15 juin 2011

Setting SMTP Banner In Exchange 2010…

All Exchange admins are familiar with the SMTP banner. It is the response received by a remote server after it connects to the receive connector of an Exchange 2010 Hub or Edge server. If the SMTP banner is not set on a receive connector, the default response will have the fqdn of the server, along with the information that the server in use is a Microsoft one. Below is the default response from my telnet client. As the internal information becomes visible to outside servers, exchange admins tend to change it. I have seen... [Lire la suite]
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16 octobre 2010

Publishing POP, IMAP & SMTP Settings In Exchange 2010 SP1 OWA…

Exchange Team has provided an option to configure POP, IMAP and SMTP settings and publish it in 2010 SP1 OWA, as an information for users. Helpdesk can always direct users to look at the information in OWA & setup their POP or IMAP client, if your organization is still using it. By default (new in SP1), you have a new link called “Settings for POP,IMAP & SMTP Access” in the “Options” page (ECP to be precise). If you click the link, there won’t be any information published by default. Let’s say that your... [Lire la suite]
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02 février 2009

Hyper-V R2: Changes to the Virtual Machine Settings UI

One piece of feedback we received for Hyper-V is that people wanted an easier way to look at the settings for a number of virtual machines, without needing to keep on closing and reopening the virtual machine settings UI.  To help with this we have added a new toolbar to the virtual machine settings UI: You can use this to move from the settings of one virtual machine to another by either selecting the new virtual machine from the drop-down, or by using the forward and back arrows to move through virtual machines. ... [Lire la suite]
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