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  • 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: 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: Exchange Server Utility : PFDAVAdmin update is released

    I use PFDAVAdmin  utility [Exchange Server Public Folder Distributed Authoring and Versioning (DAV)-based Administration tool]  to perform various management tasks related to public folders and mailboxes. An updated version of the PFDAVAdmin tool has been released to the web on 04/06/2010 ...
  • Blog Post: Custom forms deployment : Where we can publish Outlook Custom forms?

    In Outlook, custom forms are typically published to a forms library so that only one copy of a form is stored on your computer. Individual items contain a Message Class field that indicates which form to use to display the data that is contained in the item. When you publish custom forms to a forms library...
  • Blog Post: MAPI : When we try to access Public Folder via ASP application throws MAPI_E_FAILONEPROVIDER

    Recently one of my customer updated that they get an different issue with their ASP application. This application running on their Web server that uses MAPI to read the Contacts folder in the Public Folders from Exchange Server 2003 SP2 machine. The user can retrieve his email in outlook and browse the...
  • Blog Post: CDOEXM & C#.Net : How to mail-disable public folders in Exchange Server 2003 SP2 – Native Mode?

    I created this code snippet, which helps us to mail-disable in the Exchange Server 2003 SP2 (Native mode) – public folders. For this i tried this, i used C#.Net & CDOEXM. In this below code, i try to mail-disable the public folder named “publicfolder1”. I used Visual Studio.Net 2008, C#.Net and CDOEXM...
  • Blog Post: API's that are not included in Exchange Server 2007 ?

    When you migrated from Microsoft Exchange 2000 & 2003, where they provide several API's that are not included in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Please find the following API's that are not included in the Exchange Server 2007 environment & the recommended technologies to migrate to. APIs...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Organizational Forms Library - Series # 2

    Can we create it programmatically? To create it programmatically using MAPI, we need to make use of CreateFolder() , the MAPI function. It is necessary to have very special privileges (obtained by opening the store with an EntryID created using IExchangeManageStore::CreateStoreEntryID()) to get it to...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Organizational Forms Library - Series # 1

    What are the various types of Outlook form libraries available? There are three types of Outlook form libraries are available, they are (i) Organizational Forms Libraries (2) Personal Form Libraries (3) Folder Libraries. What is an Organizational Forms Library? An organization's forms library is a repository...
  • 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...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2003 & Public folders

    Some organizations use public folders heavily, while others do not. The degree to which public folders are used in your organization may have a large effect on how you plan for migration and coexistence of public folders and the data stored therein. Factors to consider include: • The total number of...
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