So i have a private photoalbum of about 15000 pictures and well the titel of this post says it all… thats a cool feauture that i sure will use for the program that i currently uses the most when viewing photos.
However we will have to wait for it till Windows Live Wave 3.
This tool which seems to be in beta for now lets you test your exchange services externally
These tests are available as of today:
Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Autodiscover Connectivity Test
This test will walk through the steps Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 uses to connect to Autodiscover
Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 RPC/HTTP Connectivity Test
This test will walk through the steps Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 uses to connect via RPC/HTTP
Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Autodiscover Test
This test will walk through the steps a Windows Mobile 6.1 device (or another AirSync licensed device) uses to connect to the Autodiscover Service
Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Test
This test will simulate the steps a mobile device uses to connect to an Exchange Server using Exchange ActiveSync.
Inbound SMTP Email Test
This test will walk through the steps an Internet e-mail server uses to send inbound SMTP email to your domain
You can find the test site
here and the domain is owned by Microsoft but as always when sending passwords to unknown sites use a dummy account
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This one is kind of funny so watch it
“Dan” is an IT Tech who has been trying to convince his company to consider Microsoft’s VoIP solution rather than rip and replace. To get his point across, he decides to create a barrier with orange VoIP tape and stage a sit-in on top of the PBXs to protest the upcoming demolition. He plans to convince everyone to join his cause to stop and consider the benefits of Microsoft’s VoIP solutions.
PBX Sitter: The Legend of Dan Wilson
Find the updated version of the document
Since Hyper-V RTM´d last week I thought that maybe that has something to do with the update, but
Virtualization is still NOT supported for any server role in a production environment.
I we tried it in production, it works fine but I we seen some stuff regarding lag that i didn’t notice on a similar box so I DONT recommend it in production