EHLO, our Exchange Halo team!!! always listening for feedback on what we’re doing well and delivers the tool best for us. As more and more of us evaluate and deploy the email archiving, retention and discovery capabilities of Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange Online, we understand that Personal Folders (.pst files) remain a challenge for us. The ability to search our network to discover and then import .pst files across your environment is critical, and that you need an admin-driven and straightforward tool for doing these things….here comes the EHLO.. In July 2011, Exchange team announce that later this year they will be adding a new tool to our already rich portfolio of planning and deployment tools. This new tool, PST Capture, will be downloadable and free, and will enable you to discover .pst files on your network and then import them into both Exchange Online (in Office 365) and Exchange Server 2010 on-premises.
And now the EHLO action…..!!!!
PST Capture tool helps us search your network to discover and then import .pst files across your environment – all from a straightforward admin-driven tool. PST Capture will help reduce risk while increasing productivity for your users by importing .pst files into Exchange Online or Exchange Server 2010 – directly into users’ primary mailboxes or archives.
PST Capture documentation, Click here
To download PST Capture (Microsoft Exchange PST Capture is used to discover and import .pst files into Exchange Server or Exchange Online), click here
System requirements – Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise
- Review the Technical Documentation prior to installation of Microsoft Exchange PST Capture
- Exchange Server 2010, if used to import to Exchange Server 2010 mailboxes or archives
- Exchange Online (Office 365) subscription if used to import to Exchange Online (Office 365) mailboxes or archives
- Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or 3.5 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
- Microsoft Outlook 2010 x64 (only required on the host computer where you install the Central Service and Console)
Thank you Microsoft Exchange Team!!!!
Update Rollup 6 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 (SP3) resolves issues that were found in Exchange Server 2007 SP3 since the software was released. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2007 SP3 customers. For a list of changes that are included in this update rollup, see KB2608656.
This update rollup does not apply to Exchange Server 2007 Release To Manufacturing (RTM), Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
To Download, Click here
Research in Motion (RIM) launched BlackBerry® Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365, a new service for organizations to extend Microsoft Exchange Online to BlackBerry® smartphones. The service ensures people have industry-leading business collaboration tools while on the go. Read more, Click here
An important development from Microsoft Office Division – the beginning of the “Office 15” Technical Preview Program. Office 15 is the codename for the next generation of the Microsoft Office products and services…read more from PJ Hough, CVP of Development, Microsoft Office Division, click here
Office 365 is a software and services offering from Microsoft that includes Microsoft Office and cloud-based access to Exchange, SharePoint and the software formerly known as Communications Server — Lync. By Josette Rigsby on CMS Wire has more on this…read here. Also for other O365 plan, click here
Now i’m able to veiw our entire office power consumption and my data centre power consumption. The beauty is that..this gives me zone wise details 24/7…. What a beauty!!!
Implementation cost : Less
Above shows the cost in AED/Dirhams and the consumption of 3Phase line in details…what an ease of monitoring.
This is the controller that does the magic.
More Info…click here
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 120,000 times in 2011. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 5 days for that many people to see it.