All of you would have seen that I was away for quite a long time from my blog, site (muc-ug.org.in) and TechNet forums. I was busy in relocating from Bangalore, India to Pune, India and was preparing for the visa and out of country travel early in the first quarter of 2010 and moved to USA in second quarter.
Yes, I have relocated to USA now for couple of years at least (hopefully!). I am living at Oak Creek, WI which is a small town of around 35k population near to Milwaukee, WI. I was quite lucky that I landed in US during summer time so things were not too difficult to get settled.
So after a long hiatus I’m back and see you guys online in the Exchange community world…
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WebDAV protocol is no more in Exchange 2010. PFDAVAdmin, a great tool to troubleshoot Public Folder and Mailbox related issues, works on top of WebDAV thus it gets retired and now new tool called “ExFolders” born here.
ExFolders is a replica of PFDavAdmin but some of the features are discontinued and some are introduced too. Continue reading at MSExchangeTeam blog on what Bill Long says: Exchange, meet ExFolders
This tool can be downloaded from here.
As you know that I post tips and tricks related to Exchange server on this blog, now I also started contributing full content articles at MessagingTalk.org. Mr. Shaji Firoz, Exchange Server MVP and owner of MessagingTalk.org, invited me to contribute technical articles for Exchange 2003, 2007 and 2010 on his site and I am glad using this competent opportunity I stepped ahead writing detailed technical articles in coexistence with posting troubleshooting tips, solution of known issue or reviews here…
I have already delivered below articles on MessagingTalk.org which I am sure you would love to have a review. So stay tuned for many new articles on Exchange 2007 and 2010 there…
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