Wednesday, March 31, 2004

For those that need help tracking down/troublshooting an event ID with Exchange or
any other product for that matter, check out www.eventid.net. I especially like the comments
section where other users post information that they have found useful for that specific
event ID.
  • EventID.net
  • Wednesday, March 24, 2004

    MS posted a new white paper on performance aspects of outlook and exchange with regards
    to network traffic. It's an exhaustive look (393 pages) at how the different versions of outlook
    perform under various tasks and the impact to network performance. Thanks to Gerod for the
    heads up.

  • Network Performance Whitepaper
  • Friday, March 12, 2004

    MS just announced support for iSCSI and NAS in exchange 2003. Check the list of
    devices to make sure yours is supported before installation.
  • iSCSI support for Exchange
  • Wednesday, March 10, 2004

    MS released an update to a vulnerability released yesterday and changed the
    rating to critical. This affects outlook 2002 aka outlook xp and can allow for remote
    code execution. Patch now if applicable.


  • Updated patch
  • Friday, March 05, 2004

    Here's a good tip on how to get performance figures on outlook 2003/exchange 2003 connectivity. Apparently this was only known internal to MS but this support person will be writing a KB about it.
    Thanks Gerod!
    Gerod Serafin's WebLog

    Monday, March 01, 2004

    This document provides specific detail on creating the necessary TXT record to support the caller-id initiative. With this record in place, external MTA's can lookup your valide outbound mail servers and reject mail not originating from one of them. It's about time we see some effort in preventing domain spoofing.
    Download details: Protecting Domain Names from Spoofing: A Guide for E-Mail Senders