Thursday, June 23, 2005

Here's a worthwhile blog post.... sometime in November, Microsoft is going to mark
any message coming in to hotmail as spam if it doesn't have a Sender-ID record. This
will definitely get people motivated to get their record setup and will most likely spur
other big ISP's to do the same.
http://news.com.com/Microsoft+pushes+spam-filtering+technology/2100-7355_3-5758365.html?tag=nefd.top?headline=Microsoft~pushes~spam-filtering~technology

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Tech-Ed 2005 (Day 3):

Some additional announcements include Sender ID support in Exchange 2003 sp2
and raising the limit for the standard version of Exchange server to 75gb. The second
accouncement was a huge win for small businesses as old limit (16gb) did reflect current
usage for a business of <50 users.

Attended a few sessions so far.... Paul Bowden gave a great talk on performance monitoring
in Exchange 2003. If you ever get a change to see him talk, run dont walk to the class.

I'll post more later.

Monday, June 06, 2005

Tech-Ed 2005: Day one

Announced Exchange 2003 sp2 with new mobile features for windows mobile 5.0
device:

Remote wipe
Policy Based control
True "push" email to devices with no reliance on SMS.

Good stuff... more to come later.

Sunday, June 05, 2005

I will be in Orlando the whole week for Tech-ed 2005. I'm working in the exchange
cabana so if your in town stop by. I will be blogging the big announcmens made by MS
and anything else worth posting so stay tuned.