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About: Dave Stork

Recent Posts by Dave Stork:

Getting Azure DevOps tasks in To-Do with Flow

Written on May 14, 2019 at 9:01 PM, by

Recently I’ve been working more with Azure DevOps within our team; we do our capacity planning and tasks (Work Items) in sprints. However, I also use mail as a sort of To-Do list. Since a few weeks, you can have Flagged Mails from your Exchange account added as an To-Do task. It even copies most […]

Installing Exchange 2019 on Windows 2019 Core

Written on February 21, 2019 at 8:00 PM, by

Under the Practical PowerShell flag, we’ve recently posted an instructional YouTube video showing the installation of Exchange Server 2019 on Windows Server 2019 Core. It’s light on PowerShell, but as it is Windows Server Core there is a lot of text screens 😉. The 12 minute video can be seen here, but be sure to […]

I will be speaking at IT/Dev Connections 2018!

Written on October 8, 2018 at 4:22 AM, by

Next week I will be speaking at the IT/Dev Connection conference in Dallas (TX) during 16-18th October 2018, which is particularly exciting for me as it is the first time I will present in the USA! The session title is “Securing, Protecting, and Managing the Flow of Corporate Communications”. The session abstract tells you a […]

Exchange Server 2019 Preview is available!

Written on July 24, 2018 at 6:00 PM, by

Today the Microsoft Exchange Product Group announced the release of the Exchange Server 2019 public preview! They also lifted the veil on some of the new features/capabilities etc. of this new major build of Exchange Server. Where can I download the Preview bits? Click here to download Exchange Server 2019 Preview. Warning: These are Preview […]

I will be speaking at ExpertsLive NL 2018!

Written on March 30, 2018 at 9:47 PM, by

And some other news dropped in my mailbox this week: I will be speaking together with Jetze Mellema at ExpertsLive NL 2018 on 19th June! During that session we will talk about Exchange migrations; “Destination unknown, migrating mailboxes from somewhere to anywhere“. What will we be speaking about exactly? “Migrating mailboxes. Something every Exchange admin […]