June 2009

Windows 7 and Direct Access: The Anywhere Experience

Over the past few weeks, Windows 7 Release Candidate has been widely downloaded, used, praised (including by some very vocal critics), and loved. It’s easy to fall in love with the Windows 7 user experience, and I don’t just mean the lovely wallpapers and themes that are in stark contrast to the kind of visual […]

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User Self-Service: Message Tracking from OWA

One of the things on top of my Exchange wish lists, and I’m sure on the Exchange wish lists of many Exchange folks, is allowing users to help themselves with common tasks such as managing Distribution Groups, and tracking the status of their own messages as I suggested in Message Tracking as part of OWA/Outlook […]

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Macs discover AutoDiscover: Exchange Server Support in Snow Leopard

Apple’s iPhone and new Mac hardware announcements are certainly going to get a lot more airplay today, but there’s something Exchange users (who use Macs) will welcome. Snow Leopard, Apple’s forthcoming Mac OS upgrade adds Exchange Server support to the Mac. From Phil Schiller’s keynote at Apple’s WWDC 2009, the following screenshot (courtesy Engadget) shows […]

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