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    Differences: Outlook Object Model vs Pocket Outlook Object Model


    Recently one of my developer customer (developer of PC and mobile based applications) was asking is there any difference available between Outlook Object Model (OOM) API and Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) API? If yes, where it's documented? As you know, the Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) API is a COM-based library that provides programmatic access to Personal Information Manager (PIM) data on mobile devices. It provides functionality for manipulating PIM-item collections and folders.

    I pointed him to have a look at the MSDN document, which points at the principal differences between the Pocket Outlook Object Model and the Outlook object model.

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    Windows Phone 7’s latest update: 7.10.8107.79


    I got the latest Windows Phone update: 7.10.8107.79


    It fixes the following:

    • On-screen keyboard. Fixes an issue to prevent the keyboard from disappearing during typing.
    • Email. Fixes a Google mail syncing issue.
    • Location. Fixes a location access issue. With this fix, the Me feature in the People Hub sends anonymous information about nearby Wi-Fi access points and cell towers to Microsoft only if you agree to allow the Check In function to access and use location information.
    • Security. Revokes digital certificates from DigiCert Sdn Bhd to address an encryption issue.
    • Email threads. Fixes an email issue related to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. With this fix, when you reply to or forward a message, the original message is now included in your response.
    • Voicemail. Fixes a voicemail notification display issue that occurs on some European and Asian networks under certain conditions

    To learn how to install updates, check if there's an update available for you to download, and determine which version of Windows Phone you have now, see Phone updates FAQ.

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    Here it comes…Kinect for Windows SDK


    Here it comes… Kinect for Windows. You can use the power of Kinect to change the world. Kinect has changed the way people play games and experience entertainment. Now, Kinect for Windows offers the potential to transform how people interact with computers and Windows-embedded devices in multiple industries, including education, healthcare, retail, transportation, and beyond. The release of the Kinect for Windows sensor and software development kit (SDK) for commercial applications opens up the limitless possibilities offered by Kinect technology. Together, the hardware and software offer a superior development platform for Windows and a higher quality, better performing experience for end users

    Are you a developer and want to thrive to Develop what's next, then your journey starts here… The Kinect for Windows sensor and SDK give you the tools you need to develop innovative applications that harness speech and human tracking. Now, the power is in your hands to enable people to interact with technology in completely new and exciting ways. You can download the Kinect SDK @ Download SDK

    Getting Started: Use these programming guides to help you get started with the Kinect for Windows system.

    Got developer queries: Your development questions answered before you even asked them. Note: for all other questions, reference the General FAQ.

    In addition to that, if you want to see what can be done, then you can have a look at the gallery. Also you can view the following video clip:

    The Kinect Effect

    Community related info:

    The Blog clip_image001 Get our latest updates and read stories about the amazing applications companies are creating with Kinect for Windows.

    Facebook clip_image001[1] Take part in our Facebook community, where we'll be sharing ongoing news and information.

    Twitter clip_image001[2] Follow us on Twitter and be part of the movement. #kinectforwindows

    Forums clip_image001[3] Share advice and provide feedback about Kinect for Windows in our technical forums

    Create a new world around you with Kinect and unleash its power!!

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    Office 15 begins Technical Preview


    Are you ready for “Office 15”? Hough, CVP of Office Division announced in his blog that they reached an important milestone: the beginning of “Office 15” Technical Preview program. It also points that the Technical Preview program is already full, but everyone will have the opportunity to try the Office 15 public beta later this summer.

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    Download: Exchange Server 2010 SP2

    Now you can download Exchange Server 2010 SP2 (remember Bharat Suneja’s blogpost). Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2 helps you achieve new levels of reliability and performance by delivering features that help to simplify your administration, protect your communications, and delight your customers by meeting their demands for greater business mobility.

    It contains the new features and capabilities like, Outlook Web App (OWA) Mini, Cross-Site Silent Redirection for Outlook Web App, Hybrid Configuration Wizard, Address Book Policies(GAL segmentation), Mailbox auto mapping, customer requested fixes etc.

    Related info:
    + What’s new in Exchange Server 2010 SP2? http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh529924.aspx
    + Download Exchange Server 2010 SP2: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28190
    + Release notes for Exchange Server 2010 SP2: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh529928.aspx
    + Issues that are fixed in Exchange Server 2010 SP2: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh672189.aspx
    + Older Channel 9 Video: What's New in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2: Featuring GAL Segmentation

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    Next Generation Windows file system: ReFS

    Have you heard about “ReFS”? ReFS stands for Resilient File System. It’s the next generation Windows file system being introduced in Windows Server 8, replaces NTFS. For more info, you can read Steve’s related blog post @ http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2012/01/16/building-the-next-generation-file-system-for-windows-refs.aspx
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    COM+/MTS custom application : CreateObject or CreateInstance?


    Recently i was working with a developer customer, who created an Visual Basic/COM+ based solution (internally uses the Microsoft Messaging library). In general, he wants to know whether they should use CreateObject or CreateInstance? Whether both will have the same or different same effect in COM+?

    In Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), you must use ObjectContext.CreateInstance in your root object to create secondary objects for the transaction to flow. In COM+ this still works, but it is no longer necessary to do it. In COM+, CreateObject subsumes the functionality of ObjectContext.CreateInstance. The object created participates in the caller's activity. In COM+, you can use the standard CreateObject function in Microsoft Visual Basic to flow a transaction to secondary objects as appropriate. So, CreateObject and CreateInstance have the same effect in COM+.

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    Click to connect MSDN/TechNet forums from your desktop


    Using MSDN Forum Assistant and TechNet Forum Assistant gadgets offer a convenient way for the forum users to read the forum recent threads and your own threads, it also make it easy to create new threads and search in the forum.

    How is simple is that…. I tried the gadgets at my Windows 7 machine in 3 simple steps Smile

    1. Double-click the gadget installation package.


    2. On the popup window, click “Install” to finish the installation.

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    3. The gadget usually will be automatically located on the desktop. If not, look it up from the Gadget Gallery and add it to the desktop

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    Video: Role of a Software Architect in today’s world


    Recently viewed this interview - Brian Prince, Principal Developer Evangelist at Microsoft, and Juval Lowy, Software Architect & Principal at IDesign as they discuss the role of an architect in today's world. Juval breaks down how the role of an architect has evolved over the years from applying engineering principles and practices to software systems to now also taking an active leadership role in the process and in technology. Today's architect does less of showing developers "how-to" but instead showing more what to do in specific scenarios.

    I like the following excerpts which I liked from the interview: “you can copy and paste the code but are you know whether this is right to do in your context”, “architect should constant likely at the technical aspect of the project”. This is a great interview to catch if you're headed down this career path!

    Click here to view the video:

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    Outlook 2010: Migrating CDO based application to Outlook Object Model(OOM) library


    Recently one of my developer customer migrated from Outlook 2003 to 2010. He tried running the custom application (uses CDO & Outlook 2003) in Outlook 2010. It throws the error “ActiveX component can’t create object”. 

    Using the following test sample, I can reproduce the exact issue at my end:


    As you know, Microsoft Outlook 2010 includes many architectural changes to the client-side MAPI subsystem. Of particular concern are scenarios in which Outlook is configured to use multiple Exchange accounts. Also, CDO 1.2.1 is a 32-bit client library and will not operate with 64-bit Outlook 2010. Given all these factors, CDO 1.2.1 is not supported for use with Outlook 2010 and we don’t recommend its usage with Outlook 2010. As updated earlier, in Outlook 2010 you need to re-write/migrate the code base referencing CDO to Outlook Object Model or MAPI, messaging libraries which ever suits you.  So the programs/custom applications that use CDO should be re-designed to use other Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) instead of CDO.

    Starting with Outlook 2007, the Outlook object model was greatly expanded to provide functionality that was previously available only by using CDO 1.2.1. The Outlook 2010 object model includes some new features to expand on this more. For example, the Outlook 2010 object model has new functionality to operate correctly with multiple Exchange accounts. The Outlook object model also works for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Outlook. Developers should use the Outlook 2010 object model instead of CDO 1.2.1. Also, developers can still use Extended MAPI (which requires unmanaged C++) in some scenarios where CDO was required. However, if it is possible, we generally recommend that the Outlook object model be used instead of Extended MAPI.

    In this post, we will take the above code sample and will show how you can migrate/re-write the CDO based application to Outlook Object Model library.

    CDO sample – created in Outlook 2003:
       1: Dim MapiSession As Object
       2: Dim MapiMessage As Object
       6: Set MapiSession = CreateObject("Mapi.Session") ' Create the MAPI Session.
       8: MapiSession.Logon , , , False                  ' Log on to the session.
      10: Set MapiMessage = MapiSession.Outbox.Messages.Add
      12: With MapiMessage
      13:     .To = "testuser@contoso.com"
      14:     .Subject = "Test"
      15:     .Text = "Test"
      16:     .send showdialog:=True
      17: End With
      19: MapiSession.Logoff
      21: Set MapiSession = Nothing  ' Clear the object variable.
    • In order to start with, we will do it from the declaration section – you can see the CDO/OOM migrated sample and notice the changes.
    • In CDO code, it’s specified as Set MapiSession = CreateObject(“Mapi.Session”). When it comes to Outlook Object Model, then it should be converted as, Set MapiSession = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
    • Now, we will try the next line, which is doing logon() call. In CDO, it’s MapiSession.Logon , , ,False. In OOM, it’s you need to add GetNamespace, so MapiSession.GetNamespace("MAPI").Logon , , , False
    • Next line in CDO points that a new mail item will be created in Outbox folder. In OOM, it need to be simplified: MapiSession.CreateItem(olMailItem).
      • Please note I haven’t used outbox folder like, MapiSession.GetNamespace("MAPI").GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox)
    • I don’t see much changes when you specify the values for MapiMessage, except for .Send (CDO) – just needs to be trimmed as .Send(in OOM)

    Once you done with migration, the OOM code (created in Outlook 2010) will look like the below:

       1: Dim MapiSession As Outlook.Application
       2: Dim MapiMessage As Outlook.MailItem
       4: Set MapiSession = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") ' Create the MAPI Session.
       5: MapiSession.GetNamespace("MAPI").Logon , , , False
       7: Set MapiMessage = MapiSession.CreateItem(olMailItem)
       8: With MapiMessage
       9:     .To = "testuser@contoso.com"
      10:     .Subject = "Test"
      11:     .Body = "Test"
      12:     .Send
      13: End With
      15: Set MapiSession = Nothing

    Please note: Microsoft product support can help developer customers migrate custom programs from using CDO 1.2.1 to using other APIs. However, Microsoft will not provide support for any scenarios in which CDO 1.2.1 is used with Outlook 2010.

    Happy programming!!

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    Fix: Windows Phone 7.5 & Facebook Password update “0x83cf1202”

    Recently one of my customer changed his Facebook password via laptop. Later when he tried connecting via my Windows Phone/Facebook chat, it requested him to update the password. Unfortunately, he opted to delete the Facebook account, but it failed. After this, he can’t update his password. Doing so (Settings > Email+accounts > Facebook), it throws “Attention required – can’t delete Facebook” and error code “0x83cf1202”. 

    Tried the following steps, which helped him to fix the issue:

    1. Disconnect all devices/desktop apps and login with browser
    2. Delete Facebook account (connected with Hotmail account) using the browser
    3. Boot the phone
    4. In Phone, Sync the Hotmail account. At end of this, delete the Facebook account
    5. Now you can connect the Facebook account using Settings > Email+accounts > Facebook in the phone.

    Note: Prior to that I learnt that he is connected with messenger desktop app browser, Windows Phone to the Hotmail account. Also the Facebook updates, notifications, still seem to work, but only chat doesn't Smile

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    How to get the EWS endpoint URL from Outlook 2007/2010?

    You can try the following steps to get the EWS endpoint URL from Outlook 2007 or 2010:

    • CTRL+Right click the Outlook icon in the notification area in the lower right-hand area of the screen. You can notice the following window:


    • Select Test E-mail Auto configuration.
    • Enter your email address and password.
    • Select the Use AutoDiscover box (you can uncheck the other boxes).
    • Select the Test button.


    • In the results window, you can see the Availability Service URL  Smile
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    Outlook Object Model 2010: Programmatically check whether the search is synchronous or not?

    In Outlook 2010, you have a way to check whether the search is synchronous or asynchronous or not. Just created a small code snippet (below) for the reference – you can notice that I just call the application.IsSearchSynchronous() and pass the look in folder which want to try. The path name of the folders that the search will search through. Code snippet:
       1: Sub TestSearch()
       3:  Dim fpath As String
       4:  Dim oStre As Outlook.Store
       6:  For Each oStre In Outlook.Session.Stores
       7:  fpath = "'" & oStre.GetRootFolder.folderPath & "'"
       8:  Debug.Print fpath & " IsSearchSynchronous = " & Application.IsSearchSynchronous(fpath)
       9:  Next
      11: End Sub




    + You must enclose the folder path (fpath) with single quotes – refer the above example
    + If the search is synchronous, the AdvancedSearch method will not return until the search has completed.
    + On the contrary, if the search is asynchronous, the AdvancedSearch method will immediately return.
    + In order to get meaningful results from an asynchronous search, use the AdvancedSearchComplete event to notify you when the search has finished.

    Happy programming!!

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    ESE, SQL


    Recently I was talking to one of my customer. He was suggesting why MS should consider SQL instead of ESE(Extensible Storage Engine) db. It just remembered the famous old blog post at Exchange team blog – just referenced him the same Smile

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    Client Shutdown in MAPI (Outlook 2010 fast shutdown)


    I am sharing this as couple of my customers were enquiring is there any changes or effects of Client Shutdown in MAPI (Outlook 2010 fast shutdown). 

    MAPI clients can shut down the same way as before, or if needed, they can use fast shutdown. In Outlook 2010, MAPI subsystem provides the IMAPIClientShutdown : IUnknown interface. If a MAPI client needs to adopt fast shutdown, then they can make use of it. In order to implement the shutdown, MAPI client to initiate a quick shutdown of the client process, notifying all providers with which the client has an active MAPI session to save data and settings before the client process exits.

    For more info, you can refer the related articles:

    Fast Shutdown Overview: Basic mechanism of fast shutdown
    Fast Shutdown User Options: Choices available for administrators to adopt fast shutdown at the user level for the user’s MAPI Clients
    Best Practices for Fast Shutdown: best practices to use the fast shutdown interfaces to help prevent data loss during a MAPI client shutdown.

    You can refer Ryan’s post, along with couple of related articles by Steve @ Fastest Shutdown In The West and When I Say Shutdown, I Mean Shut. Down.

    Happy programming!!

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    EWS GetItem() call fail to return recurrence-id for meetings created/modified using Outlook 2003 & Exchange 2010


    One of my customers reported an issue while they were reading a recurrence calendar with exceptions using Exchange Web Service (EWS) API. Their EWS application uses EWS WSDL to generate stub and uses that to access the server to read the calendar items from Exchange Server 2010.  As part of the business logic, they read exception instance of a recurring meeting to access the recurrence-id using GetItem() call, but the Recurrence-ID was not returned under this scenario:

      <t:Subject>Test Meeting</t:Subject>
      <t:Name>Contoso, Small</t:Name>
      <t:EmailAddress> small@contoso.com </t:EmailAddress> 
      <t:TimeZone>GMT -0600 (Standard) / GMT -0500 (Daylight)</t:TimeZone>

    When we analyzed the issue happens only with meetings created/modified using Outlook 2003 SP3 clients. The same issue doesn’t occur not with Outlook 2007 & 2010 clients. Due to this issue, their application logic was broken. We tried using FindItem() call, instead of GetItem() but it didn’t make any difference. As part of troubleshooting we noticed that the recurrence-id doesn’t available in the GetItem() response XML; but using the MimeContent, we can parse it manually, look for recurrence-id and can overcome this issue.

    foreach (Item it in fiResults.Items)
    it.Load(new PropertySet(BasePropertySet.FirstClassProperties){ItemSchema.MimeContent});          
    MimeContent mc = it.MimeContent;
    //Your application logic goes here: Parse the above MimeContent & look for recurrence-id

    But this turned out not a feasible solution for them as it might be much dependent on Mime encoding type being used as well as the format of recurrence-id is different from what they get as part of GetItem() response. Apart from this, I don’t see any fix/design change/new feature request for Outlook 2003, which is already in extended support.

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    Outlook 2007: How to ‘quickly’ disable add-ins?


    Try the following steps to disable add-ins in Outlook 2007 (it also applies to InfoPath 2007, Project 2007 and Visio 2007)

    1. On the Tools menu, click Trust Center.

    2. In the categories pane, click Macro Security.

    3. In the details pane, select No Warnings and Disable All Macros or Warnings for signed macros; all unsigned macros are disabled.

    4. In the categories pane, click Add-ins.

    5. In the details pane, select Apply macro security settings to installed add-ins

    Enjoy Smile

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    Download: Microsoft Online Services Migration Tools


    The Microsoft Online Services Migration Tools is used to support migration of Microsoft Exchange to Microsoft Online Services. You can use the Microsoft Online Services Migration Tools to forward copies of your Exchange Server mail to your Exchange Online mailboxes. You can also use the Migration Tools to copy content from your Exchange Server, POP3, or IMAP4 e-mail server mailboxes to your Exchange Online mailboxes. This product intended for use with Microsoft Online Services only.

    You can download Microsoft Online Services Migration tools (32-bit | 64-bit).

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    Outlook Programming: How to retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder?

    Recently one of my customer updated that he got a requirement to programmatically retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder to be implemented part of his application. We tried the following steps -  Will show you how you can programmatically retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder using Outlook Object Model (OOM) API.

    Let we first have a look at the following code snippet (C#.Net):
    Outlook.MAPIFolder Fldr = this.Application.ActiveExplorer().Session.GetDefaultFolder
    Outlook.Items UnReads = Fldr.Items.Restrict("[Unread]=true");
    MessageBox.Show(string.Format("Unread items in Inbox = {0}", UnReads.Items.Count));

    Line # 1, we need to specify target Outlook folder that we need to read messages. Here I used Inbox.
    Line # 2, we need to filter target folder items using Restrict filter as Unread]=true to get unread items
    Line # 3, displaying the number of unread items.

    Please note: In order to retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder, just point out the target folder in the Line # 1, instead of Inbox.

    Pretty simple isn’t it Winking smile

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    Download: Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1


    Click here to download Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1. 

    Some of the known issues were addressed @ Update Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 SP1:

    • 2465292 "MAPI_E_FAILONEPROVIDER (0x8004011D)" error message when you access an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox by using a MAPI application

    • 2394554  An email message is not delivered if it contains unsupported encoded characters in the subject line in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

    • 2491951  You cannot install Exchange Server 2010 SP1 if the NetBIOS domain name of the domain controller contains an ampersand (&) character

    • 2500648 "There are no items to show in this view." error message when you try to view a folder in Outlook in an Exchange Server 2010 environment

    • 2533538 You cannot look up the free/busy information of a user who is located on an Exchange Server 2010 organization from another Exchange Server 2010 organization

    • 2506820 The free/busy information does not display of a user whose mailbox is located on an Exchange Server 2003 server

    You can get the list of issues fixed in this Rollup available here.

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    Windows Phone 7 - Mango RTM


    It’s nice to see an update from Windows team blog regarding from Terry Myerson Windows Phone 7’s upcoming Mango that Windows Phone development team officially signed off on RTM (Release to Manufacturing). For more info, click here…

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    Code named ‘Windows 8’


    Earlier this year at CES 2011, MS announced that the next version of Windows will run on System-on-Chip (SoC) architectures. It revealed more about how every level of Windows architecture is being reimagined, specifically details around how we are thinking about the user interface & new generation of touch-centric hardware. Some time earlier, we showcased the next generation of Windows at D9 conference, code named “Windows 8”.

    You can have a look at the below video introduces a few of the basic elements of the new user interface, titled Building "Windows 8" - Video #1.

    View in stand-alone player (.mp4)

    If you’re a developer you can sign-up for our developer event called BUILD: Windows in September to get more about the platform.

    What way to start with…

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    Download: Windows Server Solutions Phone Connector for Windows Home Server 2011


    Today Windows Server Home Server announced the release of the Windows Server Solutions Phone Connector for Windows Home Server 2011 (aka Integrating Windows Phone 7 with your WHS 2011 Server). This add-in enables you to connect to your home, business, or storage server by using your Windows Phone 7 phone. This installation package provides the Windows Server Solutions Phone Connector server component for integration of Windows Phone 7 into Windows Home Server 2011, Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, and Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials.

    Once the integration of your Windows Phone 7 phone into a Windows Server Solutions server, you can use your phone to perform remote server management tasks (such as view alerts, manage users, and start and stop backups). In addition, with appropriate permissions, you can use your phone to view or access media files that are stored on the server.

    The Phone connecter requires both a server sided add-in which you can download from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=214671 , and a Windows Phone 7 Application which can be downloaded through the Zune Market place on your phone or via your PC or simply search for My Home Server to find the application.


    Windows Team blog : http://windowsteamblog.com/windows/b/windowshomeserver/archive/2011/07/15/windows-server-solutions-phone-connector-for-windows-home-server-2011-releases.aspx


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    My View on Microsoft Office Binary File Format validator (beta) utility - Post # 1


    What I tried? Sometime earlier i reviewed (tried) the new command-line utility Microsoft Office Binary File Format Validator (beta) – which helps to to validate binary file format files for the following files and applications: .doc files (Microsoft Word 97/2000/2003 and file formats supported by Microsoft Office Word 2007/2010), .xls files (Microsoft Excel 97/2000/2003 and file formats supported by Microsoft Office Excel 2007/2010) and .ppt files (Microsoft PowerPoint 97/2000/2003 and file formats supported by Microsoft Office PowerPoint2007/2010).

    Interesting facts that I observed:
    + Utility runs without requiring an installation of Word, Excel or PowerPoint on the computer.
    + Utility is supported on any computer that is running Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later versions.
    + When you run Microsoft Office Binary File Format Validator Beta, it either validates the complete file or fails at the first point where the scanned file does not comply with the particular binary file format open specification.

    Installation/Uninstall is straight forward. You can download appropriate one for 32-bit or the 64-bit operating system. On successful installation, you can notice a shortcut Microsoft Office Binary File Format Validator Beta launcher to the Start menu in Microsoft Office Binary File Format Validator in All Programs. Also the uninstallation works great for me.

    How to validate & what’s the outcome?

    + When a nonconformance issue is located in the scanned file, Microsoft Office Binary File Format Validator Beta writes out a detailed log file, in XML format, that helps you locate and debug the error.

    + Let we see how to the Successful validation works: I tried the following at command line to validate “sample1.doc”:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\BFFValidator>bffvalidator.exe “C:\test\Sample1.doc”

    I notice that the Command Prompt window message includes the location of the file that was scanned, the time stamp of when the scan was finished and the location of the log file.
    PASSED at 07/12/11 10:14:19 Log at: C:\test\Sample1.doc.bffvalidator.07-12-11_10-14-19.xml

    I looked at the .xml file (log file), which contains the following information

    <BFFValidation path="C:\test\Sample1.doc" datetime="07/12/11 10:14:19" result="PASSED"> </BFFValidation>

    Will continue the remaining in the next post about my further review on the same…

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    SQL Server: Let us know what you think about Denali?


    Haven’t you tried the new SQL Server cloud-ready information platform Microsoft SQL Server Code Name “Denali” Evaluation edition is available  for download & evaluate?

    If you have tried earlier then, you can share your valuable feedback about the new Business Intelligence (BI) features, creating tabular models on an Analysis Services server etc? Also let us know, what additional features would you like to suggest?  If you found any new software bugs, you can upload the same and provide your valuable feedback to us, using the following @ http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/Feedback (you can add new feedback or comment on existing issues!!)


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