Let’s cleanup the mess caused by iOS

21-2-2013: script has been updated due to a missing } which will cause the script to fail

Exchange 2010 SP3 available soon

It looks like we can expect Exchange 2010 SP3 very soon. There are a lot of rumors on going on Twitter and Facebook the Microsoft Downloads already contains the Exchange 2010 SP3 UM Language Pack.

Let the rollups role

Today it is Microsoft Rollup day. Both for Exchange 2010 SP2 and Exchange 2007 SP3 new rollups have been released. The rollup for Exchange 2010 SP2 contains a lot of fixes. For Exchange 2007 SP3 it is the 10nd rollup which has been released although the fixes contained in the rollup are not as large as for Exchange 2010. The rollup for Exchange 2007 contains a security fix and one issue for a problem with OWA.

The Exchange 2013 alphabet: Client Access Server

This is the 3rd blog in the Exchange 2013 ABC serie. In this blog we will look at the Client Access Server component. Let’s first have a look at a little history of client access in the previous versions.

Configure Exchange 2013 UM to integrate with Lync

In this video I will show which steps are necessary to configure Exchange 2013 UM so it can be integrated with Lync Server.

Review: Stellar Phoenix EDB to PST converter

In this blog we will have a look at the EDB to PST converter from Stellar Phoenix. As the name already tells you the tool can be used to export EDB content to PST format.

The Exchange 2013 alphabet: Backup

The Exchange alphabet: Backup

The Exchange 2013 alphabet: ActiveSync

We will start this Exchange alphabet blog series with ActiveSync.

Setting up a Geo DNS environment in your test lab – part II

In the first part of this blog we did configure the Geo DNS server and the Database Availability Group. We now will continue with configuring the CAS role and after that perform some testing.

Setting up a Geo DNS environment in your test lab – part I

In one of my previous blogs about Exchange 2013 we talked about how we can install Exchange 2013 using the cmdline.