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  • Blog Post: Exchange VSS : At Exchange Server 2010 ESEUtil fails with Jet error–1032

    Recently I was playing for a VSS issue at my Exchange Server 2010 environment – when I run the ESEUtil (with its parameter /mh) command then I got the error “Jet error –1032”. > eseutil /mh "D:\Temp\tempdb.edb " Extensible Storage Engine Utilities for Microsoft(R) Exchange Server Version...
  • Blog Post: How to:Get MAPI Header and library files

    Want to get and install MAPI header and library files? MAPI header and library files are included as part of the Microsoft Windows SDK. Once you have installed Microsoft Windows SDK, you can access MAPI header files by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. Before you can install MAPI header and library...
  • Blog Post: General Info : Common Messaging Formats

    For most organizations, e-mail messaging has become an increasingly important mode of communication. However, not all organizations use the same type of messaging systems. In this blog post, we will see the format of e-mail message and some of the common messaging formats used. Format of an e-mail message...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in System.Net.Mail & .Net Framework 4.0?

    There are new enhancements to SMTP support for .NET 4.0 - in the area of Unicode support and increased standards compliance, which is an important aspect in ensuring that legitimate emails do not get flagged as spam, as well as a few other useful features. + Decreased likelihood of being accidentally...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring event sink # 25 - Recipients modified mail (using event sink) sent from PICKUP folder and lands in the DROP folder ?

    Recipients modified email messages (using event sink) sent from PICKUP folder and lands in the DROP folder ? The Pickup folder processes outgoing messages that are created as text files and then copied to the Pickup folder. When Request for Comments (RFC) 822 messages that are correctly formatted are...
  • Blog Post: Web Service : Passing data to and from Webservice & SOAP header

    SOAP headers offer a method for passing data to and from an XML Web service method if the data is not directly related to the XML Web service method's primary functionality. For instance, an XML Web service might contain several XML Web service methods that each require a custom authentication scheme...
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