Setting Up Mobile Messaging in Exchange 2007, Part 2
Mobile Messaging is one of the hottest trends in messaging today. In this article, Brien Posey explains how to resolve a common error that may occur when synchronizing a Windows Mobile device to an Exchange 2007 server.
May 4, 2009|Brien Posey
Configuring Exchange 2007 as an Authenticated or Anonymous SMTP Relay
We've recently had to configure a couple of client's SBS2008 Exchange 2007 servers to act as SMTP relays for remote users. Why not just use OWA or Outlook Anywhere? It mostly seems to be Mac users, in particular those with "MobileMe", which insists on IMAP and SMTP to communicate with the mail server. Adding authenticated SMTP in Exchange 2003 was a pretty simple process, but the procedure in 2007 is not so obvious - read on to find out how to do that, and enable anonymous relaying too.
Apr 21, 2009|Tom Finnis
Windows Client OS
“Fix It” with Microsoft’s Automated Knowledge Base Solutions
In the past few months, Microsoft has begun an interesting project to build out automated solutions for many KB articles that allow administrators to perform some necessary fixes without having to manually intervene with the operating system. These are the “Fix It For Me” articles. In this article, MVP Daniel Petri introduces this new resource.
Apr 8, 2009|Daniel Petri
How to Create a CatchAll Mailbox in Exchange 2007
Setting up a "catchall" mailbox in Exchange 2003 wasn't easy and now you will find the method has changed completely in Exchange 2007. In this article SBS guru Tom Finnis shows you how to install a transport agent that will redirect all emails for unresolved recipients to one mailbox instead of rejecting them.
Mar 19, 2009|Tom Finnis
Free Remote Desktop, Terminal & Citrix Session Recorder: ObserveIT Express
ObserveIT is a software that is designed from the ground up to be deployed in multi-server enterprise environments and provides visibility into all user activity such as Microsoft Terminal Services, Citrix (ICA) including published applications, Remote Desktop (RDP), PC-Anywhere, VNC and NetOP...
Feb 11, 2009|Daniel Petri