in the following KB , CDO 1.21 is not supported in a .NET Framework environment. Instead it recommends, to make use one of the following technologies to build the .NET Framework application, the supported options for accessing Exchange data are: • WebDAV...
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