Attending Tech-Ed 2010 in Berlin!

Tech-Ed 2010 is just a week and a half away. Everything is booked and payed for thanks to my employer OGD, sessions are scheduled, I received my ticket per email today, checked and rechecked my passport. etc. etc. Also I’ve already planned my sessions, mostly Exchange and some Lync sessions. Depending internet access and batterylife, I will try to twitter (@dmstork) and blog a great deal during the days. So, twitter back, post some comments or look me up IRL

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Centrally administered Calendar sharing in Exchange 2010

Sometimes it is needed to fully provision a mailbox with all the correct settings and permissions the user needs. For instance, it can be necessary to share your calendar with everyone in your department and vice versa. Normally you would be dependent on everyone to share their calendar. Quite troublesome This issue can be easily addressed by using the *-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlets within Exchange 2010. Using Get-MailboxFolderPermission you can view the various permissions already set on folders within a mailbox. For

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Outlook 2010 Standard does not support Personal Archive

This week a colleague of mine asked me whether Office 2010 Standard supports the Personal Archiving functionality of Exchange 2010. I assumed it did, but he provided me with some Microsoft information that stated otherwise. At minimum the Professional Edition is needed. I couldn’t find any other piece of collaborating evidence or just confusing information (looks like Marketing is confused between Personal Archive and Managed Folders), so I put it to the test. Downloaded Office 2010 Standard, installed Outlook 2010

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