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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 RTM Build – Versioning

The RTM version of Exchange 2007 SP1 is build 08.01.0240.006, which is also represented as Version 8.1 (Build 240.6). This version information is consistently displayed in the Exchange Management Console, the Exchange Management Shell, and in the About Exchange Server 2007 Help dialog box. However, after applying SP1 to an Edge Transport server running the RTM version of Exchange 2007, the version information for the Edge Transport server will not be updated in the Exchange Management Console unless the Edge Transport server is re-subscribed to the Active Directory site. This is because the Edge Transport server does not directly update Active Directory with any configuration information. Instead, the version information for Edge Transport servers is recorded in Active Directory during the creation of an Edge Subscription. You can also determine the installed version of Exchange 2007 by examining the value for each installed role in the Registry at:


ConfiguredVersion is a string value in the format of X.X.XXX.X (e.g., 8 is the major version number. The .1 portion indicates it is SP1 (RTM would have .0). 240 is the build number, and the .0 after 240 would be .6, the minor build number. The value of the ExchangeVersion property remains unchanged in Exchange 2007 SP1; the output of the Get-ExchangeServer cmdlet for the ExchangeVersion parameter is 0.1 (8.0.535.0).  More info Click here

January 26, 2010 Posted by | Microsoft, Software | | Leave a comment

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 – cool

User credentials and Company preference saved in the new GP2010, the user can launch Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and get to their role-based home page with ONE CLICK and no user interaction…still no sign on AD integration.

January 26, 2010 Posted by | Microsoft, Software | | Leave a comment

Office 2010 will be out in couple of month

Microsoft has yet to release the actual launch date for Office 2010, but according to the company’s Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer the next version of Office is closer than everybody thought….You’ll see the new version of Office, which comes out here in just a couple of months. It not only works on your PC but it will work through any Web browser and down onto the phone in new and rich ways…i’m already running the beta version and its so perfect to work with…and it has a tight integration with Exchange server 2010

January 26, 2010 Posted by | Microsoft, Software | | Leave a comment

Planet MARS — Brighest on Jan 27, 2010

Red planet Mars from close quarters as it comes closest to Earth and shines brightest Jan 27. It will not be so close or so bright over the next two years… the planet will appear the biggest it will in the next two years.  Mars can be seen all through the night and will be easy to locate.  More info Click here

January 26, 2010 Posted by | Planet | Leave a comment

Pulse living…an efficient energy solution company

PulseAGAIN CAME TO THE LIMELIGHT…..Technology creates buildings that are safe, intelligent, comfortable, and efficient: Living Buildings…Products designed and manufactured in the UAE by Pulse, an efficient energy solution company, which is attracting much national and international attention at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi..more information about this here

“When we set up the company in Dubai in 2005, we wanted to focus on smart house solutions, but then we realised that we don’t just need to create more comfortable homes, but more energy efficient ones too,” Jimmy Grewal, co-founder and CEO of Pulse told Khaleej Times….more news Click here

Prices for a basic home kit is $500, which includes the smart thermostat metre, a water heater controller and a digital monitor display, all designed and produced by Pulse. “Coming up with a wireless metre was quite a challenge,” admitted Grewal. Indeed, this is not your ordinary metre controller, as it can be accessed not just by touch-screen or from remote control, but through the internet as well….THE DEFENITION OF SMART HOME IS RIGHT HERE WITH PULSE….WHAOOO

January 26, 2010 Posted by | Future Energy, Home Automation, Pulse living, UAE | , , , , | 1 Comment

Masdar City – First carbon-neutral zero waste city in Abudhabi

Masdar City is the world’s first carbon-neutral zero waste city and is head- quarters of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)… Abu Dhabi, 10 years from now, if all goes according to plan, a city of 6 square kilometers housing 50,000 people will rise in the United Arab Emirates and it will be carbon neutral.  The project, called Masdar City, will burn no gas or oil, so its contribution to greenhouse gases will be minimal. Masdar is the centerpiece of emirate Abu Dhabi’s plans to get into the renewable energy market, a hedge against the day its oil wells run dry.

Proto Type car for the cars would run under the city like a subway system. But McGuigan says the cars wouldn’t run on fixed routes. Basically, they’dl take you anywhere you wanted to go.

 …..80 percent of water will be recycled….the first city where waste is converted to energy and reduced to zero….The plan is to build Masdar City in record time. The first buildings are scheduled to be up by the end of next summer….Will wait for that day

January 26, 2010 Posted by | Future Energy, UAE | , , | Leave a comment

World Future Energy Summit finished in Abu Dhabi

Green economic climate looks good….Though the Summit itself lasted four days  (January 18th – 21st) the entire week surrounding it was dubbed Future Energy Week and concluded with a meeting of the United Nations’ Advisory Group on Energy and Climate Change, an initiative of UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon. The World Future Energy Summit has, this year, attracted more political engagement than ever before with more than 100 government delegations attending.  The strong numbers are clear testament to the continued momentum that is building around renewable energy.

The WFES concluded on a high spirit of brightening up the hopes of a better outcome at the ensuing global climate change talks in Mexico, in contrast with results of the Copenhagen Summit. – Courtsey Khaleej Times

January 26, 2010 Posted by | Future Energy, UAE | , , | Leave a comment


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