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  • Blog Post: MAPI Developers: Create profiles programmatically to connect Exchange 2013/Legacy Exchange versions, Office 365

    As Stephen updated earlier , Dave had published series of blog posts (given below) which helps you to create Outlook profiles programmatically using MFCMAPI utility to connect Exchange Server 2013/legacy versions of Exchange, Office 365. Adding them for your reference. How to use MFCMAPI to create a...
  • Blog Post: Outlook : How to regenerate free/busy information using MFC MAPI?

    Recently one of my customer reported that Outlook is not showing latest free/busy information for selected users. Initially they tried the following steps for the affected users: Exit Outlook Open Command prompt > Open Outlook with cleanfreebusy switch (outlook.exe /cleanfreebusy) It failed to resolve...
  • 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: MFC MAPI: How to view GAL entries

    You can download the latest MFC MAPI utility to view GAL entries, which uses the Messaging API to provide access to MAPI stores through a graphical user interface. Try the following steps: 1) Open MFC MAPI utility. Select Session menu and select “Logon and Display  Store table” ( I chosen for this...
  • Blog Post: Outlook error : Your mailbox has been temporarily moved on Microsoft Exchange Server

    Recently one of my customer tried opening Outlook and it thrown the following error: During troubleshooting we noticed that the OWA works fine but problem while accessing Outlook. This happens because he still using the same profile and the mailbox was recreated some time earlier. In this scenario, i...
  • Blog Post: Where does autocomplete gets stored in OWA?

    There is always a related question regarding autocomplete feature on OWA. In outlook the auto complete gets stored in *.NK2. Where does it store for OWA ? The Auto Complete cache is stored as part of the user’s profile on the Exchange Server.
  • Blog Post: Outlook 2010 : How to configure multiple exchange accounts to a profile?

    If you use Outlook 2010 (Technical Preview), you can notice couple of new improvements got added. With Outlook 2010, you can configure multiple Exchange Accounts to a profile – a new special feature introduced along with this. In order to implement this, you need to use the following procedure/steps...
  • Blog Post: DevMSG - Outlook profile customization – available options

    “We want to be able to have the users in our company log on to outlook without having to configure anything? Is there a way that I could automate a profile creation  once the user opens up Outlook?  Or is this something that will have to be done manually?  We have around a 100 users and...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Free/Busy data - Series # 1

    Publishing Free/Busy data: Free/busy data is published information that contains a user's personal availability data based on the user's schedule. Microsoft Exchange Server uses the information extensively when users schedule meetings. Exchange Server 2003 stores free/busy information in a dedicated...
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