Archives July 29, 2006

The PowerShell / Monad divide

I thought it might be helpful to add a few comments about what “PowerShell” and “Monad” mean. The technologies are basically the same thing. In time Exchange 2007 will transition from Monad to PowerShell. Exchange 2007 Beta 2 uses a build of Monad equivalent to Release Candidate 0. In some, as yet undefined,?later build of […]

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Finding relevant PowerShell commands

When you first start with the Exchange?Management Shell the number of cmdlets available can seem overwhelming. If, for example, you look for all Exchange cmdlets using get-excommand you will see information on 368 cmdlets. You can confirm that using the command: (get-excommand).count To add some focus to your search for relevant Exchange commands use wildcards […]

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Exchange 2007 info

For those of you who haven’t found this site yet, here is the Microsoft area for Exchange 2007. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/2007/default.mspx Interestingly, it appeared earlier today that Beta 2 was available for download, although it now seems to have disappeared. Still looks like it could be with us very soon 🙂 Another thing which is available is […]

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Site Speed

It has been mentioned in the forums that the site speed is sometimes rather slow. Firstly for me it appears that the load time is slow however, after that things speed up. I believe this is similar to other community server based sites so there may be little that can be done. On the general […]

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