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  • Blog Post: Utility review: Calcheck – Outlook Calendar Checking tool

    In this post, we will have a look at the Calendar Checking tool (Calcheck) for Outlook which is published recently by Randy. This program checks the Microsoft Outlook Calendar and items for problems or for potential problems. It's is a command-line program that checks Outlook Calendars for problems....
  • Blog Post: Feedback: Go Live, VS 2010 SP1, .Net Framework 4 KB2162169 Beta

    We are pleased to declare that Visual Studio (VS) 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta and the .NET Framework 4 KB2162169 Beta will be supported as a “go live” release. This means that this software has met high standards of quality for a pre-release, and we are licensing it for developing and deploying production...
  • Blog Post: Fix: Using Outlook to send an e-mail message, the recipient of the message see Winmail.dat attachment

    One of our customer reported that one of their recipient receives winmail.dat in the messages as the attachment. Based on analysis, we found that if the recipients of your messages receive an attachment called winmail.dat, you sent messages to them that included Microsoft Exchange Rich Text formatting...
  • Blog Post: KB: Why OWA or EWS application doesn’t show yearly recurring appointment?

    While working with one of my customer we noticed that the yearly recurring appointment doesn’t show in Outlook Web Access or Exchange Web Services(EWS) application. Customer created a monthly or yearly recurring appointment. He set the request to occur on the second, third, or fourth weekday of a month...
  • Blog Post: General : Uncovering Memory bottlenecks

    Memory is often the source of performance problems, and you should always rule out memory problems before examining other areas of the system. Here’s an overview of counters that you’ll want to track to uncover memory, caching, and virtual memory (paging) bottlenecks. I read this wonderful article. You...
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