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  • Blog Post: Best Practice: Backup a copy of customized Outlook Web App files, before applying Exchange Server Roll-up update

    As you know Microsoft Office Outlook Web App for Microsoft Exchange Server provides a rich Web-based environment for accessing a user's mailbox, including e-mail, calendar, contacts, and so on. Also, it provides way to customize features of Outlook Web App as well – you can customize the sign-in, sign...
  • Blog Post: Video – Meet the upcoming Microsoft Exchange Server 2016

    Have you missed Microsoft Ignite 2015 Conference and more info about upcoming Microsoft Exchange Server 2016? No worries. As I promised you earlier to get more info about Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 I am sharing the below info. At Microsoft Ignite 2015 conference we discussed about upcoming Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Free Jump Start course – Core Solutions on Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

    Are you planning an upgrade to Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, or do you want to know more about what it would involve? Would you like help preparing for Exam 70-341 or Exam 70-342 ? Take this fast-paced, demo-rich Jump Start course, and learn about planning, deploying, and managing Microsoft Exchange...
  • Blog Post: What's new about upcoming Microsoft Exchange Server 2016?

    Have a look at the First look blog about the upcoming Exchange Server 2016 published at Exchange team blog - it talks about Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 & Ignite conference… Interestingly it also points that you’ll be able to watch recordings of all sessions—including the Meet Exchange Server 2016...
  • Blog Post: Exploring with Microsoft Exchange Server Protocols docs

    Recently I got requests from the developer community regarding my earlier article – so I take this opportunity to point how you can explore more about Microsoft Exchange Server Protocols. As you know through the Open Specifications program, Microsoft is helping developers open new opportunities by making...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with EWS Java API

    As you know the EWS Java API, a java client library to access Exchange Web Services (EWS) - a SOAP-based API and you can use it from Java or any other language that lets you POST XML data over HTTP. The API works against Office 365 Exchange Online as well as on premises Exchange Server. Recent update...
  • Blog Post: MAPI: How to programmatically get autocomplete cache/entries for OWA 2013?

    In continuation of my earlier post , I got few additional queries how to programmatically (using MAPI) get autocomplete cache/entries for OWA 2013. I used latest MFCMAPI as a code sample to achieve this. Download latest MFCMAPI from http://mfcmapi.codeplex.com Select “Session” Menu > Select...
  • 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: Registration starts - Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest 2014!!

    Microsoft-hosted protocol plugfests provide software developers with the opportunity to learn more about the Microsoft protocols and to test their implementations of the Microsoft Open Specifications. Hosted on the Microsoft Redmond campus, each plugfest focuses on a specific task or technology area...
  • Blog Post: Feature comparison: EWS vs. EWS Managed API

    Are you a .Net Developer who develop custom application using Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API or EWS (Auto-generated proxies)? Then this is for you. The EWS Managed API provides an intuitive interface for developing client applications that use EWS. The API enables unified access to Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Exchange : MEC 2014 Wrap-up

    In continuation of my earlier post on MEC 2014 , you can refer the following posts to get more info on event Wrap-up @ http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2014/04/02/mec-2014-wrap-up.aspx & http://blogs.technet.com/b/rmilne/archive/2014/04/07/mec-2014-the-aftermath.aspx . In addition, don...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Exchange Conference 2014

    Today morning the prestigious event MEC 2014 (Microsoft Exchange Conference) kick started @ Austin, Texas.  As you know MEC is the premier global event for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 professionals to enhance their skills and meet with peers, speakers and the people who actually build and...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2010: EWS application crashes when calling GetStreamingEvents

    One of my developer customer updated that he created an EWS Managed API based application which is getting crashed when they call the GetStreamingEvents operation to request notifications from a server that is running Exchange Server 2010; also the Client Access server (CAS) role installed. In general...
  • 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–Affinity and Throttling

    In this session, Matt discusses about Exchange Web Services affinity and throttling… Enjoy & make use of it!!
  • 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: How to: Configure Project Server 2010 to work with Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010

    The below two are the two the queries raised by the customers who have Exchange Server and Project Server at their end that I worked, “How to configure Project Server 2010 with Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010?”. Based on that I am adding the related info at this blog post which can be useful...
  • 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: PowerShell: Determine Version number, build number and Service Pack of Exchange Server

    In my earlier article , we learnt how to get the Exchange Server version, version/build number of Exchange 2003 and it’s earlier. In this, we will see how to get these info & couple of additional info in Exchange Server 2007/2010 using Exchange Management Shell and Exchange Management Console. Using...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2007, 2010: How to query user mailboxes, its permissions using Exchange PowerShell?

    In Exchange Server 2007/2010, you can use Exchange PowerShell cmdlets (especially using Get-Mailbox, Get-MailboxPermission, Get-ADPermission, Get-MailboxFolderPermission) to get a verity of info. I played with couple of the below in different scenarios and want to share the same with you – so that you...
  • Blog Post: EWS : How to access user’s free/busy info programmatically using Exchange Web Services (EWS)?

    In this post, we will see how to access user free/busy information programmatically using Exchange Web Services (EWS) – Proxy. Exchange provides such a service by storing what is referred to as free/busy data. This information will indicate what requested time range is free, busy, and tentative for a...
  • Blog Post: Migration: Exchange Public folders and its future

    Public Folders are used in earlier versions of Microsoft Exchange Server to store free/busy data and files. From Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, free/busy data is no longer stored in public folders. It’s recommend that you do not store files in public folders in Exchange 2007. Instead, consider...
  • Blog Post: How to get the EWS endpoint URL from Outlook 2007/2010?

    You can try the following steps to get the EWS endpoint URL from Outlook 2007 or 2010: CTRL+Right click the Outlook icon in the notification area in the lower right-hand area of the screen. You can notice the following window: Select Test E-mail Auto configuration. Enter your email address and password...
  • Blog Post: ESE, SQL

    Recently I was talking to one of my customer. He was suggesting why MS should consider SQL instead of ESE(Extensible Storage Engine) db. It just remembered the famous old blog post at Exchange team blog – just referenced him the same
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