During my visit on the forum I found a question on how you can see which user has an ActiveSync device attached to their profile. Quite a good question I thought and I decided to search on Technet and Google. There is a Powershell command which can give you an overview of the users who have attached an ActivSync device to their profile:
During some searching on the forums, I read a lot of messages about problems after installing the last rollup packs for Exchange. Rollup pack 3 for Exchange 2007 SP1 as wel as rollup pack 7 for Exchange 2007 RTM can cause problems. Microsoft has admitted that there are issues with it and has released some solutions to solve this issues. Have a look at the following site to find out how to solve it.
When you have played with Exchange 2007 and Outlook Web Access earlier you may have seen a lot of differences between Outlook Web Access 2007 and 2003. There have been added nice features to the new version of OWA such as: you can access a file-server/sharepoint-server, you can restrict what files can be opened via OWA and how they are opened then.
It has cost some time but I can report that almost all items are now available in Dutch and English. It was more work then I had expected I had to translate 184 items + all the tutorials. Last days I did not blog very often because of this so now I will pick it up again. Besides that I added some new features to my site, it’s now possible to add a blog item to your favorites of Technorati, Live and some other sites.
Today I became a member of Technorati to become a part of their list. That’s why I posted this message on my site, they use it to confirm that I am the owner of it. Google uses the same method for their Webmaster tools. You have to put a META tag on your website or upload a HTML file with a name they give. Now it’s just at matter of time to be added to their site if all things are OK 😉