Exchange - Official Microsoft site. Microsoft
Exchange Server 2010 is the cornerstone of Microsoft's unified
communications solutions, delivering new levels of reliability and
performance, with features that simplify administration, lower IT
overhead, help protect communications, and meet users' demands for
richer experiences and greater business mobility.
Exchange Server (Wikipedia) - A messaging and
collaborative software product developed by Microsoft. It
is part of the Microsoft Servers line of server products. Exchange's major features consist of electronic mail,
calendaring, contacts and tasks; support for mobile and web-based
access to information; and support for data storage.
Exhange Team Blog - Official blog of the Microsoft Exchange
Team - a group that plans, discusses, designs, changes,
programs, tests, deploys, documents, supports and fixes the Microsoft Exchange Server product.
MSExchange.org - Full
of technical information on Microsoft Exchange. It also
features forums and video tutorials.
Enable or Disable Add-ins in Office Programs - An add-in is
installed functionality that adds custom commands and new features
to Microsoft Office system programs. Add-ins can be for
various types of new or updated features that increase your
productivity. This article describes how to view and manage the
add-ins for your Office programs.
Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
2007 File Formats - Open, edit, and save documents, workbooks,
and presentations in the file formats new to Microsoft Office
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007. This is
what recipients of documents you create in Office 2007 formats will need to download and install in order to read your
documents (unless you choose to save them in earlier format). By
installing the Compatibility Pack in addition to Microsoft Office 2000, Office XP, or Office
2003, users will be able to open, edit, and save files using
the file formats new to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007. They will not, however, be able to write
to these documents.
MS Office Access: Store Images in a Database - You can display
images, such as pictures, logos, and photographs, on your forms and
reports. To do so, you first need to store those images. Access provides several ways to store images, and this
article explains how to use each method.
Remove Hidden Data and Personal Information from Office
Documents - If you plan to share an electronic copy of a
Microsoft Office document, it is a good idea to take the extra step
of reviewing the document for hidden data or personal information
that might be stored in the document itself or in the document
properties (metadata (metadata: Data that describes other data. For
example, the words in a document are data; the word count is an
example of metadata.)). Because this hidden information can reveal
details about your organization or about the document itself that
you might not want to share publicly, you might want to remove this
hidden information before you share the document with other people.
This article explains how the Document Inspector feature
in Microsoft Office Word 2007, Microsoft Office Excel
2007, and Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 can help
you find and remove hidden data and personal information in your Office documents.
Programs - NYU Professor of Finance Aswath
Damodaran provides a number of models for corporate finance,
valuation, and option pricing, along with data sets, research
papers, seminars, and webcasts. See Matt Evans, CPA,
CMA, CFM for more free Excel financial analysis
2007 Uses the Forms Cache and How to Troubleshoot Forms Cache
Problems - This article describes the way that Microsoft
Office Outlook 2007 locates forms, where the forms cache is
located, how to change the size of the forms cache, and how to use
the ForceFormReload registry key. This article also
describes some problems that may occur with the Outlook forms cache. Finally, this article describes ways to troubleshoot
(Wikipedia) - A personal information manager
from Microsoft; part of the Microsoft Office suite. Although often used mainly as an e-mail application, it also
includes a Calendar, Task Manager, Contact
Manager, note taking, a journal and web browsing. It can be
used as a stand-alone application, but can also operate in
conjunction with Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server to provide enhanced
functions for multiple users in an organization, such as shared
mailboxes and calendars, Exchange public folders, Sharepoint lists and meeting time allocation.
Developer Portal - Microsoft Office Outlook developers' home on MSDN. In this section, find developer
resources that you can use for planning, coding, building,
deploying, and migrating Outlook-based solutions.
WMDecode - Do recipients
of your emails complain about a mysterious attachment called winmail.dat, which they cannot open? Do files you attach
disappear in that winmail.dat moloch? Does winmail.dat show up for some but not all recipients of
your messages? When someone receives a message from a user with Microsoft Outlook who has sent the message in Microsoft Outlook RTF format, they will receive the normal
message text along with an attached file named
'winmail.dat'. The winmail.dat file contains a
formatted version of the message (which this program ignores) and
any attached files. WMDecode is the program needed to
unravel this. WMDecode will scan the selected winmail.dat file for attachments and save them
individually. WMDecode is easy to use. To install, copy
the file WMDecode.exe to your desktop. To use, just
drag/drop a winmail.dat file onto it to retrieve the
attached files. If you want to stop sending out winmail.dat attachments to recipients (i.e., anyone who is
not using Microsoft Outlook) then 1) Search for the
desired contact in your Outlook Contacts. 2) Double-click
the contact's email address or alternatively, click on the desired
email address with the right mouse button and select Outlook
Properties from the menu. 3) Make sure either "Let
Outlook decide the best sending format" or "Send Plain Text only"
is selected under Internet format:. 4) Click OK. For further
info, see Winmail.dat
Decoding Tool Review.
Microsoft Small Business Server
Business Server Blog - The official blog for Small Business
Server (SBS) support and product group communications.
Covering a wide variety of SBS topics - Exchange, ISA,
TMG, SharePoint, WSUS, etc.
Business Server (Wikipedia) - An integrated server
suite from Microsoft designed for running network
infrastructure (both intranet management and Internet access) of
small and medium enterprises having no more than 75 workstations or
users. Application server technologies are tightly integrated to
enable small businesses with targeted solutions such as the Remote Web Workplace, and offer management benefits such
as integrated setup, enhanced monitoring, a unified management
console, and remote access.
Ipconfig - Displays all current TCP/IP network configuration
values and refreshes Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and
Domain Name System (DNS) settings. Used without parameters,
ipconfig displays the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway
for all adapters.
Take Ownership - Taking ownership of system files or folders in
Windows is not a simple task. Whether you use the GUI or
the command line, it takes far too many steps. This method works in
Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10, and it maybe works in XP, though
you won't need it there. Thankfully this registry hack will give
you a menu item for "Take Ownership" that will handle all the steps
Associate Your PC with Your Free Windows 10 License - If you
follow these instructions, your genuine Windows 7- or 8.1-based PC will always be associated with Windows 10, and
you will be able to clean install the OS at will going
forward, and without ever having to manually activate. It will just
Windows 10 Shares Your Wi-Fi With Contacts - For networks you
choose to share access to, the password is sent over an encrypted
connection and stored in an encrypted file on a Microsoft server,
and then sent over a secure connection to your contacts' phone if
they use Wi-Fi Sense and they're in range of the Wi-Fi network you
Windows Update Troubleshooter - If you’re having problems with Windows Update, make sure you're connected to the Internet, and then download and run the Windows Update Troubleshooter for your version of Windows.
Autoruns for Windows - This utility, which has the most
comprehensive knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup
monitor, shows you what programs are configured to run during
system bootup or login, and when you start various built-in Windows
applications like Internet Explorer, Explorer and
media players. These programs and drivers include ones in your
startup folder, Run, RunOnce, and other Registry keys. Autoruns reports Explorer shell extensions, toolbars, browser helper objects, Winlogon notifications, auto-start services, and much
more. Autoruns goes way beyond other autostart
batcmd - This site is all
about the automation of Windows configuration using the
command-line batch files.
BlueScreenView - A useful, free, portable application that allows you to view
minidump files that are created when Windows stops and
displays a "blue screen of death". The program will show each
minidump individually, with information such as the minidump's
filename, the date/time of that crash and the minidump's creation.
It will also show the basic crash information such as a Bug
Check Code and 4 parameters. The details of the driver or
module that possibly caused the crash is reported; this includes
the filename, product name, file description, and file version of
Classic Shell - Free
software that improves your productivity, enhances the usability of
Windows and empowers you to use the computer the way you like
CodePlex - Hosts Microsoft's open source projects.
(Wikipedia) - A series of software operating systems and
graphical user interfaces produced by Microsoft. The most recent
client version of Windows is Windows Vista; the
most recent server version is Windows Server 2008. Microsoft has stopped releasing updates and hotfixes for
many old Windows operating systems, including all versions
of Windows 9x and earlier versions of Windows NT. Windows versions prior to XP are no longer
supported, with the exception of Windows 2000, which is
currently in the Extended Support Period, that will end on
July 13, 2010. Windows XP versions prior to SP2 are no longer supported either. Also see:
MSExchange - Full of
technical information on Microsoft Exchange. It also
features forums and video tutorials.
MVP - This is your jumping
off point to a number of interesting offerings being provided for
you by a few folks associated with the Microsoft Most Valuable
Professional (MVP) program. Also see web directory of MVPs
Protection Windows 7 Service - Enables the download,
installation and enforcement of digital licenses for Windows and
Windows applications. If the service is disabled, the operating
system and licensed applications may run in a notification mode. It
is strongly recommended that you not disable the Software
Supersite Windows - Focuses on enterprise technologies that augment and integrate the Microsoft enterprise ecosystem with the emergent world of cloud-based and mobile-based business applications that are of interest to business technology decision makers. Delivers the news, reviews, commentary and analysis.
Server - Windows Server is the platform for building
an infrastructure of connected applications, networks, and Web
services, from the workgroup to the data center.
Sysinternals - The Sysinternals web site was created
in 1996 by Mark Russinovich to host his advanced system
utilities and technical information. Whether you're an IT Pro or a
developer, you'll find Sysinternals utilities to help you
manage, troubleshoot and diagnose your Windows systems and
KWSnet is an
Internet subject directory providing special attention to U.S.
national and international news, the arts, computing, culture,
environment, law, literature, media, politics, science and
technology. Based in San Francisco, California, KWSnet contains
over 150,000 annotated links to resources worldwide. Use Search KWSnet, located at the top of each page, to search within this site. Use Ctrl-F (Windows) or ⌘-F (Mac) to search within individual pages.