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  • Blog Post: Day # 2 - Microsoft Connect(); //2015 - Developer conference

    Today is the day # 2 of . Today we will watch more on Here is the schedule builder using which you can see more info about the event schedule/session info/speakers info etc @ https://channel9.msdn.com/#programGuide Kindly make use of it...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Office 365 Groups in Outlook 2016

    In my earlier blog post I mentioned about lot of new features that I liked including Groups in Outlook 2016 and a new mobile app called Outlook Groups which you can download. With the new Outlook Groups mobile app for Windows Phone, iOS and Android, you can now engage with your group on your phone while...
  • Blog Post: Download : Using MS Excel Template to track FIFA 2010 World Cup schedules

    From today onwards FIFA World cup 2010 going to start and there is already a lot of craze among the soccer fans across the world. Being a hardcore soccer fan, you can find a nice way to keep a schedule of all the matches in your hard drive using Microsoft Excel. I am pretty sure that usually we need...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Using Internet Free/Busy (IFB) information – Series # 3

    With continuation from the previous free/busy article 1 & 2 , now we will see how to view other people’s free/busy information on the internet; also how to set the free/busy search path for a specific contact using Internet Free/Busy (IFB) feature & ical. How to view other people's free...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Internet Free/Busy (IFB) & ical – Series # 2

    With continuation from the previous free/busy article , now we will focus on Internet Free/Busy (IFB) feature & ical. What is Internet Free/Busy or IFB? It is a feature in Outlook 2007 and in Outlook 2003 that allows you to see when others are free or busy so that you can efficiently schedule meetings...
  • 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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